A good friend recently asked me how much clothing - besides the ONE dress of course - is still in my wardrobe. Honestly, I could not answer because I didn’t have an exact overview myself. So, I started counting. This
shouldn’t have taken long except I had lots of questions: what should, or shouldn’t I count? Leggings - OK, yes, they count, but what about tights? It's not that I buy new ones all the time, but
in the last, maybe, six years I have accumulated quite a few pairs - different thicknesses, but all pretty much the same. And what about socks? Do I only count knee socks or also normal black
everyday socks, which I have been wearing for years and years and most already have a worn heel? What about panties? You can definitely argue about that. But I thought I will not do a big
Trraritraraa and count everything individually - everyone can choose for themselves how important having a very precise number is.
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Hi - With what words is an amazing project supposed to start? - actually, I have no Idea but I`ll try my best making it as interesting as possible. For all of you who don`t know me... I`m Zippora (yeah - it really is my name). I live on Planet Earth, like you do - I guess, more precisely in Luzern CH. I love living, people and good food. And i also I love to think about the world and the conditions we live in. We have all the possibilites we could imagine: we can love who we want to love, we can visit every country in the world, we are even able to travel to the moon. Isn`t that just amazing? On the other hand, there are people living in this world who aren`t allowed to decide what to wear or where to work. They are sewing our clothes, building our mobile phones and digging in our mines. Is that fair? Is that really the world I want to live in? Honestly: NO!