👩🍳NASCHMARKT— The Naschmarkt is Vienna’s most popular market. Located at the Wienzeile over the Wien River it is about 1,5 kilometres long. On Saturday, the permanent stalls are complemented by farm stands. The Naschmarkt is located between the left and right Vienna row between cereals market and chain bridge on the superstructures Vienna River. The market is about 2.3 hectares and comprises approximately 170 stalls and shops, as well as some local. On Saturday, the permanent stalls are complemented by farm stands.
As I begin to live the lifestyle of being minimalist in which I part with unnecessary things in order to be more free and to be able to concentrate on the really important things in my life.
Today I started to declutter the whole day until at night with the help of my niece and daughter. Getting rid of all the stuff that I collected for so many years and it is only stock in my cupboard. From the kitchen, bedroom until in the cellar. I want to get rid of the stuff that I don’t need. And sell them at the flea market. Beginning to live a minimalist lifestyle for retirement. We did a good job. Almost everything was sold within three hours. We went home happily for that.
👩🍳”Buy Less, Choose Well”! HI EVERYONE! Looking for beautiful rarities or a new favorite piece with the character? Then going to the flea market might be a good idea. Not only for the sake of sustainability, but the atmosphere also makes the treasure hunt something special. Thank you for dropping by.
What young longer need for yourself can be extremely interesting for others. What is still useable is not suitable for the garbage, but for reuse. From an environmental point of view, used goods are prime example of waste avoidance and resource conservation.
Shopping from local suppliers, giving clothing a second life or buying second-hand is intrinsically sustainable way of upgrading our wardrobes.
Hubby and I, we visited the Sunday flea market at Schwechat. One of the biggest flea market outside Vienna which we love to visit during Sundays on summertime. That have lots of private sellers from families emptying their basements or attics! Easy to reach, if you will go with car relatively easy parking and mostly something for everyone. Here is their facebook page for more INFO check it out: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Flohmarkt-Schwechat/142115002525453
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Got up around 6 in the morning we walked from home at 5th District of Vienna to Schwechat took us 2 hours and 19 minutes it was 11,1 km. Good job for me to fight diabetes. Looking forward to do something like this as often as I can, it was fun and a very healthy idea to boost my eagerness to maintain my sugar level into healthy side.
And we end up to brunching at this corner in Brauhaus Schwechat. Grilled haft chicken landed on the table which is usually served with potatoe or cabbage salad with semmel, an austrian roll. Not in picture and video. Happy Sunday everyone!