Getting stuff done with Yuna
We’ve been taking some time to learn from people who are out there getting stuff done. Meet Yuna, a Southeast Asian-born musician and creator behind Tiny Class.
What first got you interested in sustainability?Just living on my own really opened up my eyes and made me more aware of the decisions I make in my life. I also come from a developing country that is still trying to get better in recycling and reducing the use of plastic, but in different areas sometimes I still see a lot of trash in the ocean, and it makes me sad. I have a best friend who was really into living a sustainable lifestyle, so I learned a lot from her. We play a huge part in taking care of our ecosystem. I try to educate my friends and family about it as well.
What has your journey been like from your first record to now?It’s been a very fulfilling one. I travelled the world, worked with a lot of people, and recorded and released 100 songs. There was never a dull moment. Of course there were some difficult moments in my life and my career, but they made me the person that I am today, and I have to say, I can't even believe that I’m still standing strong!
If you could star in any movie/show, which one would it be?Star Wars!
What’s the best thing you found shopping vintage?Satin bomber jacket