All, for your mind, body and soul.
A conscious and holistic perspective on mind & soul, food, lifestyle and work-life balance.
Priscilla Macintosh
slow living lifestyle platform

Guiding you on your slow living journey.

I am a lover of all things slow living, arts, dancing, food and nature. I am a certified Mindfulness trainer & Vitality coach, a Creative Producer in the arts and I am based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Adjuma Tribe is the place for your heartful, slow living journey. To inspire, motivate and guide you on yours. Because it’s a struggle. Keeping on top of things while also making conscious and sustainable choices. Adjuma Tribe got your back. No pedantic fingers here. Slow living can’t be done fast. It’s a journey.

Adjuma is a pepper, one of the hottest in the world. Originally from South America, the continent of the land where my parents were born: Surinam.

In some aspects, my life is as spicy as the Adjuma. There is this Dutch saying “peper in de kont hebben’ which means that you are always on the go, always working, always
busy (meanwhile not making the best health, mental and sustainable choices). Well, I was an “Adjuma pepper”. And in some ways I still am, but years ago I decided to take control of the fire and add a little sugar to the heat: I went on a slow living journey. It wasn’t really intentional, I naturally progressed that way.

But it’s a challenge. Let’s be honest. Slow living with an urban lifestyle is not easy. Add a spicy soul and a sensitive heart to that and it’s even a struggle sometimes. But let’s call it a journey. And Adjuma Tribe is here to help guide you on yours!

Adjuma Tribe, for all the other Adjuma's.

This is for all the other Ajduma’s who like a hot hustle but feel a strong impulse to generally slow down in life. Who can’t go floating on a yoga mat full-time but do reserve time to breathe. Who thrive on the speed of life while equally strive to live a life less stressed.

For the Ajduma’s who want to stop eating meat, go vegan maybe, but still love those summer barbecues. Who wish for more trees to ensure clean air but can’t part from the old diesel camper van. Who love the idea of getting groceries at the local market but going to the supermarket creates me-time.

For the Adjuma’s who acknowledge that people’s lives get destroyed in the process of making lots of the products we own (and not even really need!). Who therefore seek slow fashion, fair and sustainable products and might even consider going all minimalist.

This is for all the Adjuma’s who just want to do good for the people and our planet. Without losing sight of what is fun, beautiful, smart and attainable. It’s a struggle, but worth it. Life is about balance, anyway. Feel good and positive about your conscious choices. Slow living can’t be done fast, but it isn’t dull at all. We are Adjuma’s, hello!