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  • Jan
  • 12

Compassionate Home-Decorating Choices at Bed Bath & Beyond

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Originally posted by PETA Living   Choosing compassion is the first step toward making your home more beautiful. Here are just 5 ideas from Bed Bath & Beyond to get you started! 1. Baxton Studio Connoisseur Loveseat The leather industry is known for its atrocious treatment of animals and its environmental destruction. Knowing this, you’ll never feel […]

  • Jan
  • 6

Deal Kindly With Uninvited Houseguests

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Early one morning, I was awakened by a sound that no homeowner wants to hear: chewing. Something, or rather someone, was in the attic, noisily munching away. Although it can be unsettling to realize that you’re sharing your home with a family of squirrels or mice, we can’t really blame these animals for seeking shelter […]

  • Dec
  • 20

13 Outrageously Delicious Three-Ingredient Vegan Cookie Recipes

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The holiday season is in full swing, and that means copious amounts of cookies. We created this list of super-easy vegan cookie recipes that use only three mainingredients so that you can try a new one for each gathering! There’s no stress and no need for cruelly obtained ingredients from animals—just pure cookie goodness. (Many […]

  • Dec
  • 15

Don’t Forget Your Hidden Firewood Friends

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The other night, we had a roaring fire going. The house was warm, our dogs and house rabbit were hanging out in front of the fireplace, and I decided to throw on another couple of logs. I picked one up that had a hole in the end. Always worried about harming animals unintentionally, we grabbed a flashlight, looked into the hole, and saw two little eyes staring back at us. A lizard had been sleeping deep in the hole, and we missed him when we gathered our wood. We put the log back into the woodpile outside so the little guy could continue his nap. Luckily, we had found him, but we were still very shook up-if we hadn’t checked the log, it would have been a very painful death for him.

  • Dec
  • 15

Selecting Candles Without Tallow, Paraffin, or Beeswax

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Like many people, you may be asking: What makes a candle vegan and cruelty-free? What harmful products are often used in candles? I addressed these very questions in a chapter in one of my books, Making Kind Choices: Shopping for candles, whether to light the table for that special romantic evening, votive candles to float […]

  • Dec
  • 9

Why I’ll Have a Wool-Free Winter

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‘Tis the season for cozy fires, warm cocoa and playing in the snow. One thing that’s never in season, though, is wool. I used to love wool—I mean, really love it. As soon as the temperature dipped, out came my wool skirts and scarves, mittens and sweaters. It made my eyes water and my skin […]

  • Dec
  • 2

Tips on Preventing Harm to Wildlife This Winter

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There are many ways in which you can be a lifesaver, especially as winter approaches. Please share these valuable tips with neighbors and friends so that the birds, mice, opossums, squirrels, raccoons, and other animals whose habitats intersect with ours can be protected from harm: Cap your chimney. When birds sit on top of a chimney for […]

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