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  • How to Choose the Best Plant-Milks

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 18 2019

    How to Choose the Best Plant-Milks
    One of the hardest things for me to give up when first going vegan was milk. Although it seems strange now – and super gross! – I used to drink a glass or two of milk every single day. Of course, that’s not exactly the norm. But milk is still an extremely common ingredient in other daily favorites like coffee, ice cream, and cereals. Luckily, there are several different dairy-free milk alternatives to choose from. Check out this guide for a rundown on the most common milk substitutes, and let us know which ones you prefer!
  • Where to Find Vegan-Friendly Clothes

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on September 02 2019

    Where to Find Vegan-Friendly Clothes
    Living a truly vegan lifestyle means more than just not consuming animal products. It means being conscious of the effects all of our shopping habits have on the environment. As a relatively new vegan, finding clothing brands that align with my renewed values has been tough, but not impossible. If you, too, want to take the guesswork out of shoppingthen consider investing in these four fashionable, vegan clothing brands! 
  • How to Choose the Right Sunscreen

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on May 13 2019

    How to Choose the Right Sunscreen

    As the weather heats up, it’s natural to want to venture outdoors to soak up the sun.  Unfortunately, the same sun that’s responsible for warming our planet and giving us a sun-kissed glow is also responsible for giving off harmful UV rays, known as ultraviolet radiation.

    Prolonged, repeated exposure can cause skin cancer and other immune system disorders, according to Cancer.org, but sunscreen can protect us! Still, it’s not one size fits all. The sunscreen you need will depend on your age, skin tone, and the length of time you plan to be outdoors.

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