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One of the best ways to explore cruelty-free beauty is through a cruelty-free subscription box. Not only are they a fun surprise in the mail once a month, but they’re an awesome way to discover new products or try things you might be hesitant about. Cruelty-free beauty subscriptions also make great holiday gifts. They’re ethical […]
Being single during the holidays can be a total drag. Canoodling couples, cheesy commercials—it’s enough to make even the strongest among us want to fall into a Netflix-induced coma till spring. But if you’re really interested in meeting men, relationship coach Matthew Hussey doesn’t want you relying on fate, writing Santa, or hibernating on the […]
In his latest book of down-to-earth professional wisdom, author and designer Adam Kurtz deals out some sage, and often funny, life advice for creatives. I gobbled up the pocket-sized book, not only because it gave my creative self-esteem a much-needed boost, but because much of his advice felt applicable to life in general.
We've outlined some great cruelty-free Halloween makeup brands grouped by budget, as well as options for hair color and clean-up come November 1.
There’s nothing better than a little home spa indulgence to help you when you are feeling stressed out. Instead of buying something pre-made, why not try making a few easy, limited-ingredient, and chemical-free products of your own?
There’s plenty of think-pieces for women on either end of the pregnancy spectrum, but surprisingly few for the ambivalent. When I sent out the “bat signal” for interviews, a staggering number of women came forward. It turns out, there are a lot of us who feel pressure from both sides about our indecision.
With summer winding down, we’re not just ushering in autumn, but the back-to-school season as well. For years, I’ve thought of September as a clean slate—even after I was done with school. So whether you or your kids are heading back, or you’re into that clean slate feeling yourself, why not make a new school year resolution to go cruelty-free?
Studies show that couples who work out together have stronger, happier relationships. It makes sense because many sports require communication and team work—whether you’re out mountain biking or spotting each other at the gym. Sharing a passion adds depth to your relationship, and learning a new skill builds confidence. You may even make new friends together.
If you’re new to cruelty-free shopping, you may be a little hesitant to give up your tried-and-true laundry detergents. After all, can something all-natural or nearly 100 percent plant-based really stand up to kids, pets, and red wine stains?