Category: Lifestyle

Vegan Resort Offers Before the Baby & Solo Adventure Packages

Vegan Resort Offers Before the Baby & Solo Adventure Packages

For expecting parents, the next stage of parenting can be both beautiful and overwhelming. For some people looking for a true escape from their surroundings, job or just for a new perspective on their own lives, or humankind generally, the options may be daunting. To serve both groups, Stanford Inn in Mendocino has designed two new packages sure to please […]

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Half of Americans Willing to Make Big Lifestyle Changes to Combat Climate Change

Half of Americans Willing to Make Big Lifestyle Changes to Combat Climate Change

Meat free? Study reveals 1/2 of Americans prepared to make big lifestyle changes to combat climate change. Women more willing than men to fight climate change. 43% said they would cut down on meat to help the environment. Interactive map shows where Americans care most and least about global warming. Climate change, or global warming, is a hot topic. We […]

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Consumer Poll: 82% of Adults Think Cows’ Milk Should List Source on Carton

Consumer Poll: 82% of Adults Think Cows’ Milk Should List Source on Carton

Should all “milk” labels be required to list the source? According to a new nationwide poll released today by Zogby Analytics, 82% of adults believe that if almond milk and soy milk labels are required to disclose the source of the milk, cows’ milk should also be required to list the source. This finding comes at an auspicious time: The […]

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A Vegan Retreat Review by a Meat Eater

A Vegan Retreat Review by a Meat Eater

I needed to kick start 2019 with a fresh approach and energy, so I decided to visit Robins Realm for a secluded vegan retreat in the Welsh valleys. A totally meat free venue, (only vegetarian or vegan diets are allowed in either the main farmhouse, or the idyllic thatched cottage – both set in beautiful countryside) I chose a week […]

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Care2 Petition Demands Pebble Beach Golf Links Remove Golf Balls Polluting Ocean

Care2 Petition Demands Pebble Beach Golf Links Remove Golf Balls Polluting Ocean

A new Care2 petition is demanding The Pebble Beach Company, the parent company of Pebble Beach Golf Links, remove golf balls polluting surrounding Carmel Bay. The Care2 petition has been signed by more than 11,000 people. VIEW THE CARE2 PETITION HERE: www.care2.com/PebbleBeach The Care2 petition was started after news that a then 16-year-old diver, Alex Weber, spotted the golf ball […]

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Single-Use Plastic: The Ever Growing Footprint on the Environment

Single-Use Plastic: The Ever Growing Footprint on the Environment

It’s cheap to manufacture plastic, but because we make so much of it, for so many uses, it has become a high-profile environmental issue – even the biggest brand names are doing their part to reduce their reliance on single-use plastic. There are more than 5 trillion pieces of plastic in our oceans An estimated 8.5 billion plastic straws are […]

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Plant Medicine Yoga Offers Ayurvedic Detox Retreat in St. Croix

Plant Medicine Yoga Offers Ayurvedic Detox Retreat in St. Croix

The days are growing longer as we intuitively prepare for the abundance of Spring Equinox. Enter Return to Eden, the eco-friendly, full spectrum holistic wellness retreat March 10th-16th. Set against the lush green backdrop of the tropical rainforest and just up the road from the rich blues of the Caribbean Sea on the grounds of the solar-powered High Valley Orchard, […]

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Pat McAuley Explains How a Plant-based Diet Changed His Life

Pat McAuley Explains How a Plant-based Diet Changed His Life

Pat McAuley is a Boston-based serial entrepreneur, author, speaker, and startup consultant for ethical/plant-based companies. He has started and successfully run companies in the tech space and food and beverage industries and has extensive experience building brands from scratch. After a plant-based diet changed his life, Pat shifted his focus to building and supporting businesses in the plant-based space. He […]

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Join Farm Sanctuary’s Instagram Campaign

Join Farm Sanctuary’s Instagram Campaign

Farm Sanctuary recently launched a short-term Instagram campaign because of dairy industry concerns that consumers are “confused” by terms like “almond milk” and “soy yogurt” (no doubt sparked by fear of the increasing market share of dairy alternatives).  The FDA is seeking comments from the public to determine if these labels are misleading to consumers. The open comment period for […]

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If Your New Year’s Resolution is to Help Rescued Llamas, You’re in Luck

If Your New Year’s Resolution is to Help Rescued Llamas, You’re in Luck

Stuart Wilde, guide and owner of Wild Earth Llama Adventures, is better known as the “llama guy” to locals and visitors around Taos, New Mexico. His llama trekking adventures are both unique and educational and have earned him a spot on TripAdvisor’s Top Ten Tours in America, with more than 500 5-star guest reviews on travel sites. However, llamas aren’t […]

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