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My vegan shoe collection that is actually affordable and super cute

One question I'm always asked by non-vegans is if it's hard to be vegan. I can honestly say that for me, eating vegan is the easiest thing in the world. I literally have no desire whatsoever to put anything in my body that contains animal products. Surprisingly, the most difficult thing about being vegan for me is shoe shopping.  Until recently, I would wander through the shoe section of my favorite stores and check the labels of every shoe I wanted to buy only to be frustrated by the fact that almost all of them were made out of leather and would always wind up going home empty handed. Luckily for y'all, I've discovered a...

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NEW YEARS RESOLUTION: Beginners guide to going vegan in 2019

Can you believe it’s almost 2019?! Since it is December and a lot of us try to make new year resolutions- I want to encourage anyone reading this to take a leap of faith and trust that going vegan will be the best new years resolution you probably ever made. If your resolutions in the past have been to get “healthy” or lose weight, just go vegan and you’ll "feed two birds with one scone" (The new way to say “kill two birds with one stone”).  Here are some of my pro tips to get you motivated and make this transition as easy as possible. 1. I personally recommend cutting out all meat, dairy and...

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Apparel News: DETH Launches Punk-Inspired Streetwear With a Gentle Message

Promoting a humane message through streetwear inspired by punk culture, model and real-estate entrepreneur Jordyn Weekly and La Isla swimwear founder Enrique Sanchez-Rivera introduced their line DETH (Don't Eat The Homies) this week. With key chains, T-shirts, muscle T-shirts and hoodies available from $8 to $46 retail, DETH promotes eco-conscientiousness and compassion to all animals with a focus on those that are used in industrial farming. The line's branding features model Ireland Basinger-Baldwin and is based on an approach that reintroduces veganism as "...pushy and playful. Compassionate not mushy." Founded in February by Weekly, the brand was a project that she started by simply distributing her designs among family and friends free of charge. "I founded the...

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