Posts tagged as: us

Help A Reader Out! Introducing: Bonzai Community Crowdsourcing

March 16th, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Feedback

This post is about vegan babies, so here’s your daily dose of cuteness. OMG VEGAN BABIESSSSS! So as I’m sure it goes without saying, I get a lot of email. Like, a LOT a lot. And for the most part I can keep up with them . . . well okay, I could keep up [...]

My Garden In Winter

January 13th, 2015 - posted under: The Farm » Flora

Well hello there! Hello from southern California, where “winter” is more of an abstract concept than an actual reality. Oh I kid, I kid. Even here in SoCal we get to experience four distinct seasons. But our variation is much less variable, I guess you could say, and there’s never a time when the garden [...]

An Introduction To The Beagle Freedom Project & The Cruelty Cutter App!

November 25th, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Guest Bloggers

Hello all! Today I am SO excited to bring you this guest post, written by one of my oldest and bestest friends. Due to the nature of her research as an animal rights advocate, she needs to keep her identity offline, and shall henceforth be known as Our Lady Of Bad Assery, aka “O.L.O.B.A.” I [...]

5 Of My Favorite Natural Products For Fighting Cold & Flu Season

November 4th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

It’s official. Cold and flu season is HERE. It’s only just early November and I’ve already been through one cycle of sniffles and sore throats, and it feels like another one might be looming (ahh, life with a preschooler). And all around me it seems like people are dropping like flies from some terrible tummy [...]

#vkidsdoittoo – Make Way For Cuteness

August 31st, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

veganandahalf: Pure joy. ♥ ♥ ♥ Happy Monday! To my American readers, happy holiday! And to the rest of the world, hello, and have I got a way to kickstart your work week right! #vkidsdoittoo is a “hashtag campaign” I started last month, as a way to show the world that vegan families get to [...]