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I was compensated by Amalou for my time researching and writing this post. When it comes to ethics, things are not so cut and dried, esp...
I was compensated by JOYN for my work on this post. I also received items for review (and to giveaway!). A good - I mean, really good - ...
It's tempting, this time of year, to trek to the local Halloween store and buy a pre-made costume. I wouldn't blame you if you di...
The motto of the Episcopal Church, emblazoned on signs and bumper stickers, is: The Episcopal Church Welcomes You The Episcopal-affil...
I developed recipes and wrote blog posts for Numi Organic Tea for about a year and one of the perks was receiving lots and lots of fair tr...
I was compensated by Haushala for my work on this post and was provided a Weekender Bag for review. Fall inspires wanderlust in me like...
Ethical Details: High Neck Tank Top - c/o Live the Give ; Blue Tank Top - thrifted; Megan Cardigan - c/o Liz Alig ; Boots - thrifted; Je...
This piece was written by Emily Folk . Be sure that the fake leather clothes you’re wearing are actually environmentally friendly. Bei...
When dear Anne of Green Gables said those famous words, I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers I get the sense she ...
This post was generously sponsored by Good Threads and I received items for review.  Meet Lyle.  Lyle is a corgi mix who loves to cud...
When I use the term  ethical blogger, what do you think of? I use it to mean bloggers who write about ethics, and more specifically th...
This post contains affiliate links and I may make commission on purchases made through them. When I sat down to "research" (ak...
This post was sponsored by Liz Alig and I was provided an item for review.  Ah, to live in a land where seasons often change their mind....