Things I Want Daughter to Know

101 Things I Want My (Future) Daughter To Know

Hi friends :) Most of the content on here will be recipes, tips, and various other inspiration from my plant-based world, but you’ll be getting a personal piece every once in a while, too.

And no, I am not expecting!
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Indie Bohemian Baby Names

200 Indie + Bohemian Baby Names

hi friends (especially mama bird friends!)

Some of you who have been keeping up with me probably know that I am a sucker for baby names by now. In the past, I focused on plant-based or earthy baby names… but I am a real sucker for indie/boho-inspired baby names. Some of these may overlap with my past lists, but I think they are worth mentioning again because these names are all just so gorgeous.

With baby fever on my end, I wanted to compile some of my current favorites and hope that they will inspire you. I totally already have my girl name picked out (both first and middle are on this list… can you guess?) but still working on a boy. I’d love to hear some of your favorites from the list – especially any combos! Enjoy the inspiration :)

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Earthy Baby Names

Earthy & Plant-Based Baby Names

No, I’m not a Mom – not yet, anyways. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m looking forward to motherhood more than most things. I may be a little more embarrassed to admit that I have a list of baby names on my phone “just so I don’t forget someday.” #NoShame

I thought it would be fun to write down some of my favorite earthy/plant-based baby names [read: hippie names] – for all dem crunchy ladies out there ;) – including myself, clearly. Not into kids at the moment? Neither is Sara, but these names are for pups, too… and kitties and all the other furbabies out there.

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Guide to Cruelty-Free Shopping

#BuyTheBunny: Baby Steps to Being Bunny-Friendly

If someone were to describe you, would you ever want them to use the word “cruel”? And if you were describing a new product to your friend that she just had to try, would you say, “I just bought the CRUELEST _____”? No!

Yet so many products out there are just that when it comes down to it. You can do your homework on animal testing if you’d like. I can’t stomach it. I cry when I watch “Homeward Bound,” and those animals are on a rad adventure! No cruelty involved. So this fact from PETA makes me want to crawl into a hole: “More than 100 million animals every year suffer and die in cruel chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics tests as well as in biology lessons, medical training exercises, and curiosity-driven medical experiments at universities.”

At the end of the day, I want to do my part in shopping cruelty free whenever possible, the end. If you do too, here’s a beginner’s Q&A on making small strides.

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