This “zine” (little magazine) was made for an environmentally-conscious, but still carnivorous, audience. There will be no conversion-tactics here, just chickens telling stories.
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I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas, Part 2
It’s still best to try the above options first, but if you are deciding between a cut or plastic tree, opt for a locally grown cut tree. If you already have a plastic tree, use it for as long as possible.
I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas, Part 1
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with thrifting for presents. Often items are good as new and totally unique. Second hand shops carry jewelry, kitchenware, games, holiday decorations (great for wrapping decoration), books, records, and loads of wonderful potential-gifts.
How to Have a Healthy Relationship With Spending
Crafting your space intentionally can help articulate what you stand for—as not only your aesthetic, but your experiences, passions, and values are reflected back at you.
Shopping Addiction: Purge Your Urge to Splurge
When you begin a ritual behavior, it’s like the act of pushing a ball downhill—it’s the beginning of a compulsive cycle that builds powerful momentum. When engaging in ritual behaviors, there is a buildup of excitement, commitment (sometimes unconscious), and often a strong feeling of conflict.