Compassionate Clichés: Changing the Conversation

Let's face it, the expression "kill two birds with one stone" is popular, but not very nice. With so many expressions implying harm to animals, we compiled a list of 100 compassionate alternatives that are respectful of both people and animals. 

Speak kind words and you will hear kind echos.

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Faux vs. Fir: The Christmas Tree Debate

It’s commonly believed that buying an artificial Christmas tree saves money and the environment – spending money once, using the tree year after year, and saving a tree from being cut down. With over 34 million harvested trees sold in the US each year compared with 10 million artificial trees, which is the healthier, more eco-friendly choice? 

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Peace Begins With You

Right now, the world is full of conflict and anger and it’s easy to lose yourself in all of it. That's why the world needs compassion more than ever right now - starting with you! Here are a few of our favorite methods of self-care:

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Compassionate Guide to Denver

We ❤ Denver!  Here at Compassionate Closet, we are happy to be a part of the growing awareness of plant-based living in Denver and beyond!  Whether you are native, new, or just visiting, we wanted to share a few of our favorite local veg-friendly spots:

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Ahimsa: A vegan brand that prioritizes love

From the start, Ahimsa has chosen to walk a path carved by their beliefs: To question habits, inspire change, without harm, and with complete respect for all forms of life.

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Celebrate Earth Every Day

Earth Day is always an inspiring time to reflect on the environmental impact of our daily choices: what we do, buy, eat, and wear. While we love having a day dedicated to celebrating our home planet, living a compassionate life allows you to celebrate Earth Day - every day!

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Plastic Is Not Fantastic – But Can Be!

Plastic. Is. Everywhere. From grocery bags to water bottles to food packaging, it’s impossible to avoid and nearly 300 millions tons of it is produced each year. We can cut down on our personal consumption by using reusable items, but what happens to that bottle or that take-out container that you tossed into the recycling bin? Can we prevent it from just turning into more plastic?

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