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No matter how much you enjoy finding gifts for people you love, you may need some inspiration. Some people are harder to buy for than others, so their ideal present might not spring to mind right away. We've searched high and low for the best gifts of 2020.
Veganism is growing in popularity, with over 9.5 million people in the U.S. now identifying as vegan — an increase of over 300% in the last 15 years. If you're thinking of transitioning to a vegan diet for any reason, it's never been simpler.
If you’re a new pet parent and you aren’t completely sure what you need, here’s a list of basics that will come in handy — no matter your dog’s breed or personality.
You might love everything summer has to offer, but it can be a challenging time for dogs. Since our canine companions have a limited capacity for heat regulation, they're susceptible to heat stroke, which is exceptionally serious in dogs and often fatal.
With the holidays coming up, you can't forget your animal friends when buying gifts. We've rounded up the best pet gifts of 2020, including a huge variety of gifts your furry friends will love, alongside some presents suitable for the animal-loving humans in your life.
The Instant Pot is a cleverly named culinary tool that can perform an impressive variety of cooking tasks. Whether you want to make yogurt, cook rice, sauté vegetables, or slow cook a roast, this handy device can do it all. In a home where space is a concern, this may quickly become your favorite appliance.
Choosing the right size Instant Pot, one that meets the needs of your family, is the most important decision you will make. After that, it is a matter of determining how many functions you...
For music-lovers, few experiences can beat a music festival. Not only do you get to see some of your favorite bands and artists all in one place, you're also in for an amazing atmosphere and a whole load of fun.
We all know that overconsumption is harmful to the planet, but moving from home into a dorm is one of those times when you're likely to need to buy a fair amount of items. It's okay to purchase products when you need them, but it's important to avoid purchasing anything you don't truly require, for the sake of the planet and your bank balance.
If you have a newly adopted pet who's used to you working from home, you're likely wondering how to prepare them for eventually being home alone. Even pets whose parents were previously at work all day may now have gotten used to them being at home and could struggle to readjust.