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    THE CREATURE BLOG

    Welcoming in a new year often brings with it plans for lofty resolutions.  However, instead of feeling like a failure in week one of January with broken promises to self - we think it's best to be gentle on yourself + make an easy (and do-able) list of farewells / hellos for the year ahead.  The Sans Beast team have put together a shortlist of things we're leaving behind in 2019 + things we're going to manifest.  Read on for a dose of inspiration for making 2020 a year of illuminated action.  

    Responsible fashion choices that respect people, animals and our planet should be the norm, not a trend.  Our new digital marketing co-ordinator, Ailysh, shares some thoughts + tips for being a more conscious consumer this festive season (and beyond). 
    Last week Cathryn went to Shanghai, on the invitation of ActAsia, to participate in the Compassion in Fashion forum.  ActAsia are a not for profit organisation who build + drive education programmes in China, with a focus on animal welfare + environmental responsibility.  Read the overview of her talk, and some of the cross cultural challenges in discussing the Sans Beast ethos with new audiences. 
    Curious about how to turn your makeup kit cruelty free + vegan?  Emily from our Sans Beast HQ brings her passion for makeup, together with some research, to deliver a bunch of go-to tips on what's what in the land of CF+V cosmetics + beauty.  Read on to discover how you can bring a kinder approach to your face time.
    An open letter to animals, from our Sans Beast founder Cathryn Wills.  She highlights the contradictions that exist in our attitudes to various species + includes lists of books + films to read/watch if you want to learn more.
    Autumn is here in the Southern Hem + Easter is approaching.  You're thinking about taking some time off, getting some R+R....and eating.  We've gathered some cruelty free options to consider.  Do the chickens, pigs, cows, sheep etcetera a favour, and leave them off your plate this Easter.