Ashlea Miller

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Ashlea Miller is a writer for Whole Foods Market’s Global headquarters in Austin, Texas, where she lives with her husband, one lovable Terrier mutt, Tessie, and two entertaining tailless cats. She enjoys hiking with Tessie, exploring the wonderfully weird city of Austin, brewing the perfect mug of green tea and enjoying her husband’s amazing vegetarian cooking. Ashlea received her bachelor’s degree in journalism, is a former magazine editor-in-chief, and has written for several newspapers and magazines across the country, including The Boston Globe and Real Simple. She volunteers for local animal rescue organizations and enjoys educating people about animal cruelty and the benefits of a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle. She has never met an animal or a vegetable she didn’t like.

Blog Posts By Author

December 9, 2012 @ Whole Story
Shopping for my family during the holidays is a cinch, but when it comes to my furry family members, gift-giving becomes one big guessing game.
October 28, 2012 @ Whole Story
By the time I adopted Annie, a beautiful chocolate Lab mix, she was 9 years old and in pretty bad shape. Her left hip was severely arthritic – the result of being hit by a car when she was a puppy – and her previous owner had become too ill to care for her properly.
July 29, 2012 @ Whole Story
Ashlea shares the 19 promises she’s made to her puppy-to-be in this sweet love note. How do you show your canine friend you care?
June 24, 2012 @ Whole Story
Kittens are bundles of boundless energy. Follow these tips to maximize your cat’s playtime and ensure you’re raising a happy, well-behaved feline.
May 27, 2012 @ Whole Story
Spring is the perfect time to attract colorful birds to your backyard. Here are a few tips for bird-friendly features and DIY birdfeed basics.
April 21, 2012 @ Whole Story
Having pets doesn’t have to mean harming the environment. Help shrink your pet’s carbon “paw print” by making these small, simple changes today.
March 24, 2012 @ Whole Story
Keep those chocolate Easter bunnies away from the pups in your life. Try these ideas for treating Fido with carob and other natural ingredients instead.