Back to School Activism

Now that back to school season is in full swing, it can be hard to continue activism since you don’t have as much free time on your hands. Here are a few ideas to help you stay motivated and spread the message while at school. Decorate your school supplies with animal right’s stickers! My planner and folders are all covered in stickers like “I am … Continue reading Back to School Activism

Vegan Everyday Stories

Recently I attended the premier of the documentary Vegan Everyday Stories in Fort Lauderdale, FL along with the Great Vegan Cookie Challenge. This film follows the lives of 4 completely different people who all have one thing in common; veganism. One way or another they have all been led to this lifestyle and through this documentary they share their stories. This film is 100% non-profit … Continue reading Vegan Everyday Stories

5 Reasons to Thrift Shop

As I have said in one of my most recent posts, I have decided to buy the majority of my clothing from thrift stores and stop supporting the “fast fashion” industry. Here’s a few reasons why I have changed and you should too! Buying from thrift stores is better for the environment and more sustainable than buying clothes new. See my post, The Fashion Industry‚Äôs … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Thrift Shop

What I Eat in a Day

Inspired by the thousands of YouTube videos and blogger My Veggie Life, here is an example of what I eat in a day! For information on vegan nutrition, check out the International Vegan Association’s nutrition page. Breakfast- Lenny & Larry’s Complete Cookie, watermelon & water Snack- Pineapple mango smoothieLunch- Squash spaghetti with Just Mayo Dinner- BBQ tofu sandwich with cabbage and potato wedges   Continue reading What I Eat in a Day

The Fashion Industry’s Effect on the Environment

Over the past couple of months I have purged my wardrobe, brought bags upon bags to my local thrift store and trying to be a more ethical shopper. I have gotten to the point where nearly all of my clothing can fit in one large box. It is much less stressful when it comes to choosing something to wear, laundry, and shopping. Here are the … Continue reading The Fashion Industry’s Effect on the Environment

What the Health?- A.U.M. Films

From the creators of Cowspiracy, come What the Health? “The health film that health organizations don’t want you to see.” See the film’s trailer above… Similar to Cowspiracy, What the Health focuses in not only on the benefits of veganism, but on the corruption that goes on in the very organizations that are supposed to be saving us. The lies we are fed (literally) by … Continue reading What the Health?- A.U.M. Films

Interview with @CrueltyFreeCatLady

Check out my interview with Etsy shop owner, and creator of the page @crueltyfreecatlady, Jeneen Jensen. I absolutely adore her work and encourage you to check it out! $1 from every $5 sold supports animal right’s groups in Canada. See her shop here! My name is Jeneen Jensen and i’m 25 years old. I live in the interior of BC, Canada and I’m currently just … Continue reading Interview with @CrueltyFreeCatLady

Little Cups = Big Problem- Keurig

It is nearly impossible to walk into an office, home, or otherwise without finding a K-cup based machine. From teas, to coffees, even hot chocolate the possibilities are endless. In fact, 1 in 3 Americans own a Keurig machine. While the idea is great and convenient for people on the go, these K-cups are taking their toll on the environment. K-cups are not biodegradable nor … Continue reading Little Cups = Big Problem- Keurig

Is Honey Vegan?- Pros & Cons

Since the start of the veganism and animal right’s movement the question has remained, is honey vegan? I personally do not eat honey, but here is an objective view. While I will not give you a clear “yes” or “no” in this post, here are the pros and cons for you to decide if honey is truly vegan. Also be sure to check out the … Continue reading Is Honey Vegan?- Pros & Cons