Making Vegan Easy Week 28 Round-Up

2012 Vision Board Snapshot

Every day in 2012 I am posting one tip on my Facebook page to make living vegan easier. It’s going to take an army of vegans to move the world in a more compassionate direction. Join us today!

Tip #190: Useful health topics.

Although the information on Harvard’s “The Nutrition Source” website is not always vegan friendly, I have found the monthly newsletter beneficial for more general health information including topics like exercise, sleep and vitamin D.

Tip #191: Keep it simple.

According to Dr. Oz, “People who minimize food choices lose more weight.” I know this is true for me. Keep meals simple and focused on whole foods.

Tip #192: Take a stand.

Tell the world to go cruelty-free. Stop by The Body Shop and sign the pledge today.

Tip #193: Take me out to a ballgame!

PETA’s 2012 top picks for veg-friendly ballparks.

Tip #194: Vegans eat burgers.

I have been enjoying making burgers this summer from The Best Veggie Burgers on the Planet. Summers a great time to eat more veggie burgers. Check it out.

Tip #195: Get active and volunteer.

Giving a few hours a week (or month) of your time to a local non-profit will do a world of good. Bonus: You will get the warm and fuzzies for your efforts. I recently started volunteering for HEART and looking forward to learning more about humane education.

Tip #196: Revlon tests its products on animals.

This company was previously considered cruelty-free (although not vegan). Thanks for the heads up. I also confirmed that PETA has moved Revlon to the “test on animals” list.

In the 2005 Shopping Guide for Caring Consumers (by PETA), Revlon was listed as cruelty-free, and the 12th Edition (2005) of the NAVS Personal Care for People Who Care also listed Revlon as cruelty-free. Companies change and we need to pay attention to that.

Bonus tip of the day: Leaping Bunning has apps for iPhones and Androids. Download it today to make shopping cruelty-free easier.

Hey friends, have you shared these tips with your family and friends yet? If not, do it today. Join me on Facebook to read these tips daily and to learn more about what’s going on in the vegan world.

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