Every day in 2012 I’m 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 #299: Respect, Refuse, reduce, reuse, Repair, Repurpose and then recycle. Throw away as a last resort.
Tip #300: The Virtual Vegan Potluck starts November 1.
Tip #301: Once you’ve gone vegan and you’re truly committed, you will be known as “the vegan.” Be willing and prepared to discuss veganism at any time…from whatever angle you come to it by—be it animal rights, health or the environment. Many people want to know more about this lifestyle. An informed vegan can do a world of good by just having an intelligent and friendly conversation about it.
Tip #302: Take only what you need.
Tip #303: Practice what you know.
Tip #304: Community is important. Say hi to your neighbors. Ask them for help and offer to help. It’s a great way to build a strong community.
Tip #305: Choose a black cat or dog the next time you adopt a pet. When I learned about “Black Dog Syndrome” I was dumbfounded. I have had numerous black pets over the years and each one was just as wonderful as my very first cat named Snowball.
Tip #307: Get active on your birthday. In lieu of gifts or fanfare, ask your friends and family to donate to your favorite charity or ask them to go vegan for the day.
Tip #308: One of my favorite blogs went dark about two years ago, so I was excited to see it’s being updated again. Check out Veganyumyum for the great recipes and gorgeous food photos.
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.