We all need a little self-care sometimes, especially during times of trouble. In light of all that is happening in the world right now, we need to think about both our physical and mental health. It's not always easy - we're so used to just powering through and letting our own well-being fall to the… Continue reading Tips for Self-Care (+ Some Vegan Recommendations)
"What is so special about the form of consciousness that we recognize that makes killing a bearer of it a crime while killing an animal goes unpunished?" Title: Elizabeth CostelloAuthor: J.M. CoetzeePublication: 2003Rating: 2/5 starsCW/TW: N/ANotes: Vegan Book Club‘s January 2020 group read Elizabeth Costello. Writer. Vegetarian. Mother. Grandmother. Sister. These are the titles that are arguably… Continue reading REVIEW: Elizabeth Costello by J.M. Coetzee
Much like all human beings, I am multifaceted and can be characterized by numerous things. I’m a writer, a vegan, and a millennial, to name a few. Combining these three things means I’m on social media, particularly Instagram, a lot. I follow other vegans and vegan businesses (publications, restaurants, etc.) and, for the most part,… Continue reading 5 Social Media Tips for Your Vegan Business
Did you know that...vegans eat more than just salad? Did you realize that...not all vegans care about eating healthy food all of the time? Were you aware that...vegans do not care if you think the Impossible Whopper or Earth Balance or Daiya or Beyond Meat is unhealthy? Burger King's Impossible Whopper can be made vegan,… Continue reading Yes, Vegan Junk Food Exists. No, Vegans Don’t Care If You Think It’s Healthy Or Not
JUS by Julie is known for its cleanses full of blended smoothies and juices. If you work or go to school in Cedarhurst, NY, located on Nassau County’s South Shore, chances are you’ve been to JUS by Julie. Physical locations of JUS by Julie are rare: there’s a couple in NYC, one in New Jersey,… Continue reading LI Vegan Adventures: JUS by Julie
Vegan. Plant-based. Is there a difference? Why do so many brands (and people) try to distinguish themselves as one or the other? Does it really influence sales? In some ways, it absolutely does. Some non-vegans will never purchase a product explicitly referred to as “vegan,” while ethical vegans find “plant-based” to be less meaningful. So… Continue reading Vegan Vs. Plant-Based: What Label Should You Use for Your Business?
I wasn’t always vegan, and I didn’t always live on Long Island. In 2016, I lived in a small farm town, which was known for its Amish population and high school football team. Horse and buggies abounded, and “city folks” didn’t know they could pass the slow-movers on the road. Prior to venturing into veganism,… Continue reading LI Vegan Adventures: An Introduction