Three Things I Wish I Knew When Starting My Vegan Coaching Business, by Stephanie Harter, VLCE

posted January 24, 2023 After I learned about the unthinkable horrors of animal agriculture in 2009, I found the Main Street Vegan podcast, and began my Vegan journey. I thought I knew everything about a healthy lifestyle, but after researching, I realized I knew very little. And so it goes with starting your Vegan coaching …

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Unbreakable, by Renée Kornbluth, VLCE

Reposted January 17, 2023 Bob and I were invited to the wedding of his close friends’ son. On the response card, we checked off the “Vegan Dinner” option, impressed by the thoughtfulness of our hosts. At the reception, we were served exceptionally beautifully plates of Vegan food. Some of the other guests at our table …

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An Update on “A Vegan in Kenya,” by Kenneth Odhiambo Ndonga, VLCE

posted January 10, 2023 Hello from Kenya! My name is Kenneth and I want to share an update on the work I am doing to enhance the growth of Vegan community in Kenya. As I shared last year (see A Vegan in Kenya), I live in a rural area and run the Sondu Vegan Support …

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Social Eating and Drinking Survival Guide, by Jaclyn Rosen, VLCE

posted December 27, 2022 Navigating Dinner Parties, Happy Hours, and Holiday Festivities While Plant-Based and Health-Focused I don’t like to deprive myself. No one does. It’s hard to resist when there’s a feast of delicious food, drinks are flowing, and you want to let loose without a care in the world. We also don’t want …

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Five Books for Your Vegan Book Club, by Kimberly Harper-Colucci, VLCE

posted December 20, 2022 My New Year’s resolution is always, “read more books.” Last year I did just that! I gathered a group of friends and dragged them along on a journey of getting off the rollercoaster of social media and into great books. Last year’s favorites ranged from beginner-friendly to veteran animal warrior. From …

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Unbreakable, by Renée Kornbluth, VLCE

posted December 13, 2022 Bob and I were invited to the wedding of his close friends’ son. On the response card, we checked off the “Vegan Dinner” option, impressed by the thoughtfulness of our hosts. At the reception, we were served exceptionally beautifully plates of Vegan food. Some of the other guests at our table …

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Bones and All: A Vegan Review, by Victoria Moran, CHHC, RYT-200

When I was twenty-three, I saw The Exorcist. It was sufficiently terrifying that I waited forty-nine years before going to another movie in the horror genre. That happened two weeks ago, and the movie was the critically acclaimed and Oscar-buzzing film, Bones and All. Its key protagonist is a likeable teenager, Maren, who has a …

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Tamerlaine Sanctuary and Preserve, by Cherie Hans, VLCE

posted November 29, 2022 Meet Mumu and Zuzu in the picture with me. I should not have favorites, but the goats melt my heart. They’re affectionate, adorable, and amiable. I learned about the Tamerlaine Sanctuary and Preserve through Victoria Moran. For our anniversary last year, and again for this one, we gifted ourselves a private tour …

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Making Natural Perfume Without Harming Animals or Yourself, by Jen Gallagher, VLCE, Dip. Aromatherapy, MEd, BEd, Cert. Nursing

posted November 22, 2022 Did you know that throughout the history of perfumery, deer, cats, whales, and beavers have all been used for their fragrances, variously taken from different parts of their bodies? Were you aware that the perfume industry conducts animal tests, often painful ones that cause the  suffering and death of millions of …

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