We all know that vegans are taking over the world. It seems like every day new and exciting business ventures are coming to life–and with our support, they’ll continue to grow and gain widespread success. Here at Vegan Cuts, we’re always on the lookout for compassionate people trying to make a difference by providing cruelty-free products and essential resources to consumers. That’s why we’re excited to share with you four indie campaigns worth supporting.
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This is a guest post by Kristin Lajeunesse of Will Travel For Vegan Food.com. She has been traveling around the US since September 2011, in an effort to eat at and write about every single vegan restaurant, food truck, cafe, bakery, and coffee shop she can find.
You’re packed and ready to go, you’ve taken great advice from jetsetter-type friends which is why you’ve already connected with a few new friends-of-friends at your upcoming destination(s). You did some planning ahead, have a general idea of the stops you wish to make, and even packed a small bag of cashews and dried fruit for the start of your journey. But, wait a second, you say. “Have I missed anything? What do other vegans do when they travel?”
Here at Vegan Cuts, we’re constantly working on improvements behind-the-scenes to help better serve the vegan and vegan-curious community. We’re excited to tell you about some changes we just rolled out that are not so behind-the-scenes at all. We’ve added some cool new features that you can see and feel, and we hope you like them!
Being vegan spans way beyond what you put in your mouth and on your skin. It also extends to the clothes we wear, and the products we use in the rest of our everyday lives. Most people don’t give a second thought to whether or not there are animal products in their household cleaners, and frankly, sometimes it’s almost impossible to figure out whether they are or not.
The calendar has but a few days left for crossing off before we usher in the new year. For many, this is a time to reflect on past twelve months and make goals for 2013. Before you look too far ahead, you may want to spend a little time thinking about your finances– specifically, your taxes.
Many of us make charitable donations throughout the year. We do it because we want to help, because it makes us feel good, and–let’s be honest–because of the tax benefits. In the final days of 2012, it’s not too late to make a few more donations to earn some additional credit on your taxes for the year. Consider showing your love by supporting an animal-friendly charity!
Have you ever thought to yourself, it would be easier for me to stay on track with eating healthier if someone told me exactly what to eat? Now, there are people out there that offer services like this, meal plans, food that is sent to you already made, but these programs can often be costly. Here is where Venio comes in; it’s a free veg-friendly iPhone app that caters to your dietary needs and weight goals.