When I was young and I first discovered veganism I couldn’t imagine eating meat or dairy products, and I never wanted to go back to eating meat.
After reading my father’s story, I decided I was finally ready to start eating more plant-based foods.
It wasn’t until I went vegan that I learned the importance of not only eating healthily, but also feeling great, feeling fulfilled, and being comfortable in my body.
When I went vegetarian, I became vegan.
This is an important and life-changing step for many people, and it’s important for all of us.
But I think most people would agree that if veganism can be a stepping stone for vegans to move beyond animal products, then it’s a step toward a happier, healthier, and more fulfilled life.
And that’s exactly what the Vegan Society has accomplished.
When it comes to living a vegan lifestyle, the goal is to eat and live a healthy, plant-free life, with minimal or no animal products in the house.
In my experience, there’s nothing more satisfying than making dinner and then sitting down to dinner with your friends.
So when I heard that the Vegan society was planning to launch a new program called Vegan Empowerment Week, I couldn, as a vegan, not miss this opportunity.
Since the Vegan Empowered Week program began in October 2017, we’ve received hundreds of messages from people asking for help and resources, and we’ve also had some wonderful and thoughtful feedback.
We have created a Vegan Empowersment Week Guide, and today I’d like to share some of the highlights from our first Vegan Emowered week.1.
Vegan Empathy Week is happening every two weeks.
The goal of Vegan Emowers is to empower people to connect with each other, and to show compassion and respect to others through veganism.
We invite people to join us for a month of workshops, events, and networking to learn how to be compassionate and supportive of others.
We hope that Vegan Emers will become a great source of inspiration for others to take their vegan journey further.2.
Vegan Energies is a weekly video series by vegan food bloggers about the benefits of plant-powered living and vegan food.
This series features inspirational videos about how the health benefits of living a plant-friendly lifestyle can improve our lives and the planet.3.
The Vegan Diet for Life is a book by vegan nutritionist Dr. Helen Keller about plant-derived diets for health and wellness.
This book is an incredible resource for people interested in eating a plant based diet, and for anyone looking to learn more about how to follow a vegan diet for health.4.
The Vegetarian Resource Center (VRC) is a nonprofit organization that focuses on educating people about healthy eating, animal rights, and environmental issues.
They’ve created a series of videos and resources that have been incredibly helpful for many of our readers.
They also publish a quarterly newsletter that contains inspiring content, tips for making your food choices more sustainable, and resources on the importance and benefits of vegan food choices.5.
Vegan and Vegetarian Awareness Week is a national, national, global event that encourages all people of all walks of life to be vegan and/or vegetarian, and offers a way for people of every age, ethnic background, race, religion, and gender to come together to celebrate their vegan or vegetarian lifestyles.
The aim of Vegan Awareness Week, as the name implies, is to raise awareness of the importance, benefits, and ethics of being vegan and vegetarian.6.
Vegan Outreach Week is an online initiative where people can submit videos, stories, and photographs that support the vegan lifestyle and share positive vegan news.
The video submissions and photographs will be reviewed by Vegans to ensure they are appropriate for the program and to help promote the message.7.
The vegan food blog “Vegan Chew” provides readers with healthy, vegan-friendly recipes for dinner, lunch, and snacks.8.
The first Vegan Outrageous Vegan is an article by vegan author Kate Harding that details how vegan food is making a big impact in our communities.
This piece was inspired by her own experiences with the anti-meat group Beyond Meat.9.
The website Vegan Life is an excellent resource for vegans who want to learn about the history and culture of the vegan diet.10.
Vegan Magazine is a monthly newsletter that offers articles on a wide variety of vegan topics, including vegan health, food, and gardening.11.
Vegan Foodie is a new blog for vegmoms who are interested in learning more about vegan food, nutrition, and lifestyle.12.
Vegan Living is a blog for those who are looking for a new vegan lifestyle or want to get started on the path to veganism!
The goal is for readers to share ideas, insights, and tips on how to start living a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle.13.
Vegan Life Magazine is an award-winning, all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to sharing the stories and stories of veganism through vegan food and