Okay, so I may have just dreamed up the word ‘veganize’ since my auto-correct is desperately trying to change it…but I’m sticking with it. As you may know, a child’s play time is a crucial part of their developmental growth, fine motor skills and over-all creativity. For vegan parenting, this usually means integrating nature into play-time. Early nature appreciation will help to ensure that your little vegan makes the conscious decision to maintain their compassionate lifestyle once they’re older. Continue reading How To Veganize Your Child’s Play Time
Attention South Florida veggie mamas: Join me, Veronica Green, at the Delray Beach Children’s Garden every Wednesday morning from 9:30am to 10:30am. I am thrilled to announce that I’ve been asked to host the weekly Mother Nature & Me classes at this very special community garden. Bring the little ones to enjoy story time, arts & crafts, and nature exploration. Fun fun and more fun! Cost is $10 per child. For more info, or to pay in advance, visit DelrayBeachChildrensGarden.org
It is my belief that a plant-based diet is not only good for the body, but for the mind and soul as well. When a person consumes meat, they are consuming everything that lived in the body of that animal moments before it’s death. Fear, confusion and stress…they are literally eating negative energy! Continue reading Your Food Has Energy
Aaah, October. The first hints of holiday madness are in the air, as Summer relaxation melts into a distant memory. The thought of hectic schedules, added expenses and visiting relatives may be sprouting in your mind…If you’re new to veganism, you might also be feeling the added stress of making it through Halloween with your vegan kiddos. Parents often feel torn between maintaining their children’s vegan diet, and allowing them to participate in Halloween festivities. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was some vegan neighborhood to trick-or-treat in? The fact is, your little ones can have the best of both worlds. Continue reading How To Survive Halloween As A Vegan Parent
As the world becomes enlightened about compassionate living, our brilliant scientists and ecologists are discovering new ways to minimize the human ecological footprint. Clothing made from mushrooms is now a reality.
If you’re newly vegan, one of the most helpful things you can do to get started is to stock your pantry with some vegan basics. This will ensure you always have the beginnings to a great meal on-hand. The following list may seem overwhelming, but remember, you only need to stock up once. From there, it’s just about replenishing when necessary.
Vegan friends, I’m a bit late on discovering this awesome app, but I had to make a quick post about it just in case anyone else hasn’t heard! Continue reading Best Vegan Apps
The following is a paragraph from a PETA article that I recently came across about the Do’s and Don’ts of dining out as a vegan. The article was very informative, but one particular part really lingered in my head…daring me to blog about it. Continue reading Ordering Vegan Without Being Annoying
Ever since my very first month of becoming a vegetarian, I noticed a distinct shift in the way people perceived me. Once they learned that I don’t eat meat (and even more so now that I’m vegan), they seemed to place me into some imaginary category. It’s a strange category that consists of both hippie and snobby… Continue reading Un-Apologetically Vegan
Picture books play a very important role in the development of a child’s mind. Enchanting fairy tales and whimsical characters help to ignite the creative parts of the brain and build confidence, while traditional stories help to build moral ethics and nobility. Continue reading Why Vegan Children’s Books Are Important