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One of the biggest myths about going plant-based is how expensive it is (I actually discuss this in my book, The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living).
Whether you're going plant-based as a New Year's resolution, for health reasons, or you just want to see what it's all about, IT IS possible to do so without breaking the bank. In fact, it's not very expensive at all!
If you're on a tight budget or new ...
With summer officially one day away, it's about that time to bust out the tent and sleeping bags for some camping!
I have a HUGE section in my new book, The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living (also available in Audible format -- and read by me!) dedicated to camping and what foods to bring, but here's a quick rundown on how to survive as a Herbie in the great outdoors!
To start off-- it really depends on what ...
I'm always getting questions about plant-based options at restaurants. In fact, I have an entire section dedicated to dining out in my new book, The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living. (It's also available in Audible format!)
I've blogged plenty of times about my plant-based dining adventures (if you're looking for a specific city, use the search bar at the top of the page), so this time I asked Herbies on Facebook to share their experiences ...
On Wednesday my mom sent me this article saying, "Did you know Jennifer Lopez went vegan?"
I couldn't believe it and quickly put a little meme together and posted the happy news on Facebook.
The first few comments bashed JLo and how she wasn't really vegan -- and then the thread just got hateful and ugly (You can read it here.)
In response to the heat, I posted this on Facebook shortly thereafter:
If you can't read it ...
For two years now (maybe longer?) my mantra (in life, as well as with Happy Herbivore and reaching others) has been:
"Progress Not Perfection"
In fact, I spend long chapters talking about it in my new book (out next week), The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living.
I've been a firm believer in applauding the progress people make, rather than get hung up on where they might fall short.
It reminds me of when I used to run and ...