Topic: Guests

Minimalist Monday: Jim's Step-by-Step Minimalist Journey (A Guest Post from My Best Friend!) Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon Category: Minimalist Guests

You know how I'm always saying lead by example? It's because it works. Living your lifestyle and thriving is the best testament and sales pitch there is. I'm never quick to pitch or push my lifestyle on others, but because I love it so much and am so happy and thriving, it starts to rub off.

Recently, I was out to dinner with a mixed group of friends and one friend, an omnivore, ordered one of the ...

Being Plant-Based in Venezuela: A Guest Post from Gabriel Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon Category: Guests

I first heard from today's guest poster, Gabriel, when I asked for perspective from men for our Plant-Based Guys series. English is not Gabriel's first (or second!) language, but he shared somuch fascinating information about his experience being plant-based/vegan in Venezuela that I asked him to guest post! 

As you know, I lived on a small island in the Caribbean for a year (where I wrote EHH!) as well as several small towns/rural areas ...

The Only Plant-Based Kite Boarder on Vacation: A Guest Post from David Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon Category: Guests

A couple of months ago, I got this message from David, telling me about his first year as the only plant-based guy on his annual kite boarding vacation.

"Hi Lindsay,

I just got back from a trip to Cape Hatteras for a kite boarding vacation. There were about 20 people along on the trip. I was the only vegan in attendance.

I bought my own food and made my own meals and then joined the others after eating my meals ...

Plant-Based (Vegan) Camping Trips: Tips from an Experienced Herbie Camper Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon Category: Advice Guests

I'm always getting requests do a post about tent camping or RV camping, etc. Due to serious insect allergies in my family, camping isn't something we do too often (I mean, we like nature and all, but there comes a point where the hassle is just not worth it). We can avoid the buggies easily in the winter, so we get our outside hours in then :)

Anyway, I just couldn't fake a camping post, so I asked ...

The Kitchen Shadow is Cooking His Way Through EHH! His Faves from the First 50 Recipes Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon Category: Guests

Last week, we shared the end of Jana and her family's adventures cooking through Happy Herbivore Abroad. She cooked every single recipe in the book and it brought the family together — they got excited about the "recipe of the day" and love plant-based cooking (and eating!). Today, we are sharing the beginning of a new challenge! Jana's 11-year-old son, Caleb (AKA Kitchen Shadow), decided he wanted in on the fun and began cooking his way through  Everyday ...


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