Now 2018’s ‘Veganuary’ is in full swing (where people adopt a vegan lifestyle and diet for January), it’s clear that this year is set to be the biggest yet with over 150,000 participants. Everyone involved in Veganuary has their own reasons for trying out the challenge, however, one of the most common reasons in recent years is weight loss, in fact – Veganuary 2017 saw weight loss as the second biggest reason for trying out veganism behind animal welfare.
So I’ve spent a little time playing around with Google to find some of the most asked questions about being a vegan, veganism and what it involves. I thought I’d dedicate a post to those questions and answer them for anyone curious about this way of life.
One of the hardest parts of becoming a vegan is dropping the cheese and most vegan cheeses don’t quite hit the spot but they’re pretty good. Christmas in the past was a cheese lovers dream in this house so having none this year was looking disappointing. But last night I had the chance to try the new Violife Christmas Dairy Free Platter and here are my thoughts.
Christmas dinner is the highlight of the day for many people, especially adults who don’t get a mountain of toys to keep them occupied. With this being the first year Aaron and I are vegan for the festive fun I’ve spent some time researching exactly what we will be having for our vegan Christmas dinner. If you’re not a vegan still check out the recipe, it’s sooo good!
I hate doing the laundry, as I’m sure most people do. It’s a long task that I just can’t be bothered with so I’m always looking for ways to make it easier. In the past I’ve been known to go for the cheapest, budget detergent but all that seems to do is prolong the time doing this awful task. Here is how Ecover is helping my laundry life.