Go Vegan this January! 

I’m sure a lot of you have already heard about Veganuary.. and it’s never too late to join in! 

For those who haven’t heard about it, Veganuary is a charity that aims to support people in their transition to a vegan lifestyle during the month of January – a great start to the year I think! 

Veganuary aims to reduce the suffering of animals by inspiring and supporting people across the globe to go vegan for the month of January’

They have an online community where you can connect with others who are on the same journey as you, it’s a great place where you can share ideas and struggles, look for help and support. Veganuary also have a whole support pack for people who sign up! 50,000 people have already signed up this month, lets see if we can get a few more of you on this epic journey! 

Going vegan is beneficial for your health, the planet and animals. So not only will you be keeping your body and mind in good shape, you’ll be saving millions of animals lives & protecting the planet from future destruction. 

My tip is not to put yourself down if you make mistakes, no one can be 100% vegan and we all learn from mistakes. Trust me, I didn’t realise honey wasn’t vegan for a whole year before I realised! The first month I spent looking at all the ingredients on everything, and it sounds tiring but honestly it’s so interesting! You wouldn’t believe how much animal by products and crap are in the food you consume! You soon become aware of what you can and can’t have – there’s so many alternatives and it’s so exciting finding new things! Especially those products that are accidentally vegan. 

Veganuary allows you to do this with others so you are not alone, making it that much easier! 

I would definitely recommend taking a look at their website, sign up if you are interested and start researching! Through research you’ll discover so many things that we have been blinded by. 

YouTube can be a great tool too! I am open to help anyone on their journey as well or answer any questions that anyone may have, just drop me a message! 

Peace, love and kisses to you all 💕 


6 Comments Add yours

  1. mikefleckcreator says:

    Awesome to see people pushing Veganuary! I did a month of vegan living a while back and am still on it months later! Great stuff, do you feature your articles with any other sites at all?

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    1. That’s so great to hear you are continuing! No I haven’t yet featured my articles on any other sites, never really considered it but I would love to if I had the opportunity. How are you finding going vegan? Here if you need any support!:)

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      1. mikefleckcreator says:

        Thanks a lot sophia, it’s always nice to have people in the vegan community that support each other like you do.
        If you’d like to feature some vegan related articles with us at creators.co then by all means get in touch with me here – mike.fleck@creators.co


      2. Aw thank you so much that would be great! I will be in contact very soon!


  2. father of an ED girl says:

    For someone with an eating disorder, veganism is just another way of restricting. Don’t kid yourself, you NEED those nutrients and other things that meat and dairy provide. You need to take care of yourself, nourish, eat anything and everything, worry about yourself before the animals. Shocked and sad that you would be promoting restriction of any kind, just say NO!


    1. Hi! You have been misinformed about veganism here and I would really suggest researching it first. Veganism and eating disorders are not linked, you can have an eating disorder on any diet. The reason I am promoting a vegan lifestyle is not only that it is the best for health but for environmental reasons as well. Whether you have an eating disorder or not, we all have the capacity to look beyond our plate and extend it to what is not only good for our body but for the planet. Filling your body with cholesterol from animal products is not nourishing your body, instead fill it with wholefoods. Veganism allowed me to grow a better relationship with food and helped me through recovery of anorexia. I can send you some great you tube links explaining this in further detail and I will also do a blog post on it for better understanding.


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