Enter to win one of FIVE copies of Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner! Contest ends December 10th, just ahead of official publication day on December 17th, 2019.
Starting to experiment with the world of vegan food? Looking for help keeping your healthy, plant-based eating on track? Ready to take the next step from vegan-ish to full-time vegan? This guided journal is here to help!
Going vegan doesn’t need to be a scary, drastic change! With the right guide you don’t need to cut out your favorite foods or restock your home with a new pantry—you can jump head first into a fully vegan lifestyle. In 12 short weeks you can transition to whatever level of veganism is right for you and make it a transformation that will last.
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To enter to win one of five copies of Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner, COMMENT below on why you want to transition to veganism.
Contest ends December 10th, just ahead of official publication day on December 17th, 2019!
No purchase is necessary to enter. Only one entry allowed. Giveaway is only open to legal residents of the United States and is void where prohibited by law. On December 10th, five winners will be selected by random drawing from among valid entries.
Plant power! Vegan hiker Josh Garrett broke the Pacific Crest Trail record with a time of 59 days, 8 hours, 59 minutes, and an average of nearly 45 miles per day; beating the record set in 2011 by Scott Williamson of 64 days, 11 hours and 19 minutes.
“I’m vegan because I love animals, and they suffer so needlessly on factory farms and slaughterhouses, when a vegan diet provides everything we need for good health, strength, and endurance,” he said. “As much as I would have enjoyed taking my time on this hike, I wanted to be a good example and make a point.”
Josh has used the hike to bring attention to farmed animal cruelty, by raising funds for the national nonprofit Mercy For Animals. Stay tuned for an interview with Josh!