14 Vegan New Year’s Resolutions for 2014

The Vegan Woman team shares their vegan New Year's resolutions

As we start a new year, The Vegan Woman team is happy to start a new tradition: Once a year, we will share our vegan orientated New Year’s resolutions with you, our wonderful community members!

Here they are, our 14 Vegan New Year’s Resolutions for 2014:

Sivan1. Sivan Pardo Renwick

My resolution for 2014 is to do my best to stay positive and focused despite being exposed difficult footage of animals in the meat, egg and dairy industries.

Emily2. Emily Segal

My resolution for 2014 is to get out of my comfort zone more often and really work to be the best example and inspiration for a healthy vegan lifestyle that I can be.

Clare3. Clare Crossan

My resolution will be working harder at helping my kids meet other vegan kids so that they feel more confident in the way we live, and become good advocates as they grow. Oh, and getting them to eat more green veg…

Desiree Mehrez4. Desiree Mehrez

My resolution is to consume less sugar, eat more raw foods, and participate in more outreach and protests!

Natalie Wasling5. Natalie Wasling

My resolution for 2014 is to ask for vegan options more often to raise awareness in cafes/restaurants.

Karen6. Karen Koschel

One of my resolutions is to share 1 worthy cause or organization post on FB each day – such as vegan groups, non-kill animal shelters available animals, petitions, or animal sanctuaries. Seeing I’m on Facebook a lot, I want to get some exposure, to plant vegan seeds. Oh, and learn how to make vegan dog food for our three furkids at home!

Erin7. Erin Lecky

My resolution is to give up the need to be right in discussions and dialogues, and merely to speak my (vegan) truth without blame or judgment.

Anna Claire8. Anna-Claire Lotti

My resolution is to eat less soy and wheat-based products, especially processed foods- and eat more foods in their whole, natural form.

Leolin Lopez9. LeoLin Lopez

I have so many people asking me about my vegan lifestyle and how they can incorporate it into their life as well. My vegan resolution is to be a good vegan mentor by being a healthy vegan (more exercise, less processed food, more sleep), educating people in a fun and positive manner and of course sharing great food!!

Natalie Cunningham - The Vegan Woman

Natalie Cunningham – The Vegan Woman

10. Natalie Cunningham

My resolution is to bring up another healthy vegan little girl. Otherwise my hope is not to succumb to junk food/fast food in the midst of the beautiful chaos I am about to dive into…

Scott Renwick11. Scott David Renwick

My New Year’s resolution to express myself through vegan Youtube videos, it’s something new, it’s outside of my comfort zone and it allows for healthy outlet based on harnessing and improving skills.

Anna Thorley12. Anna Thorley

My resolution would be something along the lines of reading more. There are so many books out there for vegan advocates, and more loosely for activists for other worthy causes, a whole world of thought, knowledge, and ideas that we could learn from and use to strengthen our own stance… I’ve barely tapped into it. I would like 2014 to be the year that I do ‘healthy reading’ – sort of like healthy eating (which I should do also, but let’s be realistic and just stick to one resolution!!) but for the brain. Has anyone got any recommendations? Please post below!

The Vegan Woman13. The Vegan Woman team

As The Vegan Woman team, we are setting a resolution to bring you, our readers, the best, most helpful and interesting content we possibly can in 2014!

you14. What is your New Year’s resolution?

Share with us to inspire and encourage us all.

Happy New Year everybody!

May this year bring an abundance of people to the vegan lifestyle of compassion, awareness and ethics. Happy 2014!



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Founder, Director and Chief Editor of The Vegan Woman

Sivan is the founder, director, and chief editor of The Vegan Woman. As a vegan lifestyle expert and public speaker, Sivan leads interactive workshops and online communities that help men and women make the transition into veganism and plant-based diets an enjoyable and uplifting journey.

Sivan is also a writer and contributor on various vegan-living topics, and has been featured on CNN’s Eatocracy, Vegan Weddings HQ, Vegan Views, Vegan Lifestyle magazine, and other national and international platforms.

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