Happy New Year! We can all agree that 2020 is not going to be missed. Yesterday we finally celebrated hope for a better tomorrow. During 2020 and all of the unexpected self-contained time we spent in the safe surroundings of our homes, we became aware of the many sorrows that humans are capable of creating.
We can also agree that it’s going to take each one of us to make a better tomorrow. It’s not going to happen just because the calendar now says “2021.” I want to give you some actionable steps, changes, and educational opportunities you can take advantage of to make this year better!
Because I want my 2021 to be surrounded by people that love themselves and others.
Let’s make 2021 a compassionate year for all of us. Join Vegan Wines in 2021 to make each day better through kindness to animals, humans (including yourself), and the earth. Let’s take this journey through life knowing we did the best we could for ourselves and others.
Start by taking small steps to do good. Here are a few ideas for how to do that in 2021.
I encourage you to join DawnWatch.
DawnWatch is the only animal advocacy organization entirely focused on shaping mainstream media. Karen Dawn’s mission is to encourage and facilitate positive media coverage of animal issues. What I personally love about Dawn is how she shares the truth by describing it in a way it makes sense and without judging – she just wants to share awareness along with kindness.
I also encourage you to join Veganuary.
Take the Veganuary Pledge. Veganuary is the world’s largest vegan movement, inspiring people to try out a vegan lifestyle for January and potentially the rest of the year. Join and explore ways you can be kind to yourself by eating better for your health (mentally and physically). We also have a special Veganuary bundle in our shop that we’ve curated as supporters with Veganuary.
Shop our Veganuary Bundle to try more plant-based products!
A must-read to learn more about the importance of soil
Vegan Wines will continue to share the reasons why it’s so important to source vegan wines starting from the soil using veganic farming techniques. We hope to make this a series in 2021, and we’d also like to share a great article by Tanuvi Joe (@greenqueen).
In this article, Tanuvi states that with our growing climate concerns, there is a constant need to change the way land is used for farming and other agricultural practices. Veganic farming, a mostly unknown yet vital new way of stewarding the Earth’s lands, will not only help to preserve the environment but also regenerate soil fertility and replenish the biodiversity around it. Veganic farming will tackle the increasing greenhouse gas emissions caused by current farming methods as well as financially empower farmers across the globe.
Also, another great article for Veganuary by Vega Vega