Thanks for joining me! The secret to getting ahead is getting started —Mark Twain Who am I? Hello! My name is Abigail Woodson, I'm 20 years old & currently in the last semester of my junior year at Texas State University. I've been an athlete all my life; my main sports being gymnastics, basketball, wrestling, and … Continue reading The Journey Begins
Which tools were effective/not so effective? The tools that were effective were definitely the premade skins for the website. I liked that I could go through the premade already designed website skeletons and choose one. I ended up choosing one that I think really goes with the whole health/wellness vibe of my whole blog, and … Continue reading Blog Stats
Everyone knows vegan baked goods can be made, and can be made to taste amazing! That being said, most people (especially those who aren't vegan) assume that vegan baked goods must be made from scratch. While they most definitely can be made from scratch, they also can be made from pre-packaged mix! The only caveat … Continue reading How to make store bought cookie mix vegan!
By choosing to join the military people give up many freedoms civilians have, and take for granted every day. In the military you don't choose where you live. You go wherever the military needs you at that moment. You don't get to have tattoos wherever you want of whatever you want. Especially in the Marine … Continue reading Is being vegan in the U.S. military possible?
Most of us have grown up our whole lives consuming meat and animal products. Don't feel bad about it! It's the society we live in, and right now by reading blogs like mine and others you're taking steps to become a healthier and cruelty free individual. Becoming vegan for some people it tough, and I … Continue reading Why did I go vegan?
With Thanksgiving/family holidays coming up, i've been getting a lot more comments lately about how "inconvenient" veganism is. They could never do it because they don't want to be a burden, or they'd want to go out to eat with friends. I have a couple of things to say to this... 1. Friends should accommodate … Continue reading The “Inconvenience” of Veganism
Let me just start off by saying this is a 100% positive review of Brittany and Williams blog. If you're looking for some tea, sorry to disappoint. So i'm just going to give you some examples of why this blog is so amazing, The layout is simple, and easy on the eyes This is definitely … Continue reading “I Love Vegan” blog review
Feminism and veganism Whenever I say this one out loud many times I get rolled eyes, and scoffs. Sometimes people get personally offended and laugh at me or insult me. For some reason veganism and feminism make people so up in arms. Many people have feminist ideals (gender equality) and even refuse to identify as a … Continue reading Feminism & Veganism
Intersectionality That's right folks, veganism has everything to do with rights. Minority rights, LGBT rights, women's rights, etc. it has to do with all of them. Why? Intersectionality. Intersectionality: used to refer to the complex and cumulative way that the effects of different forms of discrimination (such as racism, sexism, and classism) combine, overlap, and … Continue reading What does veganism have to do with minority rights?
There are so many misconceptions about veganism. Mostly coming from stereotypes and misinformation on the topic. I get it we all like to laugh, sometimes the vegan memes on Imgur and Instagram make me laugh too. The only problem I have with them is it spreads ignorant ideals as if they're fact. Some people will … Continue reading Debunking common vegan misconceptions part 1