The minute I started writing November Fox, I realised that every vegan has the motivation to be a voice for the animals in some way. When I started being a voice for the animals through songs, writing children’s books, and now by starting IN VEGANS WE TRUST, I’ve felt like I’m at least helping to bring awareness to veganism. I don’t have to come face-to-face with the dark side of animal agriculture, but I can still make a contribution to ending it.
That being said, I really do admire the powerful vegan activists who organise protests and expose what’s really happening.
Besides living a vegan lifestyle, what are your other hobbies or passions?
Well, I’m too involved and committed to my projects to have time for hobbies, but here is a list of things I love. Some of this list is printed in the back of the children’s books I write, but I’ve added a few more to it here.
I deeply love the people in my life, animals, going on adventures, deep talks with friends (about the nature of reality, consciousness, philosophy, relationships, the world and the universe) Netflix in bed on my amazing Tempur mattress, open fires, thunderstorms, games, playing soccer, nature, writing books and music, tofu satay (my naughty version that I only allow myself twice a year at Birthday and Christmas), watching stars in the night sky, Peep Show, learning new things, deep and earthy vegan red wine, rainbows, Body Combat (martial arts based fitness), freshly made juices, sunshine, creamy vegan pasta, drum & bass, saunas and spas, playing concerts, my flannelette pyjamas, problem-solving, vegan craft beer, unicorns, vegan burgers, green rolling hills with intense purple clouds above with a lone sunbeam shining through, laughter, celebrating, holistic health, personal development, lucid dreaming, ALL yummy vegan food, dress up parties, sunsets and following joy…
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