“Unforgettable Christmas Family Vacation Ideas”
“The holidays are the perfect opportunity to enjoy a break from daily routines and take a family vacation. What’s more, traveling often means introducing children to new cultures and unfamiliar languages, landscapes, and food. Traveling provides a different type of learning and education that school doesn’t teach.
Whether you want the convenience of an all-inclusive resort or the adventure of forging your own trails, exploring new places can be a learning opportunity for children, as well as an unforgettable bonding experience for the whole family”.
Read full article in Travel + Leisure HERE
It was also republished on MSN and Yahoo
Published in WestJet Magazine
“Five Must-Try Vegan Restaurants In Toronto”
“Vegan dining in Toronto has never been more delicious. Tasty plant-based food can be found throughout the city, with unique dishes to satisfy all cravings”.
For a complete list of vegan restaurants in Toronto visit Toronto Vegetarian Association
For more information on going vegan check out PETA’s 30 day vegan pledge
“Dear Tilikum, we are sorry we couldn’t save you. We tried. We will always love you”.
Published in Sheknows
My latest article about Tilikum – 5 life lessons my son and I learned from SeaWorld’s killer whale, Tilikum. Tilikum has lived in captivity for over 30 years in a small tank. He belongs in the ocean with his family. Please do not buy a ticket to marine parks or aquariums.
Be the voice for the voiceless and speak out against captivity!
Photos: Miriam Porter
Published in The Washington Post
Noah and I follow a plant-based diet (no meat, fish, dairy or eggs) because we love animals. In light of the WHO announcement that eating bacon can cause cancer, it’s the perfect time to think about tasty and humane alternatives to eating meat. Check out my article; Eating bacon can kill you. Here’s how my kid eats a plant-based diet, for four things I’ve learned that might help before your next visit to the grocery store.
Photo: Miriam Porter – Wishing Well Sanctuary
“If you don’t encourage children to eat dogs, why encourage them to eat pigs?”
ABOVE PHOTO: With our friends – Esther The Wonder Pig and dog Shelby
Please check out my latest article for The Huffington Post Canada about raising kind, loving, and compassionate vegan kids.
Excited it has surpassed FIFTEEN THOUSAND likes! Thank you to everyone that shared it on Facebook and Twitter!!
Wishing Well Animal Sanctuary – Photo by Vanessa Sarges