Vegan Camp Out 2022 – Review and Advice

So, after my experience at Vegan Camp Out 2022, would I attend next year? There are some amazing acts lined up for Vegan Camp out 2023, including BOSH!, Patrik Baboumian, and Romesh Ranganathan, and it’s taking place at a whole new venue too. With so many incredible activities, speakers, and food vendors, I’ve already booked … Read more

Leaving Vegan Camp Out

On Sunday I decided to start my morning with yoga, as I hadn’t taken part in any of the physical or mindfulness activities yet. The ‘Sunrise and Revive’ class took place in the Mind and Body tent by the lake. It was a very calming way to get ready for the day, and so lovely … Read more

Food, Shade, and Entertainment

The morning of my first full day at Vegan Camp Out I woke up to sunshine lighting up my tent and the sound of birds chirping in the trees. The people who I’d set up camp near were sitting in a circle sharing stories of what they’d got up to the previous night, and chatting … Read more

Apps Leading the Way (to the Festival)

I finished work on Friday 15th July and packed up the car ready for my journey down to Vegan Camp Out. I’d taken some helpful tips from others going and packed some essentials. Alongside my tent, sleeping bag and camping mat I brought snacks, warm clothes, toiletries, Tupperware, and most importantly, toilet roll! Driving to … Read more

Vegan Camp Out – Facebook Targeting Done Right!

Last summer I was targeted with a very specific Facebook advert, showing mean event I’d not heard of before, called Vegan Camp Out – a weekend surrounded by like-minded people with not an animal product in sight… Since going vegan in July of 2019 I’d not stumbled upon many other vegans; I have my Dad, … Read more

The Bigger Picture…

Even though I had made lots of personal progress by cutting out fast fashion, reducing my plastic usage and eliminating animal products from my diet, I still felt like I should be doing more. One of the main struggles I was facing was that it felt like I was up against the world all by … Read more

Animal Agriculture: Human Nature?

Animal Agriculture The last and probably most important step for me was to change my diet. Now I know this is a controversial subject but it’s one that needs to be addressed; animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, habitat loss, species extinction, fresh water usage and ocean dead zones. This is not propaganda, … Read more

Is Plastic Fantastic?

Plastic is amazing. It’s so versatile and can be really hard-wearing, but this also means it takes hundreds of years to deteriorate and break down. This can result in the clogging up of landfills and can seriously affect wildlife, and many items will degrade into microplastics which end up getting washed into the ocean and … Read more

Fast Fashion? Bad Decision.

The first step of my sustainable journey was to drastically change how I shopped. I was a sucker for fast fashion. I’d spend money ordering clothes online that I would only wear once, or buy cheap products that wouldn’t last. Although shops like Primark and H&M might seem appealing with their low prices, they are … Read more

Be the Change You Want to See

For a long time, I had been semi-conscious of the effects that human behaviour was having on the planet. Looking back, I guess I was too lazy to do any proper research and too comfortable to do anything about it. But at the start of 2019, I watched a few documentaries (Climate Change: The Facts, A … Read more