Travel that Helps or Hinders the Vegan

For most people these days, travel seems like something we used to do and yet the challenge facing vegans just leaving their homes, often triggers vystopia. However, many people do travel for their work or pleasure and it’s worth preparing for the challenges facing vegans in this not-yet vegan world.

In this episode on the World Vegan Travel Podcast, I explore what you can do to cope with vystopia when travelling, whether near or far, and how to travel with non-vegans who have yet to open their eyes to the ubiquitous nature of animal exploitation.

I hope this leaves you feeling more confident navigating this not-yet vegan world and hopeful travel offers opportunities to advocate for veganism in meaningful ways.

CLICK below to listen to the episode:

S2 Ep 13 | Travel that Helps (and Hinders) our Mental Health | Clare Mann

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