After the success of the Vegan Cuts Snack boxes, the latest venture for Vegan Cuts are regional care boxes! The process is currently in the fundraising stage and Vegan Cuts has set up a fundraising page where you can get more details and donate.
The first regional care package is for my homestate of Oregon! Currently set up to be included in the Tastes of Oregon care package are the following vegan and gluten-free products:
- Missionary Chocolates Salted Vanilla Caramel Truffles – 2 piece box
- Jem Raw Chocolate Cinnamon Red Maca Almond Butter – 6 oz jar
- Maggie Bell Naturals PopLOCO – 4 oz package
- Pacific Northwest Kale Chips Cheezy Crunch – 2 oz bag
- Rox Chox Raw Chocolate Square – .75 oz
- Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce – 10.5 oz bottle
- Oregon Cracker Company Garden Vegetable Crackers – 7 oz bag
- Blue Lotus Chai Masala Chai Tea – .5 oz stand-up pouch (17 cups of tea)
- Butler Foods Soy Curls – 8 oz bag
- Herbivore Clothing Company Stickers – 2 stickers
- Food Fight! Grocery Sticker – 1 sticker
Sounds great, doesn’t it? I know that I can’t wait to get my hands on one!
They are also offering special items for those who donate various amounts. You could get some really cute Vegan Cuts temporary tattoos, a Vegan Cuts necklace, and even goodies from Chicago Vegan Foods and Simply Straws! With any donation of $10.00 or more, you also get a vote on where the next regional care package will be from. I personally think a $20.00 donation is worth the temporary tattoos alone. Have you seen how cute they are? The artichoke one is adorable!
If you look at the fundraiser page, you can see that Vegan Cuts is very near it’s fundraising goal. This is great news!! However, the more that they can raise, the more regional boxes they can do in the future. Imagine how exciting it would be to see a regional box from the place you’re from? It’s even more exciting to try brands from areas you’ve never been to.
What do you think about the Vegan Cuts new regional care packages? Do you plan to sign up to receive one or two (or more!) of them?
Image Credit: Vegan Cuts
Nail polish is one of the easiest ways to change up your look. Just a quick coat or two of polish and your style can be updated and your entire mood can be lifted. I had started following a.dorn Nail Polish on Instagram a while ago. This cruelty free and vegan polish line has several highly pigmented shades. When I was offered to try some for review, I jumped at the chance. Not only are a.dorn polishes cruelty free and vegan, but they are also free of toulene, DBP, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, and camphor.
The two shades of a.dorn polish that I was sent for review are Violet Moon and Sail on Silver Girl. As you can see from the above picture, both are highly pigmented. Violet Moon is a lovely mix of purple and grey. I love that it’s a neutral shade with some depth. Sail on Silver Girl is pretty and sparkly, but not glittery. It’s much more chic than most silver nail polish out there.
Read the full post to see swatches of both shades of nail polish from a.dorn!
There’s also a special discount for readers of Logical Harmony!!! At checkout, enter the discount code BLOGLOVE2 to receive $2.00 off any polish from a.dorn, including 3-packs. Unlimited use until May 31, 2013.
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My buffalo cauliflower recipe has been on heavy rotation in our house. The other night I made buffalo cauliflower, baked BBQ tofu, and steamed kale and chard sprinkled with hemp seeds. It was the perfect meal for the warm weather we’ve been having this week. Have you made buffalo cauliflower yet? I’d love to hear what you think! Please tag me (@logicalharmony) in Instagram pictures, Tweet at me (@logicalharmony), etc.! I’d love to see your pictures and find out what you think!
I finished reading Seasons of Life by Jim Rohn and have moved on to The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. This book is based on such a logical principal – that it’s the little things we do that really add up and effect our lives. It’s almost surprising how little many of tend to take that approach to our actual lives. So far, it’s been a great read and really motivational. It’s also really helped me put some small things into action to get Logical Harmony where I want it to be in the future.
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