Helpful Social Media Accounts


Firstly, have you joined my community? I have a private Facebook group designed to help moms reach their health goals. It’s a positive, non-judgmental safe space where all questions are welcome. We have plenty of meal ideas and brainstorming, too!

If you hadn’t already guessed, we love Earthling Ed here. He explains a multitude of vegan-related topics, in a calm and simplified way. Click to keep up with his Facebook page. Stay vegan on the go with The Hectic Vegan, and find vegan products anywhere with Accidentally Vegan UK. Another fantastic all-around resource is VeggieVision.TV, with resources, competitions and even a dating site for vegans!

Facebook private groups: for parents, check out UK Vegetarian and Vegan Parents – you can get great advice from mums and dads. Plus, Vegan Supermarket Finds UK will keep you up-to-date with new products.


Follow hashtags #veganfamily #newvegan and #veganlife for constant inspiration. Vegan Classroom is also a very informative account. For UK vegan food finds, check our Vegandaily UK.


Twitter is an amazing platform to chat with like-minded people. For news and information, try LiveKindly and PlantBasedNews. For activism and hard truths, follow Herbivore. Just want animal cuteness to brighten your feed? Try Esther out for size.


Pinterest is great for recipes, beauty buys and vegan travel guides. Plant Based Scotty has a range of both easy and complex recipes to suit all. For healthy desserts, try out When Sweet becomes Healthy. You can also check out my own group board, Really Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners and Vegan Mom Lifestyle. Globe-trotters can follow Slow Vegan Travel and Nomadic Vegan.


For veganism with a side of funny, pop over to Healthy Crazy Cool. For practical tips with a friendly face, watch Living The Life You Love. Londoners should definitely subscribe to LDN Vegans. And don’t leave out my favourite Earthling, Ed!