Vegan in Bellingham Blog Stuff
Apologies for not updating yesterday, which is what I usually do on Sundays. Yesterday was my husband's birthday and I felt more like celebrating than blogging! Additionally, I have been working on another guest post for the Vegan Delights Series on the Downtown Bellingham Partnership blog, and this time the topic will be vegan desserts. There are a number of great options to choose from in downtown Bellingham, as I am sure most of you already know, and it's been fun getting to "research" this particular topic...
I also worked a bit today on revamping and updating this blog, unlinking and suppressing some old posts that are out-of-date, and adding some notes to some reviews of restaurants that I still love but haven't written about in awhile. I plan on continuing to make updates and improvements to this site, and I also hope to start making regular updates to my neglected site, Vegan Product Reviews as well so watch for those posts coming soon!
In the meantime, thanks for being patient with me and thanks for continually inspiring me to keep going with these projects. You guys are the reason I keep working on all of this stuff and it's because of the connections I make with all of you that this is so rewarding.
Which brings me to my last topic for today... I am interested in launching a series of my own on this blog called "Vegans in Bellingham." I am imagining a regular (monthly or every-other-monthly) feature of a vegan who lives in Bellingham. It would include a photo of their choice + a Q&A section about being vegan and being vegan in Bellingham. It would be another fun way for the vegans in this community to connect with each other, and I already have a few people in mind who I may be hitting up for participation in this series! If you are someone who is interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. (And for the record, you don't necessarily need to be "in" Belingham to participate. Bring it on Skagit & Whatcom County vegans, as well as our BC neighbors! Vegan connections don't need to be restricted by geographical boundaries.) :)