Latest issue of T.O.F.U. magazine
Following-up from issues that covered such things as disordered eating, chronic illness, and mental health, the latest release of T.O.F.U. Magazine focuses on burnout, and it’s now available.
Whether it’s in a school, a sanctuary, an online community, or anywhere else, burnout is a possibility for everyone, and T.O.F.U. #14 contains the stories of just how it’s touched a number of vegans. From an in-depth conversation with Michelle Carrera of Chilis on Wheels to a reflection on just what it means to lose a rescue animal, this issue helps to illustrate just why we need to talk about burnout and what it is we might be able to do to avoid it.
“As a vegan for over a decade, I’ve seen people come and go from within the community,” says Ryan Patey, T.O.F.U.’s Editor and Co-Founder. “I’m not just talking about ex-vegans who went back to consuming animal products for whatever reason. I’m also talking about those vegans who decided to step back from being active in the community. In the latest issue, I wanted to focus on how this can happen, and why we should try to stop it.”
As always, the magazine doesn’t avoid being critical of the vegan and animal rights community, and it promotes a diversity of voices as people from around the world share their views on burnout and what it means to them.
Interested readers can find the latest issue, as well as all past issues, available through a pay-what-you-can system in the online store.
Click here to access the magazine.