Spring Break V 2015 - Official Blog Roll

This Sunday marks the first day of #SpringBreakV, a fun, vegan campaign that highlights fresh recipes, spring break fitness, spring break fashion, and travel.  Here are the official blogs that are participating:

Bubbles and Booyah
Boston-based blogger L hosts a web space where fashion, fitness and (vegetarian) food collide.  And champagne, obviously.  She’s going vegan for Lent this year and is training for her second half marathon.

Joie de Vivre Cupcakes
Hailing from Slovenia, Pia creates some pretty fantastic vegan recipes, including vegan croissants.  Check out her blog and Instagram feed.

Life Gone Vegan
Perri shares her original recipes for vegans and others with dietary restrictions. All recipes listed on her site are vegan.  Many recipes also avoid ingredients with gluten, soy, corn, and refined sugar.

Little Miss Vegan Cakes Kitchen
As a vegan endurance athlete, Daisy has to keep up her energy and strength.  She features recipes and recommendations on her blog.

Morsels and Moonshine
Aileen fuses her love of writing with her passion for mindful eating. On her vegan dessert blog, she focuses on using sustainable whole foods without compromising flavor.  And there’s booze too.

My Kind Closet
Stephanie inspires her readers to ditch the leather, wool, and silk in favor of a kinder style.  She shares tips for eating kindly and how to incorporate kind products into everyday life.  See her Instagram feed here.

Peanut Butter and Ellie
Ellie features delicious vegan recipes on her blog and shares what living a vegan lifestyle in high school is like.  She also features fitness and travel topics as well – Ellie recently went to Asia!

Pumpkin & Peanut Butter
North Carolina-based blogger Liz shares her love of healthy foods and whole ingredients. You will find mostly vegetarian dishes, plenty of sweets, and lots of love.

Quinoa and Cookies
Becky has a passion for cooking and baking, and loves experimenting with new ingredients and bold flavors. She maintains a gluten-free lifestyle due to Celiac Disease, and while she’s neither vegan nor vegetarian, she does favor a veggie-heavy diet.

The Whole Ingredient
Hailing from the UK, Laura shares healthy, delicious, whole food plant-based recipes that can be made in under an hour. Simple to make and full of flavour: recipes that won't cost the Earth.

This Vegan Whimsy
After having terrible migraines and stomach trouble, Hannah switched to a vegan diet and her problems have rapidly decreased.  She shares her culinary creations so that others may benefit from a plant-based diet too.

Please take the time to follow all of these wonderful bloggers and remember to follow the hashtag campaign #SpringBreakV.

I'll be posting and reposting their content on my social media as well.  Be sure to follow!  Next Monday, I will provide a #SpringBreakV compilation post.


Calling All Vegan Bloggers!

Calling all vegan bloggers!   Morsels and Moonshine wants to showcase the best vegan blogs for spring break.  With that said, it doesn’t mean that you have to do extra work; please plan to do your scheduled postings.  We’re giving you the opportunity to link up with other vegan bloggers via social media.

You can share vegan recipes, fashion, DIY projects, travel tips, etc.  Any topic that can be related to both veganism and spring break!  Tag your social media with #SpringBreakV so we can easily find and feature you.  Please consider featuring other bloggers on your sites and social as well.  You can make your own “Spring Break V” page on your blog to explain the collaborative (or you totally don’t have to), or you can link here.

To be featured on the blog roll, please email aileen@morselsandmoonshine.com by March 20, 2015 for this spring break series.  Include your name, your blog's name, one sentence description of your blog, plus your social media handles.

All posts and tags with “Spring Break V” will begin on March 22, 2015 and can continue through March 28, 2015.  It’s only one week, so M&M will do daily features and reposts on social media, with one roundup at the end.  This is just a grassroots way to get to know other bloggers with the same goals and build our tribes.

It would be great to end your posts with something like this:
This post is part of Spring Break V, a collaboration among vegan and veg-friendly bloggers. Follow along on social media at #SpringBreakV. Want to learn more or become a contributor? Find out more here.

Please feel free to use this badge on your blog posts: