Good good links #19

Can you believe it’s the last Sunday in 2013 already? Not to sound like an old lady but where did time go? I’d be dishing up all kinds of clichée sentences if I tried to whine about the year passing by at lighting speed but just let me tell you I do feel that way. Now that I got that off my chest: It’s also the last time I’m sharing some of my favourite posts in 2013. Not like there weren’t awesome posts every week but I somehow felt like everybody was sharing an additional lot of great posts during this last full week of the year. So the links below are just a fraction of all inspiring, helpful, hilarious and delicious posts I noticed this week. Enjoy and let me know any I might have missed!

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However you choose to to spend this last Sunday of the year I hope it’s a great one for you.

Happy Sunday!

Good good [food for thought]

The Day After Christmas: A Lament via Goins, Writer

Summing up the post-Christmas blues feelings many of us [apparently] are experiencing precisely. What is it that we expect from Christmas, really?

Resolutions Are Not Just For the New Year via Catching my Breath

Why wait until January 1st to commit to new goals?

Good good [advice and inspiration]

10 Small Changes Everyone Should Make Next Year via Huffington Post

Stopping to diet, getting more sleep and being kind to yourself are good ‘resolutions’ to set – not just for the new year but any given day [see previous link 🙂 ].

Avoiding post-holiday food guilt via the Real Life RD

Let feelings of gratitude replace those of guilt and weight gain worries. “Because food is just food until we let our minds convince us otherwise.”

Holiday Weight Gain (And Being OK with It!) via Your Trainer Page

It’s a good idea not to go overboard on the indulgences but a little extra holiday weight isn’t a shame, either.

Use The 80/20 Rule To Improve Your Life! Here’s How via Mind Body Green

Positive thinking, food, time management and exercise: Staying true to your goals by allowing some flexibility in all areas of life.

3 Tips for the Tech Junkie – Be Healthy and Connected via Hayley Hobson

Don’t let the desire to be connected cut off real-life connections. Unplugging can feel amazing.

Running is like via Olive to Run

Any runner will agree with this.

How To Survive The Post-Holiday Blues via Huffington Post

Setting goals, socializing and exercise can help beat the off feeling after the holidays.

68 Mostly Free Ways to Entertain Yourself at Home via Savvy Sugar

For those boring [Sun]days when nobody is around.

Customizable Instragram calendar via going home to roost

Christmas might be over but this is a cute gift idea for any occasion.

How to Use a Lemon to Clean Stained Food Containers via Real Simple

Remember my mention of squash-stained Tupperware? I know I’ll definitely give this one a try.

Good good [things to make you smile]

20 New Year’s Resolutions For The Foodie via HuffPost Food

Is the Instagram diet on your list of resolutions already 😉 ?

Because Sometimes Tweets About Body Image Can Be Funny via POPSUGAR

“My thighs touch because they’re still deeply in love.” – Yes to taking body woes with a grain of salt.

Victoria’s Secret Models Secret TWERK Session… Caught On Video via TMZ

I’m not usually one to share those ‘funny videos’ but I’m making an exception for my twerking friends ;).

Good good [food]

Fruit and Nut Shortbread Cookies via Prevention RD

Shortbread has never sounded this good before.

Tiramisu Cheesecake Brownies via Vegan Richa

Tiramisu. Cheesecake. Brownies. Could these get any better?

Peppermint Bark Raw Brownies via Peachy Palate

Spotting a theme? There can never be too many brownie recipes in one post and these couldn’t be more different from the first ones yet look just as spectacular.

Sage Polenta Bowls with Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Wild Mushrooms via Oh my Veggies

Elegant and featuring some of the best flavours of the season.

Vegan Spanakopita via Produce On Parade

An intriguing spin on the Greek classic.

Italian Spice Superfood Stew via Mind Body Green

She had me at “coziness, relaxation and unique textures” – a stew for the soul.

 

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