Good good links #31

It’s another Sunday and aside from the fact that last time we talked it was winter still* not much has changed. Same old, same old so we’re talking favourites again. Don’t forget to tell me yours from the week and be back later for some Spill it Sunday action! Until then: Happy Sunday!

*and as Germany hasn’t gotten full alert of spring yet it doesn’t feel like that around here yet, either

Good good links

 

Good good [food for thought]

Changing Focus via Nut Butter Runner

The goal in life shouldn’t be perfection but happiness and balance.

Why Everyone Ahould Try Therapy via Better with Sprinkles

Awesome post removing the stigma from therapy – because it’s nothing to be ashamed of and beneficial in every situation in life.

Are you doing your blog a disservice? via Sprouts ‘n’ Squats

Some things you might want to consider before participating in every link-up out there.

Good good [advice and inspiration]

5 Things I Miss About Weighing More Than 300 Pounds via Mind Body Green

A must-read for all ladies.

9 Every Day Stretches For a Healthy Body via the sweet life

Wanting to prevent further injuries I’ve been looking for a few good basic stretch moves and these seem great.

Top Tips for Naturally Nourished Skin via Nourish by Melissa

Good tips for taking care of your skin from the inside and out.

How To Get The Worst Night’s Sleep Of Your Life via Huffington Post

Struggling with sleep? Here’s why we might be.

How Anyone Can Learn to Cook via Mind Body Green

[aside from the fact it’s a bit advertising] Ideas on how to get into the kitchen [or back after losing your cooking mojo].

Do what you can via Chelsea’s Healthy Kitchen

Life gets busy at times and none of us are superwomen: prioritize and take care of your health, don’t stress.

Bolder Blogging: Writing With Intention via CotterCrunch

What is your intention when blogging??

What If, For A Moment via Battle of the Bites

A beautiful line of thoughts – or, maybe, hopefully more than that if we try?!

What Paleo Gets Right: A Vegan Cardiologist Explains via Mind Body Green

Even if – like me – you’re far from considering paleo this is an interesting read and might possibly help smoothen the waters between proponents of the vegan and paleo diet?!

 

Good good [food]

Chunky Monkey Snack Bites via Running with Spoons

With only seven wholesome ingredients there’s hardly an excuse not to try these little bites of heaven – unless you’re waiting for your bananas to ripen ;).

Chai Apple Chips via Fit Foodie Finds

If the ice cream last week was any indicator: chai spices are favourites of mine and here they make apple chips even better.

Hazelnut Butter-Chocolate Chip Muffins via Coconut and Berries

The winning combination of nuts and chocolate combined in these sweet treats.

The Best Chewy Vegan and Gluten-Free Brownies via edible perspective

Need I say more?!

Happiness inducing today: Sleeping in.

 

What were some of your favourite reads from the week?

Share your thoughts if you read any of the above already!

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10 thoughts on “Good good links #31

  1. Ksenija @ With An Open Mind says:

    I love to get some Sunday reads from a good good link up 😉 and though I am following Mind Body Green I missed out on the “What Paleo Gets Right” article. Sounds really interesting, especially since I am working on a post about plant-based eating at the moment, so I will definitely read it!

  2. Chelsea's Healthy Kitchen says:

    Thanks for the shout out girl! 🙂 And thanks for all the interesting reads. I really liked the one by Sprouts n Squats. I don’t participate in link ups for the same reasons as she listed – I feel bad for being such a party pooper, but that’s just not what I want the focus of my blog to be. Also, wow, those brownies from Edible Perspective look amazing!

    • Miss Polkadot says:

      Don’t feel like a party pooper. Reading Jan’s post gave great insight on why some people don’t join link-ups. In fact, I’ve been easing up on my link-up participation lately, too. Forcing content just to take part doesn’t seem honest.

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