Good good links #34

Hello!

Okay, so there’s a snazzy way to describe an awesome last day of the week [Sunday funday!] – but where’s the equally as appreciative term for a really good Saturday? Looks like I’ll have to come up with my own because today [writing this Saturday night as usual] shaped up to be a really good one. That being said I hope that whichever day you’re reading this on will be awesome for you, too.

Good good links

As usual here are some great posts I happened upon this week. Let me know your favourites, too!

 

Good good [food for thought]

Gluten? Dairy? Paleo? Vegan? So Confusing! via My Food ‘n’ Fitness Diaries

Whichever diet you choose to follow: there’s no right or wrong. Just do what feels good for you.

‘Year Of No Sugar’: The Schaub Family Went Sugar Free For An Entire Year via Huffington Post

Going sugar-free for a year in a sugar-filled world: a family’s experiences and takeaway.

why 1200 is so, so wrong via the Real Life RD

 Further proof that the ‘magical’ number isn’t magical at all.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

rut the heck? 4 ways to get out of a rut. via Girl meets Life

Great advice on overcoming the dreaded rut everybody finds themselves in every now and then.

dating today via Build your Bliss

Lessons in looking for ‘the one’ – most important: love yourself.

How to embody ease via Sarah Jenks

Little changes that can help us feel happier and more content in every day.

Being social while being healthy and vice versa – 5 tips via Fit Swiss Chick

We don’t have to choose one above the other but can make both work at the same time.

6 Things Shy People Can Teach Us About Success via Huffington Post

Why being a little timid isn’t all negative and how to make good use of our natural traits.

When is the perfect time to get your sweat on? via Mrs. Murphy’s Law of Fitness

 Morning, evening or midday: Find your personal fit. There’s no one perfect time to work out but different benefits to all.

 

Blogging

Office Etiquette: Social Media Savvy via Lauren Conrad

Why we might want to think twice about when and what we’re posting.

Good good [things to make you smile]

How To Order Coffee Like A Local In 26 Countries via Business Insider

For all coffee drinkers out there.

How Badly Do You Suffer From Writer’s Block? via BuzzFeed

Answering this truthfully might be slightly embarrassing…

Good good [food]

Vegan and Flourless Almond Butter Banana Blender Muffins via the sweet {tooth} life

Easy to prepare, minimal clean-up and many delicious ingredients combined.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chickpea Cookies via The Almond Eater

Sneaky legumes in good-for-you cookies – win!

Vegan Taiwanese Shaved Ice via The Pancake Princess

An unusual dessert that’s both simple to make and impressive.

The First RAW Vegan Butterfinger Candy Bar via The Vegan 8

Bye, bye, Butterfinger! Dried mulberries are the secret caramel-y ingredient in this mind-blowing spin.

Nut Butter Breakfast Cookie Dough via The Big Man’s World

Have your cake cookie dough and eat it – for breakfast or any time of the day, really.

Homemade orange honey body wash via The Fitnessista

A non-food recipe that lets you feel good about what you’re washing your body with.

 

Happiness inducing today: Meeting a friend I hadn’t seen in a while.

Stay in touch!

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What have been some of your favourite posts from the week?

 

 

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11 thoughts on “Good good links #34

  1. GiGi Eats Celebrities says:

    That article about a year without sugar. I find it funny because I have been without sugar for 12 years. Where’s my HP story? LMFAO!!!!!! 😉

    And now I am about to take that BuzzFeed Quiz, BRB: DUDE! I AM FURRY FOCUSED!! Ah ha ha! I can do no wrong apparently and I am not easily distract………….. BUZZFEED LIES! lol! However, I actually don’t really suffer writer’s block too often!

  2. Emily says:

    I just got so giddy over being included this week- thank you!

    I read that article about the no sugar for a year and thought it was interesting but also very extreme. They definitely made their point thought!

    And that nut butter cookie dough looks amazing! Any time I can justify cookie dough for breakfast, I’m there. (:

    • Miss Polkadot says:

      It definitely seemed extreme and they had some obvious findings – yes, sugar is everywhere these days and cutting it out will help refine our taste again – but it still was interesting. Especially to go for it as a whole family.
      The breakfast part was most intriguing to me about the cookie dough, too. Childhood happenings healthified. (:

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