Good good links #35

Hello there and happy Easter!

Even though it’s Easter I’m afraid to say I still don’t come bearing gifts [of the egg-shaped and chocolate variety]  ut you’ll forgive me. Because I still have some good reads to share that we might argue can’t rival chocolate but I think it’s important to have food for the brain and belly. Enjoy your brain food now or save for after you’ve successfully completed the Easter egg hunt [just don’t make me jealous]!

Good good links

Good good [food for thought]

How Getting Called Fat Actually Improved My Body Image via Mind Body Green

Don’t let others define your self-worth or keep you from checking in with yourself.

 Envy is Ignorance via Kenzie Life

When comparison keeps us stuck instead of motivating us it’s time to step back and focus on our own journey.


Good good [advice and inspiration]

14 Habits Of People With A Healthy Relationship To Food via HuffPost Food

 Mindful eating, no off-limit foods or making up for meals: the signs of intuitiveness and a relaxed behaviour towards eating.

The Answer to Every Fitness Question via Brittany Lesser

 “It depends”: Just because something works for somebody else doesn’t mean it’ll help you achieve your personal goals, too.

76 Genius Ways to Use Coconut Oil in Your Everyday Life via Greatist

Not just good for cooking!

Focus on the change via The Lyons’ Share

 Stop waiting on the final result and celebrate every baby step towards your goal[s].

Inner Bitch vs. Inner Narcissist via Snack Therapy

” Say nice things to yourself.  Be kind.  Be outrageous.”


11 helpful wordpress plugins . via Running with Spoons

Great advice to turn your [self-hosted] blog into an even better and more reader-friendly read by using plugins.

5 Tips To Improve Your SEO via The Healthy Maven

 Finding and being found: key in the online world. Here’s how to make sure others will find your little space in the blog world.


Good good [things to make you smile]

 You’ll Be Happy After You Read This Post. via Peanut Butter Lover

If this post doesn’t make you happy then… But it will.

I Hate Hashtags via Long Drive Journey

Can we please agree on hashtag moderation? #thankyouverymuch


Good good [food] 

Chipotle Chocolate Chili with Baked Polenta via Coffee & Quinoa

Chocolate in chili is amazing as is and this takes it up a notch.

Roasted Cauliflower & Chickpeas w/ Tahini & Za’atar via The Healthy Maven

A simple but intriguing vegetable dish featuring my favourite legume.

Tunisian Chickpea & Cabbage Shakshouka via the taste space

Traditional shakshouka minus the eggs but plus chickpeas – right up my alley!

Easy Cadbury Creme Eggs (Vegan- & Paleo-friendly) via Detoxinista

Just five [pronouncable!] ingredients and even more tempting than the original.

Dirt Cake with Chia Seed Pudding via Yeah, imma eat that

Not so dirty but actually elegant spin on chia pudding that might even convert a chia pudding skeptic like me.

 Erdbeer-Streusel-Käsekuchen via Eat Up Your Greens [German blog]

A vegan cheesecake even a non-cheesecake person’s dreams are made of.

5 White Vegetables You Should Eat More Of (And Why) via HuffPost Food

And here’s why white food isn’t bad. Reasons to eat even more of our favourite pale vegetable friends.


How are your celebrating Easter or – if you don’t celebrate – spending your Sunday?

What were some of your favourite reads from the week?

9 thoughts on “Good good links #35

  1. Katherine says:

    You’re so so sweet for mentioning my post here! I’m obsessed with your good links posts! I’ve already bookmarked over half of these posts, and I’ve spent almost 20 minutes reading the other ones! I hope have a lovely Easter xx

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