Good good links #41

… and there we are finishing up another week and another month. Sorry I’m not sorry for stating the obvious but: Where in the world did May go?! There’s something very wrong with the speed this year has decided to fly by with. Not so wrong, however, are the continuously great posts all around the blog world – and they’re what you really came for so all is well and  here we go.

Happy Sunday!

Good good links


Good good [food for thought]

Guilt vs. Goal – this is MY style via Fit Swiss Chick

Be you, do you – and don’t let others judgement let you get insecure about the way of living that feels right for you.

20 Things You Need to Accept About Your 20s via Huffington Post

Constantly having to prove yourself, falling on our faces often and adapting to lots of change: our 20s pack in many [hard] lessons we need to learn, deal with and get on with life.

Why I’ll Never Use a Food Journal Again by Robin Hilmantel via The Real Life RD

Don’t let calorie counts rule your life. Eat what you feel like – not what a tracking software ‘allows’ you.

Before We Use Certain Words, We Should All Look At These Pictures. They Might Make Us Think Twice. via Upworthy

Because words can be much more than  ‚just words‘.


Good good [advice and inspiration]

Hunger calling? The clock says ‘No’ via The Big Man’s World

Listen to your internal clock – not the one ticking away on the wall.

Don’t Let Anyone Tell You You Can’t via hello, veggy

Everything is possible as long as we believe in ourselves.

You’re Allowed to Love Your Body via Snack Therapy

The title says it all: do it. Now. No buts and ifs.

On nourishing your soul — for a healthy relationship with food via The Mindful Foodie

 “Never underestimate the importance of ‘feeding’ your innermost self; it affects everything”: Taking care of ourselves every day matters.

5 Tips for Honoring Your Hunger Cues via Breathe and Nourish

Eat when you’re hungry, not already starving and listen to your true cravings without labeling foods.

17 Reasons To Avoid Stress (Infographic) via Mind Body Green

Nobody enjoys being stressed and it can actually have more significant negative impacts on overall health.

19 Remarkably Simple Yet Effective Ways To Combat Anxiety via Serendipity and Creativity

For those moments [and days] where everything is just overwhelming and you need to calm your mind.

Look Up, It’s Good For You via CandyFit

We’re doing well mindfully disconnecting from technology and connecting with our real surroundings at times.

Expect to Offend Some People (be you anyway) via Danielle Dowling

It’s impossible to please everyone – and we shouldn’t.

Insta-cleansing & Insta-fasting via A Dash of Meg

Is Instagram still making you happy? If not it might be time for a cleanse.


Do it yourself

The 52 Easiest And Quickest DIY Projects Of All Time via BuzzFeed

And now I finally know why I’ve needed washi tape for years all along.


Good good [things to make you smile]

You’ve Got To Hear What This Groom Says At The Alter. via faithreel

Hearts bonded through love – and humor.


Good good [food]

Cream Cheese Frosting for Breakfast via Yeah, Imma Eat That

A socially acceptable reason to eat a bowl of frosting in the AM? Yes, please.

Raw Salted Caramel Cups via Keeping Healthy Getting Stylish

Move over, Reese’s. Hello salted (!) caramel!

5 Deliciously Healthy Ways to Use Overripe Bananas via Women’s Health Mag

Because there are never too many ways to incorporate bananas in one’s life.

Nut-Free Chocolate Chunk Cookies via Mangia

Better-for-you treats made with great ingredients like coconut butter, sunflower seed butter and sunflower seed flour (!).

Five Ingredient Chocolate-Covered Ice Cream Bars via Blissful Basil

Like your childhood treats – only with a much shorter and better ingredient list.

Double Chocolate Crispy Frozen Dessert Bars (Vegan, GF, No-bake) via Oh She Glows

Lots of chocolate, Do we even need to talk about these any further? I didn’t think so, either.

Butternut & Bean Enchiladas via The Smart Kitchen

Squash, beans, cheese and everything nice. Rumor has it these make good fuel if you watch The Bachelor. Or any day, really.

Roasted Cauliflower with Yellow Curry Sauce via Coffee & Quinoa

Curry coconut sauce, crispy fried shallots and roasted cauliflower. Boring? No way.


Happiness inducing today: My neighbours son’s happy smile when I’d helped me open the locked door of their flat because the key wouldn’t cooperate when he tried.

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What were some of your favourite posts this week?


9 thoughts on “Good good links #41

    • Miss Polkadot says:

      You just solved the – yes, laziness because I could have asked Google – mystery of the German-Australian time difference for me with your comment so thanks. Now to keep myself from confusing it with the US times …

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