…. and the award for worst blogger of the week goes to … me. I know I said I’d be back on the blogging bandwagoon this week and I actually had a post drafted for Thursday. But then the internet stopped working altogether Wednesday night. We’ve been having some weird weather lately and for some odd reason that tends to influence ireception. Don’t ask me how that works – my technology knowledge doesn’t exceed 10th grade physics [if even that …]. Enough of the rambing, though. The bad reception cut down on my overall blog reading time but I still found some great posts worth sharing. Let me know if I missed any must-reads in the comments!
Happy Sunday! May the Easter bunny treat you generously!
Good good [food for thought]
Negativity Online: An Essay Inspired By 200,000 Comments via DesignSponge
A must-read in a[n online] world where we are quick to make assumptions about people through what actually are only glimpses of their lives.
Plans are necessary for success but actually working them out can be tough. These are some great ideas to get started right.
Ditching labels and stereotypes via Day with KT
Every time we label ourselves, we’re prone to others making assumptions about us that can be so very wrong. No labels, no stereotypes – that’s the way to truly live and simply being who we are.
This woman’s bikin pic went viral and for the best reason ever via hello giggles
Guilty! Cutting down the length of your own writing when every word feels important can be tricky but it’s possible.
Proof that you can stay healthy and fit without ever setting foot into a gym. An active lifestyle is where it’s at.
Know Your Weaknesses via The Cookie Chrunicles
We all have individual limitations that are no reason to feel ashamed. Being aware of them will help you choose what’s right for you and prevent injuries.
Why Walking is a Good Way to Exercise via Popsugar
Walking dates with friends, just catching some fresh air after a meal – walking is a fun and healthy way to keep moving [see first post in this category, too].
Good good [posts to make you smile]
Vegan Potato Nachos via Delish Knowledge
The greasy classic turned into a nutritious alternative with creamy cashew cheese sauce and all the toppings.
Fragrant rice, smoky beans and lots of herbs and spices – burrito bowls are the best of Mexican food all rolled into one meal.
Chickpea Shawarma with Millet via Naturally Ella
Even though I’ve never had the original non-vegetarian dish I’ve heard people rave about it and this vegan adaption sounds great.