Good good links #89

Another weekend, another few days spent traveling and not catching up on blogs – do we notice a trend here?! This one was more spontaneous so I didn’t plan anything ahead. Like last week I’ll add some more links to this one once I’ve caught up on blogs after my return on Monday. So check back if you need more help procrastinating interesting reads ;).

Happy Sunday!

 

Good good links

Good good [food for thought]

My experience: Living Below the Line via Clean Eats Charlotte

A worldwide experiment reminding us of how blessed we are to live the way we do.

Good good [advice and inspiration]
Embrace Your Flaws via Brittany Lesser
We all have them but are no less beautiful inside and out. Our [perceived] imperfections make us unique.
 

Blogging

5 Tipps für produktiveres Bloggen via Mein Feenstaub [German]

Using the flow and scheduling time for blogging: great ideas to take some stress out of it.

The Best Hashtags to Get Your Instagram Noticed + Shared via The Nectar Collective

… though you might only want to add them when they actually apply to your pictures [you know those people who use 394850486 hashtags that don’t all fit and admit it makes you roll your eyes, too].

Avoiding the food comparisons – A WIAW wake-up call via Kelly Runs For Food

Whether you’re a reader or participant: that’s the one What I ate Wednesday disclaimer to keep in mind every week.

Health and Fitness

Natural Headache Remedies via Fannetastic Food

If you’re as averse to pills as me these are some good options to try to feel better again.

Recovery

 

Miscellaneous

Do you want or have to ditch dairy? Here’s how to still keep things creamy and get rich flavour minus cows’ help.
Just a reminder that what appears like reality is more often than not far from it.
Good good [things to make you smile]
10 of Berlin’s Best Instagrammers via World of Wanderlust
Be inspired by great photographers  – it’s my favourite way of improving my own pictures.
May The Fourth via The Modern Musings
A fun survey to steal/borrow for a future post.
It’s all about those damn likes … apparently. But really, why don’t you get as many as xyz??? (:
Good good [food]
Banana Bowls with Almond Butter Caramel via Yeah … Imma Eat That

 Talk about a healthy bowl of decadence … oh my.

 Flourless Sticky Chocolate Plum Cake via An Avocado a Day

A good-for-you snack or treat packed with all kinds of wonderful ingredients.

Dairy-free coffee creamer via Running with Spoons

With only four natural (and delicious!) ingredients this is a recipe even non-coffee drinkers will like … by the spoonful.

30 Healthy Chip Recipes via Hello Natural

The only question left after looking through this amazing round-up: Is there any un-chippable vegetable ;)?

Gluten-Free Grilled Vegan Cheese Sandwich – with vegan cheese that actually melts! via Gourmandelle

Need I say more than the title already does?! Genius.

Green Chickpea Curry with Couscous via Minimalist Baker

Who’d be surprised to see this one here? Chickpeas for the win!

Vegane Bärlauchwürstchen via Genügsam leben [German]

Most vegan sausage recipes call for either gluten or soy/tofu as a base – not this one. Chickpea flour plays its magic again.

Cauliflower Rice and Pinto Bean Burrito Bowl (vegan) via Kalyn’s Kitchen

Chipotle’s Guacamole Recipe via Mind Body Green

Apparently this is the popular chain’s actual recipe so I guess it’s one to get crazy about. Not that this would be  a bad thing …

Baked basil quiche with couscous crumble via Marfigs’ Munchies

I’m a fan of vegan chickpea flour-based quiches and this recipe is packed with all kinds of delicious add-ins.

Black Bean Rice Bowl with Garlic Yogurt Sauce via Chelsea’s Healthy Kitchen

An easy to assemble  meal with many of my go-to favourite ingredients  – and who doesn’t like bowls?

 

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