Late link lovin’ on here? No way. I just figured you’d get such a lot of reading inspiration by many other bloggers on Sunday in anyway. So I had to make it my mission to give you some worth-while reads for a sneaky break at work … okay, lies and deceit. In between traveling, working a little and limited internet access at home I didn’t get a chance to publish this post yesterday. Still, I don’t think anybody will mind some great reads on a Monday, no?!
I hope you’re having a great start to the week and I’ll make sure to be more active again this week!
Good good [food for thought]
An Open Letter to My Readers with EDs via The Oatmeal Artist
Not just for those recovering from EDs but a great reminder of what truly matters in life and making an impact on the world.
The Point of Being Healthy via Full of Life
Because sometimes your quest to be the healthiest ever can be unhealthier than just going with the flow of life.
My response to the slamming of health bloggers via Peta Serras
Take what you read online with a grain of salt. Everybody is different and no blogger can offer you solutions specifically created for your life.
Good good [advice and inspiration]
10 ways to feel more fabulous in less than 10 seconds flat via Wholeheartedly Healthy
Bightening your mood can be really simple and almost effortless with these ideas. #5 qnd 9# are two of my personal favourites.
Six Habits Every Twentysomething Should Practice via Verily Magazine
Not always easy to do but worth trying over and over again until we’ve ingrained them.
4 Steps to Boost Your Self-Confidence via hello healthy
Because who doesn’t need a little help on being bolder and more compassionate with themselves?
Ask Yourself: How do Readers See Your Blog? via ProBlogger
How a change of perspective can help you optimize your blog.
Simple Living Blogs via Becoming Minimalist
Some more ideas of inspiring blogs to add to your reader.
Tips For Staying Sedentary via Oatmeal and Optimism
The title might sound odd but for those in ED recovery taking a break from strenuuous activities is actually much recommended – and mentally hard.
Good good [posts to make you smile]
Sometimes all it takes to change a sad situation is a brilliant idea. ❤
Good good [food]
Vegan cannelloni with spiced tomatoes and aubergine via Bite-sized thoughts
These are even fast enough for a weekday meal and I really like the trick of subbing lasagna sheets for the cannelloni here.
Hot and hearty Mushroom Curry via eat healthy, eat happy
A great new curry recipe with a secret [and actually very well-known since childhood] ingredient lending creaminess to the sauce.
15 Cold Summer Treats via Cookie and Kate
What’s better than buying your favourite ice cream on a hot day? Making your own!
Cremiges Aprikosen Pie-Eis via Mimi’s Fairy Cakes
I can’t even get over how brilliant the idea of adding apricot pie into ice cream is!
Almond Joy Breakfast Bake via Running with Spoons
I’ve never had the chocolate bar but almond, coconut and cocoa in one oatmeal-based breakfast dish? Win!
Happiness-inducing today: Watching the sun go down on a walk.