Good good links #102

Does anybody else feel like summer weeks pass way faster than weeks in winter? Just me? Okay. I guess I will have to accept that we’re over a week into August already meaning one week closer to the beginning of fall. But yes, pumpkin, wool socks, coloured leaves and all that … and you didn’t want to hear me go on about the future yet. Rather, let’s take a look into what the past week  brought along in terms of good posts. So without further ado:

Happy Sunday and happy reading!

 

Good good links

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

Let’s Talk About Being a Vegetarian Who Doesn’t Talk About Being a Vegetarian  via Hummusapien

This. That’s the kind of vegetarian I try to be and I wish it was the same for any follower of any diet. Live and let others live their way.

In Defense Of Doing What You Love via The PB Lover

“If you wake up one day and realize that you spent a life never doing what you love, it will kill you. Don’t let this happen.” – Just read this post.
Good good [advice and inspiration]

Learning Messy Lessons the Hard Way via In It 4 The Long Run

Something many introverts will be able to relate to and a good reminder of willingly stepping out of our comfort zones.

The A List: 7 Reasons To Ban The Term ‘Beach Body’ via espnW

Agreed! Why that term should really have no room in our vocabulary anymore [if it ever did].

 

50 Essential Tips For First-Time Travelers via World of Wanderlust

Headed out into the world? There’s so much to plan and take care of ahead – even some things you might not think of.

Rubber-Band Life Hacks Will Stretch Your Know-How via Huffington Post

Yes, you will want to watch this video. Who knew what all simple cheap rubber bands could do?? Boom!

 

Blogging

6 Ways To Overcome Mental Blogging Blocks via i Can Build A Blog

Finding my right time to write and starting drafts left and right has been especially helpful for me.

23 Ways To Get Even More Traffic From Your Most Popular Content via CoSchedule Blog

Never forget your oldies but goldies! What we’ve written some time ago shouldn’t get lost in [cyber]space.

 

Good good [posts to make you smile]

How to actually get into disputes over your diet via Elephantastic Vegan

Especially funny if you read #1 in the first category here before. “According to science, people like being told that they’re wrong. “

26 Questions For Body Shamers via BuzzFeed

These might not only make you laugh but are pretty poignant, too.

 

Good good [food]

5-Ingredient Flourless Dark Chocolare Cake via Feasting on Fruit

With no sweet potato, chickpeas or anything else you [or your non-blogging family 😉 ] wouldn’t usually add to cake this is just downright drool-worthy. Yes, please!

Mediterranean Zucchini Noodles via Delish Knowledge

With a huge zucchini bounty from our garden this dish packed with delicious ingredients like olives and sundried tomatoes sounds great.

Chopped Kale Salad with Smashed Chickpeas & Avocado via She Likes Food

Can’t it be kale season already??? [answer: not in Germany]! This looks deceptively simple yet so good.

How to Make A Macro Bowl via Dietitian Debbie

A great tutorial leading to endless variations on filling and satisfying vegetarian meal.

Vegan Aquafaba Butter via Plant Pusherne

If you’re vegan, like a buttery spread but not what goes into those available at stores: this one’s for you!

Contentedness Bowl via Contentedness Cooking

Quinoa, sundried tomatoes, lots of fresh vegetables and a savoury-sweet dressing: there’s so much going on in this bowl!

Mexican Polenta via The Organic Dietitian

Mexican flavours, beans and polenta – it doesn’t get much better than this.

75 Zucchini Recipes That Aren’t Zucchini Bread via Kitchen Treaty

Did I mention the zucchini overload in my mum’s garden?!

 

 

 

 

Happiness-inducing today:   Catching up with a good friend I hadn’t gotten a chance to talk to in a while.

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6 thoughts on “Good good links #102

  1. madelyn says:

    Well I’ve been absolutely obsessed with zucchini so those 75 recipes are most definitely gonna come in handy haha! Im excited to get in the kitchen 🙂

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