Good good links #110

Never say never – tnat’s a [blogging] lesson I learned this week. Between my little funk and visitors staying around this weekend, I almost forgot about finishing this post. Crazy when you keep in mind this little series of sharing my favourite posts from the past week has been going for 110 (!) weeks today. Then again, aforementioned happening played a role in me not spending as much time scouring the web as usual. Nevertheless, I think I found some great posts I hope you’ll enjoy like I did.

Enjoy your Sunday!

 

Good good links

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

I do not run so that I can eat via The Cookie Crunicles

Eat to fuel for exercise but don’t exercise for your ‘allowance’ to eat [certain foods/amounts of calories]. A mindset I assume more people than one might guess struggle with.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

The Pep Talk Generator via Babe Vibes

This one deserves a special mention.Who doesn’t need a little pep talk every now and then?

6 “Healthy” Habits That May Be Making You Gain Weight via Bodyrock TV

Even if weight loss isn’t your goal these things might take away from your quality of life.

What Apple Cider Vinegar Truly Can (and Can’t) Do for Your Health via Greatist

It’s not bad but neither the magical cure-all some sources make it out to be.

5 Tips For Perfect Posture When You Sit via Mind Body Green

It’s a fact most of us sit for hours all day so we’re better off checking how we sit [oops, guilty].

 

Blogging

The 10 Best Food Photography Props to Improve Your Food Photos via The Endless Meal

Props can make a picture – and they don’t have to be expensive.

5 Lessons I’ve Learned After 2 Years of Blogging via The Blissful Balance

Hearing about other bloggers’ experiences is great no matter where you are on your blogging journey.

19 Things To Do For Your Blog When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything via The SITS Girls

For those days when your motivation is hiding better than that missing glove you’ve been searching for ages.

 

Food

We Tested 5 of the Most Popular “Magical” Recipes on the Internet via Food 52

Now you know which hypes are just that and which are worth trying yourself.

 

 

Good good [posts to make you smile + DIYs]

This  video. Don’t you tell me cats and dogs were the only cute animals to see.

 

Good good [food]

Healthy Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough for One via The Big Man’s World

Never mind that snickerdoodles aren’t known over here because eating cookie dough definitely is.

15 Amazing Vegan Curry Recipes via Elephantastic Vegan

If you think there can be too many curry recipes in the world I’ll disagree. Never!

11 Quinoa Bowls That Make It Easy (And Delicious!) To Eat Clean via Mind Body Green

Not all vegetarian but many good ideas – and I bet they taste awesome using various grains, too.

Smoky Harissa Eggplant Dip via Minimalist Baker

A clever way of disguising a vegetable many people don’t like into a flavourful dip.

Chickpea & Baby Portobello Mushroom Marsala Over Creamy Polenta via Connoisseurus Veg

Can you already picture yourself eating this warming dish on a cold [winter’s] night, too?

One Skillet Mexican Rice Casserole via Making Thyme for Health

One skillet. Mexican. Cheesy. Does this need any more explanation?

Spinach & Sesame Crackers via Elephantastic Vegan

Everybody likes hummus and other dips. Just how much more amazing would dipping homemade crackers be?!

Creamy Vegan Mac and Cheese with Other Good Stuff via The Rawsome Vegan Life

Creamy. Filled with all the delicious foods (hi, kale and sauerkraut!). Just right.

Cheesy Cauliflower and Potato Bake from The Abundance Diet via Healthy Slow Cooking

Vegan cashew.creamy comfort food for the upcoming cold season.

 

 

Happiness-inducing today: Lots of great deep conversations on a wonderful family hike through the woods. Did I mention how much I like the countryside?!

 
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6 thoughts on “Good good links #110

  1. Bianca says:

    Thank you so much for including the curry collection and the spinach crackers! And I enjoyed reading through the tested “magical” recipes of the internet. I still can’t believe that soooo many people don’t know about the 1-ingredient banana ice cream!! It’s crazy! How can people live without that?! 😀

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