Can you bear yet another rant about technology?? The only reason I’m not sharing as many posts as usual – and missed the post I’d planned for Thursday -is that my laptop decided it didn’t want to collaborate. As in: adding a single link took about five minutes [and at the cost of a few nerves]. Additionally, Arman was spot on with his post earlier this week –I assume we all have some topics we’d rather keep off the blog. If – despite my current intentions – things are a little more silent on here during the next week it will be due to a combination of these two things. I will definitely be back, though – hopefully sooner rather than later.
That all being said I still got to include some – in my opinion – fabulous posts you shouldn’t miss!
Good good [food for thought]
The problem with perfection via build my bliss
We long for it, work for it, live for it – but in the end discover that perfection isn’t what actually makes us happy.
When the cult of “wellness” becomes unhealthy via The Pool
A-men. Possibly the best article I’ve ever read on the topic and one you shouldn’t miss.
Good good [advice and inspiration]
How I Saved Over 20,000 $ For Travel l via Smart Twenties
Whether you want to travel the world or save for any other big dream you have – thi is some seriously good advice.
Why Bloggers Should Stop Working For Free via Skinny Fitalicious
Know your worth and ask others to value the hard work you put into creating quality content.
Good good [posts to make you smile + ]
All The Comments On Every Recipe Blog via The Toast
This is so insanely accurate. If you want to be every food blogger’s worst nightmare this is your ultimate guideline.
Thought you had weird or irrational fears? Think again ;).
This could also fall into the ‘food for thought’ category….
Good good [food]
4 Ingredient, 5 Minute, Healthy, Gluten-Free & Vegan Pie Crust via Win-Win Food
Allergy-friendly crust you don’t even need to roll out?! Time to make some pie.
3 -Ingredient Vegan Caramel Sauce via Plant-Strong Vegan
Now to merge this and the previous recipe OR just eat it by the spoonful The latter scenario seems more likely ….
Vegetarian Butternut Squash Chipotle Chili with Avocado via Cookie & Kate
I stand by my opinion: there can never be enough [vegetarian] chili recipes. Especially not if they involve pumpkin.
Vegan Cauliflower Alfredo via eat happy, eat healthy
Creamy sauces are my favourite kind and even more so when they sneak in some more vegetables.
Mexican Rice and Beans Avocado Bowl via honey & figs
Who doesn’t like reiterations of the Mexican classic? Bonus points for being cheap and quick to prepare.
Golden Butternut Squash and Chickpea Curry via Choosing Raw
If you know me you’ll know this is my kind of dish just glancing at the ingredient list.
Happiness-inducing today: The fact the weather wasn’t too bad [no rain]allowing me to go for a long walk.