Good good links #114

Rather than ramble on about my disbelief of fast the year is passing by [again] I thought I’d take a moment to appreciate the wonderful day that November 1st is. World Vegan Day. All Saints’ Day. Birthday of Penn Badgley… woops, how did that one get in there ;)?

Does today have any special meaning for you? Birthday of loved ones or pets? Special anniversaries? I like the thought that every day – no matter how insignificant it might seem to us in that moment – is a special day for somebody somewhere. Okay, I know I might have already lost you here so I hope you’ll enjoy this week’s links and I’ll talk to you again soon!

Happy Sunday and: happy World Vegan Day!

 

Good good links

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

#FitFam: 11 Reasons Why The Fitness Culture On Social Media Needs To Be Stopped via Elite Daily

Being fit is all fine and well but these things don’t serve a good purpose. Taking a good thing too far won’t make you happy.

‘I’m Fat, But I’m Not…’ via Everyday Feminism

This is wonderful and a great reminder and similar in its message to what I said here, too.

 

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Three keys to making the best decision via The Art of Simple

If you’re as indecisive as me: this is the post for you. Good reminders to settle your anxious mind a little.

Giving Up Exercise via Lord Still Loves Me

While really hard this is vital not just for physical but also mental recovery.

5 Things To Remember When You’re Afraid Of Being Judged via Career Girl Daily

A friendly reminder of some facts we know but easily forget about time and again.

What If You Didn’t Give Up? via Alexandra Franzen

This!: „Who knows where you could be — what you could be enjoying, doing, creating, savoring — five, ten, or fifteen years down the road, if you can just find the grit in your heart to keep going?“

5 Fun Things to Do When you Don’t have Internet via Career Girl Daily

Disconnecting – voluntarily or involuntarily – actually opens many opportunities.

 

 

 

Blogging

Content – EverGreen versus EverRED via The Blogger Project

How to balance your posts to attract visitors all year around  [especially useful for food bloggers].

 

Ftiness

10 Ways To Strength Train With a Pumpkin via BlogHer

While I might not work out myself at the moment this looked too fun not to share.

 

 

Good good [posts to make you smile + DIYs]

The 1 Song to Laugh Off Your Sugary Cravings via hello healthy

Don’t ever forget the wisdom of your old friend, the Cookie Monster.

 

Good good [food]

Four Ingredient Flourless Protein Brownies via The Big Man’s World

Can we talk about the fact these have the elusive crackly top without using refined sugar?!

Healthy Pumpkin Snickers Bar  (vegan + gluten-free) via Emilie Eats

Pumpkin nougat and date caramel?! Take that, regular nasty-ingredient-filled Snickers!

Vegan Cheddar Cheese Ball via Vegan Richa

This nut-free cheese looks like a great dish for any vegan buffet.

9 insanely good things you can make with aquafaba via Animals Australia

… and there we spent years discarding this magic ingredient.

Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Polenta via Naturally Ella

Even if you swear you hate brussels sprouts I bet this dish would change your opinion.

Meatless Meatballs – vegan and grain-free via The Cookie Crunicles

Why go for storebought ones if you can prepare these with minimal ingredients you might already have on hand?!

World’s Best Tomato Soup Recipe (Gluten Free, Vegan, Paleo, Refined Sugar Free) via Sprouted Routes

Why have I not used roasted tomatoes in soup before?! This is more than just your average tomato soup.

How-to: Homemade Tempeh via Vegan Lovlie

Tempeh isn’t easily available everywhere and this looks really impresseive [while also a little daunting because, well, fermenting].

 

 

Happiness-inducing today: Call me easily pleased but the autumn sun is absolutely beautiful!

 

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