Good good links #117

Why are introductions so hard to write? Alternative question: Can I just hit publish on this post filled with lots of wise words and inspiration from others without anybody noticing? Okay, that last one is rhethorical. But seriously, does anybody pay much attention to those intros ;)? Either way, I won’t lament on my troubles of writing intros but rather serve up the great posts I happened upon this week right now. Not before thanking you for your opinions on my last post, though. Like I said I was quite nervous to touch on a topic out of my usual spectrum but sharing my thoughts felt so relieving.

Happy reading and happy Sunday!

 

Good good links

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

It’s Impossible to Have an Honest Conversation About Weight by Lily Burana via NY Mag

So true when you think about it and sadly conversations arpiund weig a constant part of our lives. “(… ) regardless of where you fall on the weight continuum, your body and your choices surrounding it are up for commentary. No size acts as a mute button.”

When having it all isn’t enough via The Peanut Butter Lover

What looks like the perfect life [situation] from the outside might turn out not to be when you’re living it yourself with all its ups and downs.

 

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Recovery is Real – a letter to my 20-year-old self via In It 4 The Long Run

Something everybody who feels stuck in and doubting the possibility of recovery needs to read.

Things Everyone Needs to Know About Instagram via Healthy Happy Jaime

Be mindful about whom you’re looking and don’t trust a picture you haven’t photoshopped yourself …

Are You Listening To Your Soul? via Life Sprinkles

Not an easy thing to do but in the end we carry around the best source of advice within ourselves.

Saying “Please” & “Thank You” doesn’t take much—does it? via Elephant Journal

The title says it already but can’t we all use those little words that make a difference more often? Please?!

45 Free Online Classes You Can Take (and Finish) by the End of This Year via The Muse

Oh, the possibilites the internet offers us! I will take at least one of these.

 

 

Blogging

The Importance of Your Blogging Tribe and How To Build One via The Blogger Project

Yes to all of this! Connecting with others is the best part of blogging and can be really helpful, too.

 Online etiquette, the Golden Rule, and calling bullshit when you need to via Danielle Laporte

Privacy and kindness rock – online as well as offline. Treat others the way you want them to treat you.

 

Good good [posts to make you smile + DIYs]

Every Celebrity Interview via The Message

Because they really hate to workout and are totally not like other couples, you know?!

 

 

Good good [food]

The 50 Best Oatmeal Recipes on the Planet via Fit Foodie Finds

Show me the person who still claims to hate oatmeal after seeing all of these.

Sesame + Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Brownies (vegan and gluten-free) via Happy-hearted Kitchen

You would never guess how many [or which!] nutritious ingredients these amazing looking brownies pack in!

50+ Copycat Starbucks Recipes via one little project

For those of you addicted to the ‘buck but unwilling to spend too many bucks there.

White Bean Stew with Winter Squash and Kale via Fatfree Vegan Kitchen

Nothing better than a stick-to-your ribs stew with kale and beans to warm you on a cold day.

6 Tips for Flawless Kale Chips + All-Dressed Kale Chips recipe via Oh She Glows

Take that as my official promise to make kale chips this year after failing to do so last.

 

 

Happiness-inducing today: Some winter baking, a hot hower, walking outside – an all-around cozy Fall day.

 

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2 thoughts on “Good good links #117

  1. BetterWithToast says:

    Thank you for sharing all these links. I really liked the NY Times one on having an honest conversation about weight. It’s so true! I recently made the decision to throw away my scale because it’s ridiculous how significant that number can seem.

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