Good good links #141

Baby, it’s hot outside! Hot according to our standards around here at least – a Texan or Australian would probably still shiver a little.

But you didn’t come here to talk about the weather and neither did I. There are way more interesting things to talk about and you’ll see some of them in this collecton of read-worthy posts. Enjoy – them and the sun that is hopefully shining where you are, too! And if you need a crunchy and sweet snack I highly recommend taking a look at yesterday’s post


Good good links

Good good [food for thought]

I am not the body I’m in via Katherine Murphy

“it’s what your body houses that is truly important” – I’ll be forever amazed at how wise a young lady Katherine is.

Let’s Stop Labeling Habits via Erin’s Inside Job

Such a great post on a kind of labeling that we might do unintentionally but could make us feel bad about habits that actually aren’t harmful for us personally.


Good good [advice, inspiration and other insightful reads]

Adulting 101 via Hugs and Lattes

Nina has the whole adulting thing down and conveys it in the funniest ever while still talking truth.

The Secret to Being Enough via No Sidebar

A must-read for everybody who has felt like they could do better at everything. So everybody, really.

How To Squeeze In Your Workout While You Get Ready For Work via Career Girl Daily

While probably not actually working out doing some short exercises can be a nice wake-up push in the morning.

5 Posts to Read Instead of Binge-Watching Netflix This Weekend via Blonde on a Budget

While I don’t have a Netflix account I do have my experiences with using TV shows for that seemingly comforting white noise sound. Not labeling the habit as bad here – see Erin’s post – it might be one to look more into.

How To Increase Your Metabolic Rate (Even without exercise) via Bucket List Tummy

Spoiler alert: Eating more food can actually help you with this.



A simple way to create more blog + social content in less time via xo Sarah

Very interesting  also for those of us that often feel their posts are “complete” yet – it might be  a good thing!

FOMO & Bloggers: Why It’s Okay to Say NO (and be told no!) via Southern In Law

Know your worth as a blogger and that declining one cooperaton offer doesn’t mean none will follow in the future.



Good good [food]

Chocolate Covered Almond Butter Puffed Millet Bars (Gluten Free + Vegan) via Bakerita

Further proof that puffed grains are amazing and oh my do these bars sound good!

Vegan Double Chocolate Sunflower Brownies via The Vegan 8

A oldie on Brandi’s blog maybe but definitely a goodie that deserves time in the spotlight.

Golden Milk Popsicles via Food, Pleasure, Health

A childhood classic turned into a frozen treat with health benefits – I’m intrigued.

11 Desserts You Won’t Believe Are Vegan via BuzzFeed

Bloggers already know that vegan dishes can easily compete with their non-vegan counterparts but in case you need more proof [or just some delicious inspiration].

Vegan Cauliflower Leek Casserole via Vegan Family Recipes

What’s not to like about vegetables baked in a creamy cashew sauce ?



Happiness-inducing today: Still the same as in my previous post. I could have tried to come up with something else but there is really nothing better.


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2 thoughts on “Good good links #141

  1. Kaylee says:

    As a Texan, I’m curious to know what your definition of hot is. 😊 Loved that post on being more than the body you’re in. We take advantage of our bodies and often forget what they have allowed us to do.

    Thanks for the lovely links! Hope your week is going swell.

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