Good good links #156

Hi there!

Another week has passed [way too fast] and I’ve yet to improve on writing intros for these posts. Rainy [mostly grey] days don’t do much to enhance my creativity, either. Luckily – just like any other week – I have many great links to share with you that easily make up for my lack of words here. Enjoy them and …

Happy Sunday!

 


Good good links

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

When mindfully eating chia pudding isn’t self care via Jamie Mendell

There are neither a one-size-fits-all approach or rules for how self-care  looks like. Do what makes you feel good.

When Thoughts Become Toxic via My Healthyish Life

Health doesn’t only include the physical but mental side of our lives, too.

 

Good good [advice and other inspirational/interesting posts]

Are you a stickler for grammar? You Might Be An Introvert via Introvert, Dear

This is me to a T and it was interesting to get an insight into research behind the connection of these two things.

What if Intuitive Eating Doesn’t Work? via Avocado a Day Nutrition

Yes, it can be hard to get back to trusting your intuition but the good news: there’s no way to fail.

Dear Gluten, We Are Never Ever Ever Getting Back Together via Healthyez Sweet

The struggles celiac’s face in everyday life situations that you [and me] might never have assumed.

10 Easy & Practical Things to Do With Old Clothes via My Pink and Green Life

Spoiler: you can do these even if you’re as untalented at sewing as I am and might even turn your “trash” into cash.

16 Tips to Help You Fall Asleep via Meg Birham

Because it’s not as easy as it used to be as children. You guessed it: looking at your phone doesn’t help.

Be Big in the Little Things via My Inner Shakti

A small change in thinking and acting that might have a huge impact on overall happiness.

 

Blogging

How I Hit My Blogging Stride via The Collective Mill

Such a great post with important reminders to keep in mind at all times when creating content.

4 Old School Ways to Find Inspiration via The Blog Market

More often than not offline life really enhances and induces our [online] creativity.

 

 

Deutschland – geteilt und vereint via Berliner Morgenpost

While this is in German there’s little text and the pictures are self-explanatory and impressive.

 

Good good [links to make you smile]

Why Do You Hate the Sound of Your Own Voice?

Do you like yours?

This and this Instagram account. Edible cuteness times ten.

The 11 Most Important Pool Floats Of 2016 via Forever Twentysomethings

Whatever floats your boat pool? Nope. It’d better be one of these😉.

 

Good good [food]

Vegan Mango Caramel Swirl Cheesecake via The Vegan 8

Just look at that caramel drizzle alone ….

S’mores Pudding Bowl via Veggie Inspired Journey

Homemade marshmallow fluff and secretly healthy chocolate pudding merge and it sounds all kinds of dreamy.

Low-carb Broccoli Pizza Crust via Amuse Your Bouche

If you’re bored of regular or cauliflower crust this green variety might just tickle your fancy.

Vegan Zucchini ‘Meatballs’ via Making Thyme for Health

No need for meat to get your protein [and iron, too!] in with these. Perfect for summer’s abundance ofzucchini.

 

 

Happiness-inducing today: Finshing one book and starting another. I’m really into this habit again.

 

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6 thoughts on “Good good links #156

  1. Claire @ My Pink & Green Life says:

    Thanks so much for including my post here!🙂 And oh my goodness, that donut baker’s Instagram. It is adorable. The problem for me would be having to eat all those critters after I made them, because they’re so cute! I don’t know if I could do it!

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