Good good links #164

 

Some weeks compiling these posts is harder because I either haven’t read enough posts I felt ‘compelled’ to share by Saturday night* or haven’t been reading much online at all. This week the latter was the case but thanks to whichever magic I happened upon plenty of great posts on Friday and today [rainy weather …]. Actually, there were too many posts. Well, too many being a relative term but as I personally prefer shorter link collections I decided to save some of the posts found this week for the next. Gives the ones shared in each post more time to shine, you know?  Maybe that’s just me but I feel overwhelmed and am left with at least half a dozen new tabs opened when I come across those super huge link-ups. Granted, today’s already is almost too long in my opinion but I couldn’t not share these. I make myself laugh with my logic here so it’s best I’ll leave the links here for now and wish you a

Happy Sunday!

 

*which is when I usually write these posts

 

 

Good good links

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

 Why My Mental Health Is Just As Important As My Physical Health via Erin’s Inside Job

A-men.  At least for myself I can say when my mental health is off balance my physical is soon to follow , too. Not good so: regular mental health check-ins!

Why we resist things we know will make us happy + What to do about it via yes and yes

Does that title make you think and then realize you’re doing this. Well, read on!

 

Good good [advice, inspiration and other interesting posts]

When The Flame Of Your Passion Starts To Flicker via Gala Darling

Sometimes we get to a low where we wonder if what we used to feel like our calling maybe wasn’t just that. [Not a nice situation] Here’s how to act – not necessarily written for bloggers but I find it applies there, too.

Your Job Doesn’t Have to Be Your Passion, and That’s OK via Born to Sweat

Because it can be enable you to live your passions with a safety back-up or serve as a stepping stone. A post I think many of us will find relieving.

4 Reasons to Embrace Being Different via The Daily Positive

Not fitting in with the ‘norm’ can make you feel odd but actually ‘different’ people are awesome [not just saying this because I belong into that category; my favourite people in the world do, too].

The Introvert’s Guide to Small Talk via In It 4 the Long Run

… and if introversion is part of what makes you ‘different’ you’ll know the struggle of getting to know others. Some great ideas to start conversations [compliments are one of my ways to start chatting up strangers, too].

The Simple Formula for Using Aquafaba as an Egg Replacement via The Kitchn

That magical little ingredient helping vegan dreams become reality.

3 Mind Tricks that Will Get You Going on a Big Clean—Without Realizing It via Apartment Therapy

Even if these don’t get you cleaning your whole place in one fell swoosh it’ll look that bit more organized already.

What Mindful Eats and Treats Means to me via Mindful Eats and Treats

A wonderful way of viewing food and the process of eating.

The Worst Diet Advice I’ve Ever Gotten via Kerri’s Fit Kitchen

This post will make you laugh and simultaneously cringe or cry because you know some people actually buy into this BS.

5 Body Image Lessons From A Teenager Wise Beyond Her Years via Mind Body Green

Truth. How many of you wish they would have had this wisdom and insight at her age already, too?

 

How To Do A Weekend Wallet Purge & Feel Awesome About Yourself via The Financial Diet

One of these small things we postpone but that can actually have an impact on our lives or at least make us feel pretty achieved.

 

 

Blogging

Why You DON’T Need a Blog Niche via Jade & Oak

If you stressed about not being able to define yours before [and I have in the past]: read this.

 

 

Good good [posts to make you smile and DIYs]

Why Does the Pumpkin Spice Latte Endure? An Investigative Report via The Kitchn

… and here’s why you can’t resist pumpkin spice everything once fall rolls around😉.

 

Good good [food]

The Nightmare Before Christmas Cookie via Feasting on Fruit

Just how creative and cute is this? Almost too pretty to eat.

Chai-Spiced Almond Hazelnut Butter via Ambitious Kitchen

The flavour of my favourite beverage mixed with one of the best foods out there [all the nut butters!]? I’m intrigued.

Vegan ravioli with pumpkin and ricotta via Lazy Cat Kitchen

Homemade pasta is the [one of the] epitome[s] of elegance and this seasonal flavor combination sounds amazing.

Root Vegetable Cassoulet via Naturally Ella

Yet another comfort food dish that looks like the perfect fit on a cold and grey day.

 

 

Happiness-inducing today: Sleeping in, relaxing and still getting some things done. What Saturdays spent at home should be like.

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6 thoughts on “Good good links #164

  1. Sarah says:

    Your link posts are my favourite and I look forward to them, you’d never know if you found them difficult to write . You’re talented at them !

    Can’t wait to get reading , though I’m missing your insta account that you share ☺️

    • Miss Polkadot says:

      Ah, I’m so late in replying. It made my day to hear you liked these posts so much. Regarding the Instagram feature: it’s not a weekly thing but just when I find an account I really want to share🙂.

  2. Emily Swanson says:

    That Pumpkin Spice latte one looks interesting, and I loved Georgie’s comprehensive guide to small talk. It was really comprehensive and so encouraging that small talk can definitely be a gateway for deeper friendships.

  3. Claire at My Pink & Green Life says:

    The “worst diet advice” post… *facepalm.* I can’t believe I used to fall for some of that stuff. The body image lessons from a teenager was awesome, too–I wish I had been raised like her! I definitely want to raise my daughters like that.

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