… and just like that it’s Sunday again. Also it’s the second to last weekend of October – pinch me! – and I can feel Christmas coming closer and closer. Granted, supermarkets have made us feel that way for weeks already but you know what I mean, right? Time to
get stressed about get those gift ideas sorted out. Are you the well-planned gift buyer or the hectic last minute shopper who’d rather not talk about this right now? In that case: go ahead and procrastinate by delving into some of the great posts I found during the past week. You’re welcome.
Good good [food for thought]
Stop the internet, I want to get off via Forever Amber
A must-read for any blogger or actually, anybody who has ever come across hatred on the internet – and sadly: who hasnt? . or anywhere else people spread hurtful words uner the cloak of anonymity.
How peer pressure and the focus on the wrong indicators of fitness and health can harm us. Progress and success look different for each of us.
Some Thoughts on Being “Fit” via The Balanced Blonde
Do you never feel ‘good enough’, think you should be doing harder, running faster and pushing on, too? I think many of us still need to learn to appreciate their current state.
Good good [advice, inspiration and other great posts]
My 10 Rules of Adulthood via Cowgirl Runs
Lessons learned from playing this game called life – what matters, how to handle the ups and downs, get sh*t done and stay happy.
Allow yourself to be human via Chase the Red Grape
Deep down we’re all connected by one thing: being human. Great reminders of what that means and why we should be easier on ourselves at times.
Mindful Eating Placemat to Remember to Slow Down and Enjoy Your Food via Summer Tomato
The weight loss-specific notes aside I really like the idea of this.
If “Off-Limit” Foods are Sabotaging You, Read This via Corinne Dobbas
One of the – at least for me – mentally most challenging parts of getting back in touch with intuition but.
Is Sitting Truly the New Smoking? via hello healthy
Too much of it definitely isn’t beneficial to our health. Here’s how much movement a day we need and how to get it in regularly throughout the day.
Why You Need To Completely Detox Your Life via Career Girl Daily
These are the only kinds of detoxes I’ll ever promote. Now to stop procrastinating on #2 …
How To Stay Optimistic Even When Your Life Isn’t via Change Your Thoughts
Some great advice and reminders for those going through a rough time right now. I particularly like #4, 5, 8 and 9 – okay and actually all of them.
5 Tiny Ways to Be Thoughtful At Work via Apartment Therapy
It’s so easy and so vital to create at least some kind of relationships with the people you spend the largest chunk of your daily life with – even better if they’re good ones.
5 Ways to Stay Productive When You Have a Flexible Schedule via In It 4 the Long Run
Flexibility in your days sounds good at first but if you’ve been there before you know it doesn’t necessarily mean getting more done. These tips might help.
Spell Your Name Workout via Food Faith Fitness
A fun idea for a quick workout. Fingers crossed your name is Burpee-free ike mine ;).
Good good [food]
Cacao Paleo Banana Bread Cake with Almond Ganache (vegan) via Food Faith Fitness
Soft banana bread filled with and covered in almond butter ganache? Amazing.
Paleo Vegan Maple Cream Frosting via Texanerin Baking
Admit it: you’d want to just eat it by the spoonful, too.
Pumpkin Taco Bowls with Apple Guacamole via A Whisk and Two Wands
So many amazing components coming together in this bowl of – I am certain – deliciousness.
15 Iron-Rich Vegan Food Combinations via The Full Helping
Iron can – but doesn’t have to be! -. tricky to get enough of with a plantbased diet. This post explains in detail how to make sure you’re getting enough.
Autumn Vegetable Paella via Pumpkin and Peanut Butter
The seafood classic got a vegan and seasonal makeover – and it looks amazing
Happiness-inducing today: Reading and resting after a hectic few days.