Good good links #180

Even though it’s been precisely two weeks the previous time  I sat down to write an intro to a post of Good good links feels like forever ago. Is this a good sign? Life keepng me so busy I didn’t notice time passing? Or a bad sign of my brain cells getting older and time rushing by in a flash? <- this is a tiny glimpse into the thoughts my brain sputters out when I let it run freely. I won’t let it go any further on this train of thoughts, though, because I know you’re here for more good reads. While not as many as some other weeks – truth: I always forget to write at least a good handful of posts I want to include down so those will find their way into future good good links – there’s plenty to peruse again. Did you read anything I missed here? Share it in the comments!

Happy reading and happy Sunday!

 

Good good links

 

Good good [food for thought]

You Are More Than a Meal Plan  via Hummusapien

If you’ve ever struggled with an ED or food in general in any way: read this post.

The Simple Trick That Inspires Me To Be My Best Self Every Day via Mind Body Green

 Changing our mindset and the way we go about life can have a profound effect of how we perceive ourselves and our abilites.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Anorexics Eat, Too – Kendall’s story via Hummusapien

Just because you don’t match the criteria for an ED a hundred percent doesn’t mean you don’t have one. EDs come in all shapes [literally] and can affect anybody.

8 things you need to let go of to recover from your eating disorder (and what to embrace instead) via Anastasia Amour

These really matter while showing how hard a transformative process recovery is.

Why I Won’t Let My ED Go via Katalyst Health

As the old saying goes: “What doesn’t kill you make you stronger.”. EDs destroy a lot but Kat’s reflectons are proof that it’s possible to come out on the other side fiercer and more in tune with ourselves.

How to Take Care of Yourself when you’re Too Tired to Think via The Freedom Experiment

Taking care of ourselves mentally and physically should be a priority and the measures necessary nothing to be ashamed of [asking for].

25 Important Things Money Can’t Buy via Daring to Live Fully

This! Money can buy us a many things but it’s what we make from them that truly creates happiness and contentment.

7 Types of Loneliness (and Why It Matters)  via Gretchen Rubin

So true and something especially introverts will be able to relate to a lot.

19 Healthy Living Tips To Dramatically Upgrade Your Lifestyle via Live Bold and Bloom

An old saying but still so true: small changes can make a big difference.

Researchers Say Gluten May Not Be The Enemy We Thought It Was via Peaceful Dumpling

Note: this isn’t addressing celiacs but might be interesting for those eschewing gluten because they feel they might be sensitive to it.

 

Blogging

A Blogger Code of Ethics via Forever Amber

Heck yes! Definite ‘no-dos’ for every blogger.

 

Good good [food]

Healthy Baklava Ice Cream via Desserts with Benefits

The title says it all. Hello there, nutritious deliciousness without the whole mess of assembling pastry.

Chocolate Chip Breakfast Donuts (Vegan / GF) via Full of Plants

If you’ve secretly always wanted to eat donuts for your first meal: go for it!

Crispy Buffalo Caulflower via I Can’t Believe It’s Not Chicken

Why not go for this meatless version instead next time you’re craving cornflake chicken?

Baked Protein Packed Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Dip via Veggies Don’t Bite

This looks so amazingly creamy and indulgent it’s hard to believe the plethora of nutritious ingredients it’s made from [think: potato, cashews, beans].

Extra Crispy Potato Wedges {without a fryer}, Made For Dipping via Heartbeet Kitchen

The secret to crispy ‘tatoes, uncovered. It might be a little more work than the quick chop up-put in oven-done method but looks so  worth it.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Time with the family. Yes, I’m aware it was this same thing in my post from two weeks ago but they happen to be around again for the weekend and that’s simply the best.

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3 thoughts on “Good good links #180

  1. katalysthealth says:

    Thank you for including me in your good links list this week girl!! Tons of good stuff here lady, so proud to be a part of it!

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