Good good links #181

Hello there!

The benefit of doing these link shares only every two weeks? More time to read blogs = way more good posts for you. Though this might not be so beneficial anymore once the days get warmer and we’d much rather spend our weekends outside after weekdays in the office. Then again, the same will be true for you as well as me so maybe less posts per round-up then? Ah, my mind’s running wild [again] and looking into the future rather than stay in the present. But that’s where this week’s fabulous posts are so let’s stay here. Or: go there. I hope you find something of interest for you in this mix so:

Happy reading and happy Sunday!

 

Good good links

 

Good good [food for thought]

I Have Been Changed For Good via Hummusapien

A-maze-ing.  Alexis voiced a few thoughts I’ve been having about the blog world/social media/healthy living gone awry, too, and with her background and experience has a much better perspective on the topic.

I don’t have it all together via The Real Life RD

Further proof of the fact that what we see online is only a small and curated part of each other’s life that can be deceiving.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Being bloated is a side effect of being human via Yeah … Imma Eat That

This!!! If I got a dime every time I see an article or blog post on magical cures for bloating pop up I’d be a rich lady. Being bloated might not be fun but it’s not abnormal, either, even if companies like to make money off of it.

6 Simple Ways to Break Away From Your Phone More via Greatist

Everybody who has taken it before knows the benefits of screen-free time [hello, #3!].

Why You Can Be Introverted *And* Be A Badass (In An Extroverted World via Peaceful Dumpling

Realizing that it’s okay to be introverted, seeing the strengths of it and and how to adapting to life and thrive in our extroverted society.

7 Podcasts To Inspire Your Wellness Journey via The Blissful Mind

Some of my favourites, too, as well as some new [to me] ones.

How to Have a Healthy Relationship with Exercise via The Balanced Berry

A great post on an important topic and difficult task for many of us in the healthy living blog world.

5 Reasons Why I Will Never Compete in a Bikini Competition via Born to Sweat

The ugly, unhealthy and expensive(!) truth behind the “glamorous” world of figure competitions.

Exercises Your Trainer Doesn’t Want You to Do via Popsugar

Beware of these moves that could be more harm- than helpful.

A Dietitian Explains Why “Cheat Days” Are Not A Real Thing via Mind Body Green

A truly balanced diet doesn’t label or exclude any foods . Here are some questions to get into a dialogue with yourself and work out that balance in your life.

 

Food and cooking

Iron: a Primer for the Vegan Female Athlete via No Meat Athlete

An great in-depth look at iron needs and how to safely cover them on a plantbased diet.

19 Foods Perfect for Meal-Prepping Because They Actually Last All Week via Greatist

A useful cheat sheet on how to prep various ingredients and also ensure they’re staying fresh until you get to use them.

 

Blogging

Recipes: the business of posting recipes online via Plant powered Kitchen

The huge downside of sharing unique content on the web and what we – as creators and readers – can do against it.

Three Ways Comment Pods Are Hurting Your Blog via Forever Amber

While they might seem like a good idea to create [the impression of] engagement these points keep in mind the points Amber is making before you hop on the train.

Things To Keep In Mind About Blogging Advice via a girl, obsessed

There’s no ‘one fits all’ in blogging, either. Trial and error as well as believing in yourself are the way to go.

 

Good good [food]

Vegan Coffee Cake (gluten-free) via Feasting on Fruit

Can we please talk about how amazing this looks with no oil, butter or refined flour to be seen?!

Chocolate Mint Brownies via Emilie Eats

Emilie is the queen of creating wholesome vegan brownie recipes that look out of this world good. Plus: chocolate + mint = a loud yesss!

No-Bake Vegan Cheesecake Jars via Lazy Cat Kitchen

Almond brittle. Date Caramel. Nut-based cheesecake cream. A-maz-ing.

Leprechaun Mac and Cheese (Vegan + Gluten Free) via Veggies Don’t Bite

Nutritious soul food for the inner child that shouldn’t be reserved for St. Patrick’s Day.

“Edesia” Bowl via My little tablespoon

A bowl packed with goodness as well as a beautiful story of fallng back in love with food and cooking.

Chunky Chickpea Noodle Soup via Oatmeal with A Fork

No need for meat in this delicious-looking spin on the stick-to-your-ribs classic [okay, not over here but you know it]!

Vegetarian Harissa Mushroom Bolognese with Creamy Coconut Polenta via Feed Me Phoebe

Being a fan of both polenta and hearty meatless sauces this is right up my alley.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Fighting off a pesky mood with a quick workout. Today wasn’t all bad but I felt funky in the evening and needed to literally work this out.

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3 thoughts on “Good good links #181

  1. mylittletablespoon says:

    What good links. I feel there’s been some really monumental posts from some of the “top ladies” in the healthy living blog work recently. There seems to be a more urgent sense of turn around and “act for change” that is starting to get stronger and stronger, thanks to these women and there “enough of this!!” attitude. Its what we need. They are doing really good things.

    I’m reading the book “Quiet” by Susan Cain right now, which seems to be the same thing the article from Peaceful Dumpling is talking about. Have you read it? Its an interesting and motivating look at why we need introverts in the world and how this adoration of the extrovert personality is, well (in my words), silly. I’m also loving this surge in podcasts right now. It seems to be a fad but I’m all for it. I just slotted the rest of those into my iTunes list.

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