Good good links #196

Remember how I talked about having a surplus of posts at that leaving some for this week’s round-up? I’d have better knocked on wood back then because it all came back to me this week when I found myself with way too few links ready to share on Friday night. Somehow – late night reading, ahem … – I still managed to come up with a sufficient number of posts and I even have yet to catch up on all my regulars [sorry for the lack of commenting]. Before I send you off to follow whichever links catch your eye, thank you again to everybody who commented on my previous post. While I didn’t post in between then and now, I really appreciated the encouragement and will be back [soon].

Happy Sunday and don’t forget to let me know any good reads you think I shouldn’t miss in the comments!

 

Good good [food for thought]

You might be the only one via Alexandra Franzen

What might be a small thing to do for ourselves could make somebody else’s day or even save lives.

 

Good good [advice, inspiration and other worthwhile reads]

When “thoughts and prayers” just aren’t enough via Thirteen Thoughts

This might seem two weeks late but it’s actually timely any day these days.

What’s Wrong With the Way Wellness Influencers Are Eating on Instagram  via Greatist

Extremes are never a good idea and this trend is definitely just shifting fears from one thing to another. A breeding ground for eating disorders …

Psychologists Explain The Benefits Of Baking For Other People via Huffington Post

Not like you needed another excuse to get your hands covered in flour but here’s one nobody can argue with.

The One Word That Can Instantly Change Your Mood via Greatist

Truth be told, I’m usually skeptical about these kind of posts but the suggestion here actually sounds great.

5 Ways to Sandwich Your Anger via Positive Prescription

A little venting every now and then is perfectly understandable but you [or somebody around you] constantly need to, these might be helpful.

How to Know You’re Succeeding at Intuitive Eating via Zen & Spice

Some spot-on question to help you determine the points you still need to work on but also remind you of how far you’ve already come [necessary to keep in mind].

The Most Simple Self Care Practice We All Need More Of via Lauren Kate

Something that should be obvious but has become tremendously hard for so many people.

 

How to Shop Clean(er) at Target via A Beautiful Mess

Because cleaning ourselves and our homes shouldn’t come at the cost of environmental damage.

 

Blogging

Handling Offensive Comments + Conversation via DesignSponge

Standing up against discrimination, racism or elsewise offensive people takes guts – and the skills to react in a calm yet effective manner. The comment section is worth reading, too.

How To Create Sponsored Posts Readers Love via Coffee with Summer

Because readers notice inauthenticity and in the end, promoting a product/brand you don’t actually stand behind feels fake on the blogger’s side, too.

 

Good good [posts to make you smile]

This Hilarious Instagrammer Proves Just How Ridiculous Wellness Bloggers Can Be via Greatist

One definite Instagram account recommendation. I mean: look at those sexy abs, ladies ;)!?

 

Good good [food]

Homemade English Muffins  via Living vegan

Perfectly fluffy little buns that look like store-bought ones and are ready to slather with whichever toppings you like.

Chickpea Spinach Pie with Berbere via Vegan Richa

Spiced chickpeas and spinach wrapped in flaky pastry – true soul food for those colder days to come.

14 Buddha Bowl Recipes That Will Satisfy Every Craving via Buzz Latest News

What did we do before somebody invented the concept of Buddha bowls? I want all of the [vegan] ones in this article.

12 “Cheesy” Vegan Mac Recipes You’ll Fall in Love With via Brit + Co

Truth: I actually like vegan varieties more than the ‘real’ thing and looking at these, I bet you’ll feel similarly.

Vegan Coconut Bacon Stretchy Melty Grilled Cheese (GF) via Rhian’s Recipes

Super intriguing mix of ingredients you probably haven’t seen in vegan cheese recipes before and the result obviously looks amazing, too.

Vegan Lasagna Recipe For The Holidays via Sunny Side Hanne

With all its layers, this dish is definitely made to impress guests at any gathering you’re hosting – oh, and it sounds really delicious at that.

 

Happiness-inducing today: So so many things that it’s impossble to pick just one.

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4 thoughts on “Good good links #196

  1. Kaylee says:

    So glad that you had a plethora of wonderful happy moments!
    Good advice from that intuitive eating post. As the cliche goes, it’s not a destination but a journey. And that post on rest spoke to where I’m at in the semester.

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