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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Good good links #195

For the first time in a long while, I actually found myself with too many links to share – by Friday night already! Usually, I take the weekend to browse a little more to fill those empty spots but today, I am in fact holding a good number back for the next link lovin’ post.What this also means, though, is that I didn’t spend much time scouring blogs this week so if you happened upon any posts I should absolutely read: let me know in the comments!

Happy Sunday!

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

The Privilege of Wellness via Rachael Hartley Nutrition

This one really matters in a world where magazines, websites and influencers give certain foods a bad rep [think: Food Babe], praise all kinds of expensive products, treatments and wellness get-aways. It’s important to remember that having both the time and financial means to invest in our health and well-being is indeed a privilege.

Acceptance Does Not Mean Giving Up via Delish Knowledge

A great reminder that hating [parts of] ourselves doesn’t change a thing for the better – just like acceptance won’t for the worse.

Eating When You’re Not Hungry is Okay…and Healthy.  Via The Real Life RD

A-men! The whole misconception that being hungry is the only “legitimate” reason to eat has to stop.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

The phrase, “you have self control / discipline / willpower around food.” via Yeah … Imma Eat That

Kylie nailed it once again. Not like you needed any more convincing to read this but this!!!: “having self control around food means you are micromanaging an instinct that isn’t meant to be micromanaged. ”

3 Ways We Tell Our Toddlers That Men Are More Important via Sarah Rooftops

While no, I’m not a parent, I still found this thought-provoking and think it’s not just for mums and dads but anybody in any way involved in a child’s life [i.e. aunts, babysitters, grandparents …].

10 Inspiring Illustrated Quotes for the Weekend via Design Sponge

For those moments/times when life feels hard/you feel stuck/things suck in whichever way.

Ladies, enjoy your Sexy Self. Just stop Calling it Yoga. via Elephant Journal

Granted, I’m not a yogi myself but still know a bit about its background and resonate with her words on the ever-popular Instagram pictures.

 

Miscellaneous

Doable Ways to Use Less Water via The Kitchn

If you can’t be bothered to do it for the environment – seriously?! – then how about your bills ;)?

 

Blogging

What I Wish Everyone Knew About Sponsored Posts via The Healthy Maven

Whether you’re a blogger, reader or brand employee: This post is a must-read for a behind the scenes look at how cooperations work. Yes, this is a drill ;). 

I Befriended My Troll via Kath Eats

Such a great post/wonderful news in a world where unwarranted hatred towards strangers has become the [sad] norm.

5 Ways to Find Guest Blogging Opportunities via Bloguettes

Posting on another blog or bigger website can be a great stepping stone in growing your audience. These are some solid tips on how to figure out whom to approach.

Are Your Images Legal? via Jade and Oak

Such a huge and hugely important issue yet one a lot of people let slip [and I totally used to be guilty of it during my first years of blogging, too].

Why I Didn’t Comment on Your Blog Post via Forever Amber

All. of. These. Are true for me, too, so I’m glad Amber found the right words to sum all the reasons up in one post [that I should probably refer to in the future …]

 

Good good [post to make you smile]

My Shameful Blogging Confessions via Forever Amber

Even if mine/yours aren’t the exact same ones, it feels good to know we’re not alone in having some of these ourselves, right?!

 

Good good [food]

13 Drool-Worthy Macaron Recipes via Oh My Veggies

As if macarons didn’t look enticing enough already, flavours like Blueberry Lemon, Chocolate and Salted Caramel or Strawberry Lemonade just increase the wow factor.

Vegan Coconut Polenta with Harissa Mushroom Bolognese via Feed Me Phoebe

Polenta deserves some more appreciation! This dish hightlights it among an equally as tasty sounding veg bolognese.

Crusty Pumpkin and Kale Pasta Bake via The Glowing Fridge

Cheesy pumpkin sauces are a major favourite of mine and this recipe – from the sauce to the vegetables and cashew crumb topping – has my stomach grumbling.

Pizza beans via Smitten Kitchen

What’s not to like about stick-to-your ribs beans and vegetables in tomato sauce, covered in lots of melty cheese? Gee, that gets me hungry just thinking about it.

Caramelized Endives with Creamy Pumpkin Pasta via Full of Plants

This looks like something you’d be served at a fancy restaurant and sounds so very delicious.

Veggie-Loaded Vegan Shakshuka via Happy Skin Kitchen

This vegan version of the classic doesn’t have to hide. It sounds amazing in its own right.

Gruyère Apple Pie Cinnamon Rolls via Food Meanderings

Quite the advanced recipe and unique flavor combination, this one’s for my bread and cheese-lovin’ friends out there.

Chocolate Cinnamon Walnut Chili via Nutrition Stripped

A hearty meatless chili that speaks to me through the inclusion of plenty o’ beans and warming spices.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Getting to help a slightly stressed dad of a toddler carry some groceries to his car since he’d forgotten to bring a bag. He seemed a little perplexed to be offered help – definitely some selfishness on my part ;).

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Good good links #194

Oh hello there, it’s me again. My posting schedule has been a little erratic lately – some weeks going by, then two in one again. The previous post’s title might have scared some of you away. Politics, eh? But in a funny way, promise – it’s all about the differences between Germany and the US. As in: did you know we actually have a president, too, but you wouldn’t really be aware of it in everyday life? Well, what I also have are many great posts from all around the web for your Sunday reading pleasure. Let me know any thought-provoking or elsewise insightful you’ve stumbled upon in the comments, too.

Happy Sunday!

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

I’m tired of apologising for my (non-controversial) opinions via Forever Amber

The blog world should be a place to openly share whichever opinions we have and – as readers – keep an open mind towards others’.

On Growing Up In Front Of The TFD Comments Section via The Financial Diet

Not just an individual case but something that’s happening all around the internet and has to change.

You Can Have Hard Days via The Lean Green Bean

A must-read because we all have those days [occasionally stretching over longer periods, too]. Also this: “Me struggling with stuff in my life does not trivialize what is going on in the lives of others.”

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Why You Crave Carbohydrates via Bucket List Tummy

A scientific [but still easily understandable] explanation for our cravings and why we should stop working against them.

Learning Your Body With Fertility Awareness Methods via The Real Life RD

While probably not the topic you’d bring up over dinner with friends, Robyn is right in knowledge about it being empowering for us women in being the experts of our own health. Even if you don’t decide to use it as a contraception method.

 

How to Be a Better Listener To Your Friends via The Everygirl

Having that one friend who you know will listen to you with actual interest and empathy is so very important – just as much as being that one to others.

Why “Eat Only When You’re Hungry” Is Terrible Diet Advice via Summer Tomato

So much yes to this! Eating isn’t just a biological response but so much more and even if not all of these are ‘brilliant’ reasons for eating, they are –okay- .

Do Calories Actually Matter? If So, For What? via Mind Body Green

Yes, I know, I know, the terrible ‘c’ word. But this article was surprisingly differentiated in showing a variety of opinions and coming to an overall – in my mind – good conclusion.

What You Need To Know About Food Sensitivity Tests via Hungry Hobby

With many different kinds out there, this is a handy guide to understand the limitations of each test method and determine the one that will give you the best results [should you ever need to get tested, that is].

 

Food

Is Sugar Vegan? via Fitsugar

While old news – hello, oxymoron 😉 – to me [plus, all German sugar is vegan in anyway], I thought this might be an good heads-up if you hadn’t heard about it.

Is Diet Ice Cream Bad For You? via Fitsugar

Want to know how good your Halo Top, Artic Zero and the likes are? Read on [or go with ignorance is bliss; no judgement].

We Asked Health Experts to Share the Worst Nutrition Advice They’ve Ever Heard via Greatist

Now the question is: To laugh about these or to be shocked by the BS some people recommend?

 

Good good [food]

Healthy Vegan Cookie Dough – 3 Ways via Veggiekins

Because let’s face it: cookie dough > baked cookies. And cookie dough so nutritious even mom would approve of you eating it for breakfast? Sign me up.

19 Dairy-Free Ice Creams You Don’t Have to Churn via Greatist

Ice cream season is over? Well, I’m afraid I don’t care because I – and I bet you, too – still want a scoop each of these.

Black Lentil Enchiladas with Zucchini via Naturally Ella

If you asked me what drew me in here: where to start? Lentils, flavourful sauce, cheese – what’s not to like?!

Vegan Pizza Burgers with Mozzarella Cheese Sauce via Catching Seeds

Just reading the ingredient list, I can imagine how good these are. Plus how could they not be with a description ala “like a pepperoni cheese pizza in burger form”?!

 

 

Happiness-inducing today: My morning walk and trying a new recipe for lunch.

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Good good links #193

… and just like that it’s officially fall! Rather than be all boring like “how did that happen??”* Instead, I’ll tell you while I’m not ready for the colder days yet, I’m definitely not opposed to breaking out the scented candles [which one’s your favourite??]. And wearing my new warmer jacket that I bought months ago when it was still way too hot to wear it. [Almost] Everything has a good side to it, too.

Another good thing about this season? Being inside and reading sounds more intriguing again – I’ve been having a harder time compiling these posts in summer because I just wanted to be outside – and as such maybe these links do, too? As usual, let me know any great posts you’ve come across lately in the comments.

Happy Sunday!

 

 

 

* honestly, though, how did that happen??

 

Good good [food for thought]

Sorry, I Don’t Know the Calorie/Fat/Carb Content of My Recipe via Emilie Eats

Many bloggers choose not to include nutritional information with their recipes and Emilies reasons for it are so very good.

Mindful Eating via Yeah … Imma Eat That

Much like intuitive eating, mindfulness often falsely gets promoted as another set of ‘rules’ to follow [i.e. no distractions while eating, slowing down etc.]. In reality, mindfulness looks different for each of us and might change in various seasons of life.

How NOT to o Self-Care via Rachael Hartley Nutrition

When self-care starts to feel like work, it’s time to rethink you routine. Just like mindfulness and intuitive eating, self-care doesn’t look the same for all of us.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Advice for Dietetic Interns: 4 Nuggets of Advice from a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist via Nourish Nutrition

While intended for RDs-to-be, some of these are good reminders for everybody.

Health Is Mind and Body, Not Weight and Appearance via Zen & Spice

Just because somebody looks healthy/fit/happy doesn’t mean they actually are okay underneath.

15 Ways to be Nice to Yourself Today via A Cup of Catherine

Just in case you needed a little reminder to incorporate some little self-care breaks into your day – even if you feel like you had no time at all.

A Body Image Reminder: Your Body is Incredible via Psych Central

A very short but on-point article about why we should appreciate the miracle our body is instead of only seeing its [perceived] flaws.

 

Food and cooking

What Makes Apples Shiny? via FitSugar

Fellow vegetarians will definitely want to read this and everybody else might not be too stoked to find the apples’ shininess is actually quite the dirty secret, either.

Blogging

Insta Reality via Lisa Dawson

We all know Instagram isn’t a portray of real life but actually hearing the ‘hidden’ from huge accounts is relieving time and time again.

 

Good good [posts to make you smile]

Google’s most-searched “how-to” questions capture all the magic and struggle of being human

Funny but some of these contain a grain of truth. The author’s answer to the very last item on the list is perfect and what Google should really tell us.

 

Good good [food]

Apple Pie Bars {Paleo, Vegan} via Paleo Running Momma

Another good thing about autumn? It’s apple season! These bars look the best way to ring it in.

20 Vegan Recipes That Will Wow Non-Vegans! via The Vegan 8

Just as the title suggests, this is a compilation of Brandi’s recipes that will show anybody that vegan food is far from bland and boring.

Chocolate Monkey Bread [vegan, grain-free] via Feasting on Fruit

It’s sticky, chocolatey and gets most of its sweetness from dates which essentially means it’s #healthy, right?!

Simple Homemade Tortillas plus Five Ways to Boost Them via 101 Cookbooks

Storebought tortillas [at least over here] tend to contain a lot of sketchy ingredients. These call for two –and come in a variety of flavours and colours.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Walking past the house of a neighbour blasting music reminiscent of good old movies on my walk today. It made me smile – much needed as today wasn’t the best.

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Good good links #192

Oh hello there! Yes, it’s been a while since we ‘talked’ again. Now I could come up with a dozen and the some excuses but I don’t think that’s cool so no. Life has been happening. The good, the bad. Blogging didn’t and yes, I missed it. So until I come back with fresh posts of my own, here’s some of what made me think, smile or get hungry from all around the blog world lately. If you’ve read any share-worthy posts lately, too, let me know in the comments.

Happy Sunday!

Good good [food for thought]

What is healthy?  Via Delish Knowledge

 Unsure if you’re making a decision because you want to or feel like you should? Reflect on your intention!

Does Wearing Old Clothes Make You A Bad Influencer? Via work work work

Yes, if caring for the environment, being more relatable for your readers and sharing what you actually like and wear makes you one. As in: not.at. all.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

How Having a Daughter Affected My Self-Esteem Issues via Popsugar

In a world infested by diet culture, this was sweet and encouraging to read.

Disordered or Healthy?–questions to help uncover your motivation. via Naomi: Why Roots?

Similar to the post on Delish Knowledge, this one offers a great toolkit to figure out your motivation for ‘healthy’ choices or where they might cover up disordered behaviour.

What Each SATC Character Taught Me (and It Might Not Be What You Expect) via The Everygirl

No need to be a fan of or even having watched the series: these are great takeaways for everyone.

I Want to Skip Right to the Raw and Real via Elephant Journal

What if we all asked ‘how are you?’ and actually meant it?

Because this is important via A Beautiful Mess

Quoting a commenter here because she summed it up so well: “Love wins. Truth wins. Hate and fear are profitable.” Let’s spread love to trump hate.

Why We Experience Decision Fatigue via Man Repeller

Sounds familiar? Ego depletion is very real but there’s a way to work around it at least most of the time.

How to find rest if you are anxious all the time via Apron Strings and Sticky Fingers

Some simple ways to calm down when your anxiety keeps your mind spinning and hinders you from doing just about anything.

11 People Over 30 Share Their Regrets About Their 20s   via Bustle

Because we can’t go back in time ourselves but learn from others mistakes and experiences.

The 411 on ‘Health Pros’ and How They can Help via hello healthy

RDs, nutritionists and health coaches-  Let’s face it: all those different terms are confusing. Another great post by Sarah outlining the differences between the various health experts plus when to consult which one  [and whom not to consult ;)].

 

Blogging

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions About Bloggers via In the Frow

Full-time bloggers will definitely nod their heads while reading this and want to forward this to anyone ever asking annoying questions.

 

Good good [food]

Sweet Corn Polenta with Roasted Tomatoes and Avocado via Naturally Ella

If you haven’t had fresh polenta before, you’re in for a real treat and this version sound a-mazing.

Summer Roll Bowls via The Fitchen

Why mess around with finicky rice paper when you can have the same delicousness in a less stressful way? Brimming with fresh raw vegetables and drizzled with peanut sauce these look so good.

Date-Sweetened BBQ Sauce via Elephantastic Vegan

Store-bought versions usually contain a hefty amount of sugar so this one sounds a million times better.

Date-sweetened Rice Krispy Treats via Feasting On Fruit

Move over, Kellogs. You can’t compete with these perfectly acceptable-for-breakfast-yet-still-dessert-y  bars.

 

Happiness-inducing today: It’s the weekend! And just having an overall good day when I somehow didn’t expect it [don’t ask me why; moods are weird.]

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Good good links #191

Some thing never really change, no? Like the fact it’s super late around these parts as I’m finishing this post. Or the fact there’s always one mosquito hiding too well when you’re actively looking for it only to suddenly pop up next to your ear when you’re sitting down [not like you could tell what’s happening for me right now …]. Anyway, while I haven’t been online as much as usual lately, I did find some great posts worth your time once again. Tell me about any you’ve been enjoying these past weeks in the comments and:

Happy Sunday!

Good good [food for thought]

The Worst Thing You Can Eat: Part Deux

The one ‘ingredient’ that unfortunately accompanies way too many meals for way too many people these days.

What an Eating Disorder Looks Like via The Hungry Caterpillar

Just like health comes at every size, eating disorders do, too. And just because somebody has gained back to a healthy weight doesn’t mean the struggle inside is over yet, either.

How I Define Health via Bucket List Tummy

A thorough walk through what true health looks like in all areas of life and why it’s not as ‘simple’ as some people might think.

The Problem With Health Food That Nobody’s Talking About via Mind Body Green

This really is such a sad and in a way oxymoronic to the image of health and sustainability we believe we’re investing in.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Pursuing stillness via Yeah … Imma Eat That

Are you able to sit and really get in touch with how you’re feeling, even if uncomfortable? Kylie also shares an interesting metaphor on how the same concept can be applied to recovery.

The Steps to Intuitive Eating via The Real Life RD

Intuitive eating is for everyone [because it’s how we’re naturally wired to eat, duh] but there are a few exceptions when we need to take a few intermediate steps before starting the actual journey.

17 Tiny Changes That Make Life More Interesting via Yes and Yes

Shaking out routine up just a little every now and then can make a huge difference.

When You Stop Caring About What You Eat via The Cookie Chrunicles

The amazing point in life when food and decisions surrounding it are no longer dictating any part of your life.

My Best Break-Up Yet via Hummusapien

So much yes! I’m admitting it can be a scary break-up, possibly with occasional steps back, but so worth doing.

 

Blogging and life in general

10 Times I Did It For The Gram {and what I learned} via Damsel in Dior

Hearing ‘big’ bloggers honesty about the stories we don’t see behind their posts always brings back some of the reality we so often miss online.

10 People On The One Thing They Waste Money On Without Even Realizing It  via The Financial Diet

Wonder why your bills are high? These are a good reminder for how the ‘little’ things we mindlessly spend on can really add up.

 

Good good [food]

Clean Classic Apple Pie via Amy’s Healthy Baking

Yes, I’m aware it’s not apple season yet but I stumbled upon this and couldn’t get it off my mind.  Plus, who doesn’t like apples?!

Snickers Hummus with Cookies via Full of Plants

Sounds decadent but is actually made with natural sweeteners and given there are beans it’s essentially a salad, right ;)?

Spicy Vegan Chickpea Breakfast Bowls  via Yup, It’s Vegan

Being a huge fan of both savoury breakfasts and chickpeas in general, this sounds immensely satisfying.

Green Lentil Salad that’ll have you come back for more via The Healthy Foodie

You know a salad’s looking promising if I – the non-salad vegetarian 😉 – find it enticing and this one definitely fits the bill.

Margherita Pizza Soup via Vintage Kitty

Flavourful and garlicky tomato soup with cheesy breadsticks? Sign me up.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Repeat offender but … having  P. around.  I can never get enough of his cute personality.

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