Good good links #188

… and the flakiest blogger award goes to: me! I know, I know. Rather than go into a lengthy explanation of the why I’ll dive straight into some the best posts I’ve come across lately.  I might also feel extra tired after a day of traveling with more stress-inducing train delays that should be possible on a relatively short distance. Major props to Deutsche Bahn for managing that ;).  But onto those links now!

Good good [food for thought]

How Eating Intuitively Helped Me Live More Intuitively via Hummusapien

This! I might have been sharing a lot of Alexis’ posts lately but this one is a must-read again.

The Metabolic Power of Pleasure via Psychology of Eating

Really fascinating [hence why I put it into this category rather than the seond]. If this doesn’t make you slow down, truly savour your food and stop labeling anything as ‘bad’. Spoiler alert: the latter might even help you absorb nutrients better.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

Talking About Money Is A Gift To Everyone Around You via yes and yes

Truth: I’m uncomfortable talking about it, too, but this post has some very strong arguments for opening up the conversation to help each other.

Giving up via Loved and Worthy of Loving

Forgoing the focus on results and changing our motivation to do something – in this case exercise – might make us a lot happier than we would expect.

7 Myths Nutritionists Wish You’d Stop Believing via Popsugar

Some new insight on salt, diet soda, muscles turning into fat (do they?) and others you might not have heard of before.

What Happened When I Quit Exercise via Mind Body Green

Rather than just confirm once again – like many posts have before – that no, we won’t gain endless amounts of weight, the author explores the limiting beliefs she held about herself and at that kept her stuck exercising despite not enjoying it.

The Simple Hack That Prevents Your Ponytail From Sagging During Workouts via FitSugar

Say sayonara to readjusting your hair 294858 times a day.

 

9 Health Documentaries That Are Scary, Uplifting, and Streaming on Netflix via Popsugar

These make me wish I had a Netflix account again. Though as of yet they’re not available over here so if you’re in the US …

 

Blogging

Why SEO is KILLING your blog via Helene in Between

Calm down, you haven’t been studying all the SEO advice for nothing. Just make sure you do this first, then let SEO follow.

9 Common Social Media Mistakes to Avoid via Bloguettes

This one’s especially interesting if you’re trying to market yourself/your blog as a stand-out brand.

The Trouble with Twitter via Forever Amber

Further proof that social media unfortunately brings out the very nasty side in some people. Having a strong opinion on something isn’t an issue, neither voicing it [in a friendly way] online. But shaming others for having a different one or aggressively trying to change theirs isn’t cool.

Income Reports: What we learned and why we’re stopping via Pinch of Yum

Many people have been fans of Bjork’s monthly income reports for ages but I actually like this one so much more. These lessons are truly helpful for pretty much every aspect of life, not just blogging.

 

Good good [food]

Vegan No-Churn Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream via Blissful Basil

Sweetened only by dates and a bit of maple syrup, this sounds perfect for those hot days where you want both the refreshment of a cool treat and the comforting bliss of a cinnamon roll.

Black and White Chocolate Pudding [vegan] via Golubka Kitchen

Such a simple but still elegant [healthier] dessert made from few easy ingredients.

Peanut Butter Sheet Cake [vegan + gluten-free] via Full of Plants

Peanut butter in the cake, more peanut butter in the frosting and topping – yesss, please.

Frozen Gluten Free + Vegan Peanut Butter Cup Pie via A Saucy Kitchen

More peanut butter because there’s no such thing as too much of it. Especially not if you add chocolate.

Moroccan Spiced Carrots with Chickpeas and Raisins via Clean Eats, Fast Feets

From the two main ingredients – hi, chickpea and carrot fiend – to the spices and the fruity kick of the raisins, everything about this dish speaks to me.

Bean Bake with Greens and Turnips via Naturally Ella

Aside from being pretty to look at, this easy to prepare vegan dish just sound so hearty and satisfying.

Happiness-inducing today: Spending time with my sister and P. [plus my parents and her husband, obviously]. Totally worth the train troubles.

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Good good links #187

Oh hi, yes, I’m still alive. I know I was MIA on here for quite a while and not really active in the remainder of the blog world, either. Can I offer you up a collection of read-worthy posts to  make up for my absence? These are some amazing ones for sure. Once again, I found more than I could include in trying to keep the size of this list manageable and giving every post the chance to shine [aka: be read by at least one person]. Enough rambling here, though. Enjoy your Sunday and these posts!

 

 

 

Good good [food for thought]

Levels of Stimulation: Where Is Your Sweet Spot? via My little tablespoon

Knowing where you fall on this spectrum can help you develop a better understanding of your reaction to certain situations and be kinder towards yourself [and/or others].

On Living Your Unicorn Life via Hummusapien

Alexis’ posts have been a breath of fresh air in the healthy living blog world lately and this one is no different.  Reminding out that life is meant to be fun and embracing the ebb and flow of it the best way to truly thrive.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

How Choosing Not to Drop A Dress Size Improved My Life & My Bank Account via The Financial Diet

Right in time for summer:  strong and practical arguments for not stressing about shedding any pounds like just about every magazine tells you to.

4 Ways You May Be Stressing Your Body Without Knowing It via Bucket List Tummy

Work and family aren’t the only things that can stress you out. In fact, you might do some of these with good intentions, not knowing they’re not working in your favour.

Fitness Pros Have Bad Body Image Days, Too. Here’s How They Cope via hello healthy

A lot of great tips you might not have thought of yourself before. Especially that final line!

Satisfaction vs. Fullness  via Avocado a Day Nutrition

This! Eating a million vegetables might fill us up but won’t ever leave us feeling truly satisfied.

No need to detox via The Muffin Myth

This! Complete with a list o things you should do and eat instead.

 

Culture

Ramadan 101 via wit and delight

Especially in today’s world, trying to get a little more insight into other cultures. Posts like this one help [read the comment section, too].

 

Blogging

FULL GUIDE: How To Land Sponsored Travel as a Blogger via Helene in Between

If getting paid for traveling or even just a meal out sounds like a dream to you: here’s how. Helene did an amazing job at answering all questions you might have.

Why You Can’t Start A Blog In Just Minutes via Coffee with Summer

What the countless posts telling you it was possible forget to mention.

 

Good good [posts to make you smile]

21 Pinterest Cooking Fails You’ve Literally Never Seen Before via Buzzfeed

Once you’ve seen these you’ll never feel bad about your cooking skills again. Ever.

 

Good good [food]

Vegan PBJ Muffins with Peanut Butter Streusel via Elephantastic Vegan

If you’re –so- over sandwiches, this fabulous recipe offers you a both dessert- and breakfast-suitable way to enjoy the classic combination.

Vegan Magic Cookie Bars via Feasting on Fruit

Double the magic in these ingeniously fruit-sweetened bars. Try and guess the secret to refined sugar-free caramel here – it’s not dates!

Baked Alaska-Inspired Tofu Pudding via Healthy. Happy. Life

Chocolate and peanut pudding topped with a toasted marshmallow – could this get any better??

Fattoush Nachos with Crispy Za’atar Roasted Chickpeas via The Full Helping

Definitely not your average nacho platter this sounds like an amazing fusion of different cuisines.

Raspberry Chipotle Black Bean Chili [vegan] via Fannetastic Food

Fruit in chili is always a great idea but I’ve never tried berries in it. Consider me intrigued!

Happiness-inducing today: The first strawberries of the season from my mum’s garden.

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Good good links #186

Hello there, Sunday. You came faster than expected. Which also means it’s time to share some of my favourite posts found in the past two weeks with you again. With too many thoughts on my mind right now, I won’t say much more than enjoy and have a happy – hopefully sun-filled – Sunday! If you saw any other great posts feel free to share them in the comments.

Happy reading!

Good good [food for thought]

Does Body Positivity Still Matter? via Refinery 29

In a time of political arousal all around, this one brings up good pointson why taking care of our own well-being and the issues we battle daily still isn’t entirely selfish.

Am I Normal? The Answer is Always YES. Via Avocado a Day Nutrition

Relieving and at the same time an invitation to get thinking about your underlying reasons for questioning whether you fit in or not.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

‘Better’ Probably Takes Less Time Than You Think via Yes and Yes

Raise your hand if you put things off because they ‘take too long right now’.  If so, this post might prove you wrong [and it totally did for me].

3 Compelling Reasons to Schedule More Nothing via be more with less

If you’re constantly rushing around and schedule something for every waking minute, this one’s for you. There’s no arguing these reasons.

What Else I Gained When I Gained 15 Pounds via Emilie Eats

A great reminder for all of us needing to gain weight but finding  it so very hard mentally. There’s more to gain back than just the weight.

Are You Accidentially Food-Shaming Yourself and Others? via Mind Body Green

Mind your language! Knowledge about [healthy] food is good but don’t let it take away from your [and others’] pleasure in eating whatever you want.

When You’re At The Pool With All The Skinny Girls via Medium

A lesson on appreciating [and living in] the now and yourself for who you are and how you look like.

Get the Bikini Body (Mentality) Without Dieting via Abbey’s Kitchen

Sound advice that is a lot better than crash dieting or missing out on all the fun [food and elsewise].

Impostor Syndrome: Getting Over Self-Doubt via This Renegade Love

Ever doubt everything about yourself so strongly it keeps you from getting anything done? This one’s for you.

The Trouble with Following Your Own Path via Helene in Between

No two people life journeys look the exact same and that’s not just okay but what makes life interesting. What makes others happy doesn’t have to be true for you so don’t let comparison or other people’s expectations get you stressed out.

 

Blogging

4 Things That Change When You Start Monetizing Your Blog via The Blog Market

For readers: how to tell if the blogger you’re following is making an effort to gain not just readers but some coins. For bloggers: how to do just that.

11 Crafty Ways to Repurpose Old Content via Elle & Company

Because we all can’t constantly create new content – here’s how to let those oldies but goodies shine again.

 

Good good [posts to make you smile]

Hilarious Winners of the First Annual ‘Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards’

Cuteness overload! I’m not one to watch funny cat videos but these are plain amazing.

 

Good good [food]

Vegan Coconut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream via Beaming Baker

No ice cream maker? No problem. This no-churn cross between nice cream and (duh!) ice cream just calls for a blender.

Blueberry Macarons with Blueberry Mascarpone Cream via Joanne Eats Well With Others

Just how amazing do these sound?! The flavour combination is so unique and perfect for berry season coming up.

Gooey Brownie Skillet (gluten-free) via The Toasted Pine Nut

The sneaky flour sub in this skillet of chocolatey deliciousness promises a whole lot of flavor.

 Easy Jackfruit “Chicken” Quinoa Bowls via Full of Plants

One of those intriguing natural vegan meat replacements I have yet to try but this looks amazing.

Cheesy Cauliflower, Lentil and Buckwheat Bake (vegan) via Food to Glow

With filling buckwheat, lentils and cheese this is serious comfort food that also offers some nutritional benefits. Win-win.

Vegan Seitan Tikka Masala via The Conscientious Eater

Seitan – though I’m not eating it often enough [lazy!] – is my favourite meat replacement and Faith’s dish sounds amazing and so creamy.

Thai Mango Curry with Lentils via iFoodReal

Mango is such a great addition to curry and this vegan one packs in some legume protein, too.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Time with the family and sunshine. Summer Spring is really picking up around here now.

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Good good links #185

Confession: I was super late in assembling today’s post. With family around and my mind pondering many things lately, I’ve been neglecting the blog and blog world as a whole lately. Sorry for just disappearing at times. I’m not going to give up blogging, only need some time to figure things out here and there. Ah well, no more vague-rambling but some great posts for your reading pleasure. As always feel free to drop links to posts that made you think or feel inspired lately in the comments.

Happy reading!

How to Attract a Man … via Ally in Blunderland

Newsflash [for the males out there]: Women aren’t constantly trying to be eye candy for male gazes and definitely don’t need anybody’s stamp of approval for any choices they make [clothes, make-up or whichever else ones].

You Will Regret These Choices in 10 Years via Huffington Post

True. Powerful. Some might be a little hard to swallow if you already made them [raising my hand]  but also provide the chance to better yourself in the future. Not too late yet.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

It’s Time to Embrace Slow Technology via Cait Flanders

When social media does more harm than good – hi, anxiety and stress- we might need to rethink our relationship with it.

What To Do When Your Friend Loses a Baby via Pinch of Yum

An important and in-depth post on how to be a good friend in one of the hardest situations a couple can experience. As much as I hope as few mums/dads as possible have to experience this, having a support squad would be so needed.

Things I want every to Tell Every College-Aged Woman via Clean-Eating Veggie Girl

Wise beyond her years, Hannah shares some lessons many of us will find relieving to hear.

6 Ways to Calm Digital Overwhelm via hello glow

#1 has been key in my life for the past months and the others listed here are really good, too [who else needs to work on the tab situation??].

Why Authenticity Is So Important In Social Media via Coffee with Summer

So much yes! Authenticity is a core value and what draws me to other accounts on social media.

If You’re Still Doing These 10 Things At Age 25, It’s Totally Freaking Okay via The Financial Diet

Don’t tell me I was the only one feeling relieved reading through this list!

 

Food

5 Major Health Benefits Of Gluten (This Is Not A Drill) via Mind Body Green

Finally some research proving gluten is by far not the evil its made up to be.

 

Recovery

Having a structure of spontaneity with movement. via Yeah … Imma Eat That

Getting to the [mental] place where working out and moving in general are gentle and in line with what we need that exact day [= intuitive] can be hard but is so worth working on.

How to Not Stress Over Exercise On Vacation via Healthy Hits the Spot

A great addition to the above post, this one helps figure out if working out on vacation is what you truly need [i.e. enhancing the experience] or forced.

A Thank You to My ED via Katalyst Health

As horrible as they are, EDs can also have [major] positive impacts on some people’s lives. Kat’s story is a beautiful example of one such case.

 

Good good [Instagram account]

Jennifer Rollin

Body-positivity, recovery inspiration and guaranteed to make you feel at least a little more at peace with yourself.

 

Good good

Are You Normal? Via ASAP Science

Well, after watching this I’d say I’m semi-normal ;).

7 of the Best Mood-Boosting Websites We Could Find via Hubspot

Because who doesn’t ever need some happiness-inducers in their life?!

 

Good good [food]

30 Super Chocolatey Vegan Chocolate Desserts via It doesn’t taste like chicken

Don’t click over if hungry. Or just get ready for what vegan chocolate-filled dreams are made of.

Creamy Millet Porridge with Roasted Strawberries via Naturally Ella

Millet usually isn’t my favourite grain but this looks so dreamily creamy.

Easy Paleo and Vegan Chocolate Pudding via Paleo Running Momma

Sometimes it’s the simple things and this looks incredibly luscious while being made from natural ingredients and without refined sugar.

Nut-free Satay Sauce via Five Beans Food

A really creative alternative for those with pesky peanut or nut allergies.

Broccoli Quinoa Salad with Creamy Lemon Dressing via Well Plated by Erin

Neither a fan of salads in general nor quinoa the fact this really appeals to me says a lot.

Quinoa Taco Bowls with Guacamole via Plantings and Pairings

These might just be one the easiest to prepare taco bowls out there –and still so flavor- and beautiful.

How to Make Marbled Rainbow Toast via A Beautiful Mess

Now I might not be a bread person but this? You eat with your eyes after all.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Babysitting P. No more aunt gushing here but damn, that little guy stole my heart.

 

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Good good links #183

Hi there!

Did the Easter weekend sneak up on you, too? I know I’m repeating myself here but I can.not.believe how far ahead into the year we’ve already progressed. Wasn’t Christmas just yesterday? Granted, the fact we still had our ‘tree’ up until after my birthday at the end of January might screw my memories here ;).

Anyway, in case your Easter egg hunt wasn’t successful or you – like me – don’t get to have on: here are some good links you don’t even have to search for. Though wasn’t the search almost as good if not better as eating the candy? <- digressing once again; state of my mind late at night so I’d better just wish you …

Happy reading and happy Easter Sunday!

 

Good good links

 

Good good [food for thought]

On Feeding Your Soul via Hummusapien

After multiple unsuccessful attempts at summing this up I’ll just highly recommend you read Alexis’ post. Inlcuding a pledge that we might all consider following.

Mental Health is Health, too via Avocado a Day Nutrition

Are the ‘healthy’ habits you’re engaging in actually healthy for you [mentally]?

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

On Being Authentic And Sharing Our Lives With The World via The Blissful Mind

Something I struggle with, too, and think many introverts will be able to relate to.

Why we need to talk about menstruation and breastfeeding via well and good

No matter where you stand politically [you’ll know what I mean when you click over] I hope you’ll agree we need to take the stigma off these issues.

Happy Weight and Weight Loss via The Real Life RD

While weight loss isn’t my goal I’m sure it’s what keeps some people from trying IE so Robyn’s post might be reassuring.

7 Things You Need to Know Before You Begin Eating Intuitively via Healthy Hits the Spot

For some of us getting back in touch with our intuition can require a little extra guidance and these points are spot on.

Health Benefits of Reading via Verily Mag

Just in case you need a little more motivation to hit up the bookstore or library again.

4 Things You Can Do To Anti-Age Your Brain via Peaceful Dumpling

While I take posts like these with a grain of salt the tips mentioned here seem pretty sound.

The Hidden Side Effects of ‘Food as Medicine’ by Rachael (Avocado a Day) via Kara Lydon

Food can do a lot but not everything works the same way for everybody. Similar to Rachael’s post in the first category this is a good summary:In the end, trying to eat “perfectly” was causing me more anxiety than my anxiety.

 

Blogging

Why I’m over sponsored social media posts via Run, Lift, Yoga

We obviously need to distinguish between different kinds of sponsored posts but in general: so much yes to this! I recommend reading this article – as mentioned in the post – to get the full picture of how crazy things can get.

The Hidden (And Not-So-Hidden) Costs of Being a Blogger via Forever Amber

Especially for those people getting serious about it blogging by far isn’t an inexpensive little hobby anymore.

How I Grew My Instagram Following via Erin’s Inside Job

A great detailed post on the [time-intense] work involved in growing your account.

 

Instagram posts

This post.

The fact the modeling industry isn’t exactly body-positive and healthy is hardly surprising anymore. But this model’s account of her experiences is yet more proof change needs to happen. “Maybe I wasn’t made to be on the covers of magazines and shooting the biggest and best brands, but I was made for a reason”

 

Good good [food]

Polenta Cake [from “The New Vegan] via The Blue Bride

This sounds – and looks! – amazing in that it’s easy to prepare but offers an interesting combination of flavours [blood oranges, maple, almonds, pistachios, cashew frosting].

Vegan Chocolate Cream Eggs via It doesn’t taste like chicken

Cadbury has nothing on these colourful plantbased ‘eggs’.  Bonus: homemade means you can have them all year round!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Avocado Brownies (vegan) via The Almond Eater

No-bake and made from just a few good-for-you ingredients, including peanut butter – how much better could it get?!

Vegan Oil-Free Oat Bran Applesauce Muffins via The Conscientious Eater

Bran muffins hold a special place in my heart and these look plain amazing.

Vanilla Oatmeal Ice Cream via Feasting on Fruit

Dreamily creamy ice cream made from little more than oats, dates and coconut milk?! I’m super intrigued.

Vegan Zucchini Fudgy Brownies via The Vegan 8

A second but completely different brownie recipe in here because you can never have too many of those.

Curried Chickpea Dosas [vegan, gluten-free] via My little tablespoon

Hearty chickpea curry in homemade dosas – pure Indian-inspired comfort food.

Gigantes plaki via Lazy Cat Kitchen

Memories of a holiday in Greece come up right away plus legumes + tomato sauce always hit the spot for me.

Easy Homemade Vegetable Soup (gluten-free & vegan) via Southern In-Law

The weather might be getting warmer for most of us but who’d say no to a comforting soup like this any time of the year?

 

Happiness-inducing today: Going for a walk at just the right time to avoid getting caught in one of the many downpours we’ve been having.

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Good good links #182

Current state: In utter disbelief about the fact 1/4 of the year is already over again. Hi there, April!

For some reason, this week’s edition of Good good links turned out to be very food and intuitive eating-centric. I’m not entirely pleased with that fact because life absolutely revolves around more than just that. But a) it’s how things organically worked out this time and b) the weather is too gorgeous for me to feel like spending more time in search of non-food/diet posts to create a balance ;). I hope you’ll forgive me or – as they’re good posts still – actually enjoy these links.

Happy reading and happy Sunday!

 

Good good links

 

Good good [food for thought]

How I’m Winning the Body-after-Baby Battle via Beauty Redefined

Game changer. Initially, I tried to sum this up with a quote here but the whole post is quote-worthy and hence so very well worth your time reading it. “I haven’t been a body – I’ve been so much more than a body.” Must-read! By far not just for new mums but –any- woman who has ever experienced body image struggles.

To The Woman Addicted to Working Out via The Healthy Maven

Powerful and encouraging words that I’m sure many of us can relate to or direly need to read.

 

Good good [advice and inspiration]

How to Listen to Your Body via The Balanced Berry

Not an easy feat with all the contradictory and confusing advice as well as comparison these days but Les shares some practical ‘exercises’ to get back in touch with your intuition.

the healthiest way to eat via The Real Life RD

Once again, Robyn is spot on and an example of a truly healthy perspective on food and life in general.

What Life Is Like After Weight Loss (Hint: It’s Not What You’d Expect) via Mind Body Green

A great reminder that we have to create the desired afterlife before we start changing our bodies [if at all!]. No matter how many pounds we drop: the real work has to come from within.

If You’re Hungry, Please Eat! via Bucket List Tummy

This! Having hunger signals and all the foods we want available is a huge blessing many people  so denying ourselves nourishment when we need it is so wrong.

Fullness vs satisfaction. via Yeah … Imma Eat That

There’s a huge and important difference between the two of these. Restrictive eating can create only fullness, not satisfaction.

Can Runners Be TOO Healthy? 4 signs that you may not actually be as healthy as you think via Run Whole Nutrition

Constant injuries, no period and others: These are major red flags that shouldn’t be ignored.

 

Rediscovering a Zest for Life via Psychology Today

Taking microadventures to “rediscover who we really are and begin to live our lives more passionately. ”

 

Blogging

Stayng Sane and Balanced While Working From Home via Rachl Mansfield

Not sugarcoating anything Rachel offers great insight into what life as a full-time blogger means and how to make sure you still have a social life.

Why I Broke Up with The Huffington Post To Go Steady with Medium via Beyond Your Blog

Really interesting for any blogger looking for contribution opportunities on bigger platforms.

 

Good good [links to make you laugh]

13 Gifs that Describe You Trying to Eat Healthy

Probably not as relatable for us health nuts anymore but a good laugh nonetheless.

 

Good good [food]

Best Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Treats. via Half Baked Harvest

Caramel, rice crispy treats and chocolate?! Judging from the pictures only I’ll dare to say the title might just be right [read: de-lisc-ious].

Carrot Cake Paleo Magic Cookie Bars via Food Faith Fitness

Packed with all the good ingredients these do indeed look kind of magical.

30 Vegan Breakfast Recipes – That you’ll Actually Want to Eat! via Vegan Huggs

From [whiskey] pancakes and French Toast Muffins to savoury casseroles and vegan salmon bagels these plantbased recipes will make you want to eat breakfast for every meal [or maybe that’s just me???]

No Bake Peanut Butter Pretzel Bars [Gluten-Free / Vegan] via Katalyst Health

Salty pretzels, peanut butter and chocolate all in one healthy treat? Sign. Me. Up.

Cheesy Lentil Slice via Amuse Your Bouche

Combine legumes, vegetables and cheese and you’ve got a recipe for success – this one sounds amazing.

4-Ingredent Broccoli Tater Tots via She Likes Food

Regukar tater tots have nothing on these amazing green [and vegan!] ones.

 

Happiness-inducing today: Taking the time for a longer walk rather than getting overwhelmed by my to-do list and truly taking in nature.

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