Posts Tagged ‘links’
Hello wonderful people! How was your week? Mine was pretty quiet – an exam, a chocolate tasting and probably a bit too much Twitter. On to the links!
Love this post on running and writing. Side note – I am listening to his selected music as I type this.
Celia wrote a lovely post on how learning new skills has empowered her.
This NY Times article really opened my eyes on the science and marketing of mass produced food.
Cassie’s done it again! Check out her advice on why you’re failing at dieting.
I need an excuse to make these no bake banana caramel cheesecakes. The husband hates bananas and I know if I made them I would eat them ALL.
What have you found interesting/useful/bizarre on the interwebs this week? Do share!
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Hello lovely people! How have you been? I have had a brilliant week! I attended my first ever Twitter party (yes I am *finally* on Twitter), finished the first week of my twelve week transformation and spent a wonderful Valentine’s day with my husband. I also discovered loads of amazing links for you.
Amy wrote a wonderfully honest and authentic piece on how her yoga training is changing her life.
Joy shared some fantastic blogging tips.
Pamela wrote about getting more than she bargained for on the massage table. WARNING: NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH!
Oh wow, so useful: How to get started when when you’re a life-long procrastinator. Thanks Bev!
And finally Cassie shared a beautiful post on what love feels like.
How about you? What treasures have found on the internet this week?
Photo courtesy Karen Newman.
Hello gorgeous people! How were your weeks? I spent mine learning a new computer program, cooking, trying out burlesque dancing and cleaning all the things.
Sarah Helpola has written on why having a bucket list may not necessarily be the best thing.
After all the indulgences over the festive period, I think I’ll be cooking up a big batch of Amy’s emergency soup this week!
The Dame has compiled a list of awesome and inspirational women bloggers you should totally check out.
Still haven’t made any resolutions yet? Nubby Twiglet wrote a great post on dreaming big, setting goals and doing what you love. OK, so it was written for 2012, but is still relevant to 2013!
I am loving the London Grumblr! So, so true.
How about you? What have you found interesting on the interwebz this week?
Photo courtesy Sirwiseowl.