Food For the … #2

It’s been awhile since I have done a link love post so here ya go:

FOOD FOR THE MIND

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Complaining is Not a Conversation — from Happy Herbivore

5 Questions to Ask Before Posting to Social Media — from Relevant Magazine

Your Success Does Not Depend on the Failure of Others — from The Healthy Maven

Does Eating a Healthy Diet Cost More? — from Kat’s Health Corner

Calories — from Picky Runner

Cleaning Up the Blog Reader — from The Big Man’s World

Why Does the Bible Mention Unicorns? — from Creation Today

15 Reasons Why Your New Years Resolution Left You More Bloated Than Ever — from A Gutsy Girl

19 Conundrums Only Book Lovers Understand — from Huffington Post

FOOD FOR THE BELLY

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Chocolate Almond Microwave Cake — from Slices of Sarah Pie

Healing Raw Cookie Dough Treat — from Sweetly Fit

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Blondies — from The Healthy Maven

Crispy Chicken Dippers — from PaleOMG

Paleo Trix Cereal — from Brittany Angell

Cookie Dough Cinnamon Rolls with Cookie Dough Frosting — from Purely Twins

Paleo Chocolate, and Coconut Banana Cake — from Flake and Cake

No Bake Muddy Buddy (or Puppy Chow) Bars — from Sweet Your Heart Out

Easy Turkey Meatloaf — from Eat Great, Be Great

FOOD FOR THE EYES

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Dogs, Cats, and Trust — from YouTube

The Bullying Experiment — from Fousey YouTube

Spider Man 2 Trailer — from Sony Pictures

How the Desolation of Smaug Should Have Ended — from How it Should Have Ended

Gosselin Twins All Grown Up — from OK Magazine

X-Men Trailer — from Cieon Movies

Stop Everything You Are Doing and Watch This Dog Dance — from Buzzfeed

Watch This Kid’s Jaw Dropping Skating Routing — from Natasia Fan 101 Take 10

Hilarious Pet Videos — from Facebook

FOOD FOR THE SOUL

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Integrity Meets Kindness — from Runnin Sri Lankan

You’re Never Alone — from Jessie Loves to Run

It’s Just Not Okay — from Healthful Pursuit

Comparison is the Thief of Joy — from Mile Posts

What’s Under Your Nose — from Peace, Love and Oats

The Star Fish Story — from Eat Great, Be Great

You can check out my first “Food For the…” post here!

Have a great weekend everyone!

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Questions for you:

What is your weekly Food for the… Mind, Belly, Eyes, and Soul?

What are you thoughts on some of these articles? Some are just for fun, but a lot this week are kind of deep. They left me with a lot to think about, both good and bad.

What are your plans for the weekend?

29 thoughts on “Food For the … #2

  1. 1) Chocolate Almond Microvwave Cake sounds AMAZING! Yum yum. 2) I noticed the Gosselin twins all grown up link – you HAVE to Google their interview on the Today Show from yesterday (if you haven’t already seen it!) SO AWKWARD!! 3) Enjoyed the ‘Comparison is the Thief of Joy’ post 🙂 4) Not sure of my plans for the weekend besides lunch with some family tomorrow afternoon. I really want to go see a movie too (Dallas Buyers Club, Saving Mr. Banks, American Hustle); I feel like there are so many great movies out right now!!

    • 1. Yes, Sarah is a genius. 2. I watched that interview and I couldn’t believe how they acted! I honestly felt sorry for Kate. I couldn’t even finish. 3. 🙂 4. Did you end up watching any of those movies? I really want to see American Hustle but it looks like I’ll have to wait until it’s in theaters because absolutely no one I know wants to see it with me.

  2. Hey that’s my cake! 🙂 Thanks for sharing the link. That hobbit/smaug video is hilarious and I always love when you share links because you have all these great posts I never would have found.

    • Haha. That happens to me too during this link love posts, especially Bean Bytes with The Lean Green Bean. Sometimes I’ll go back days later because I got distracted during one of the articles I was reading. Andrew Garfield is definitely swoon-worthy.

    • Haha. That article seems really out of place up there with everything else, but I thought the logic was pretty fascinating. And the idea that in a sense unicorns really “did” exist gave me a weird sort of happiness/satisfaction. How is the HP series going? Are you still reading them? (If I remember correctly…)

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