Last week, I read this post by Danielle Zeigler about Why You Should Do Link Round-ups on Your Blog. Link round-ups are a great way to introduce readers to new blogs, network with other bloggers and encourage conversation about interesting and fun topics! I’ve been thinking about starting a round up on my blog for a while and that article was just the inspiration I needed.
Without further ado– here’s my first Sunday Link Love! I’m linking up with Running with Spoons in the hopes of meeting new and interesting bloggers!
Health & Nutrition
How To: Beat Belly Bloat via Nutrition Stripped
Distorting Nutrition Facts to Generate Buzz via Huffington Post
5 Things a Dietitian Would Never Say via US News
Behind New Dietary Guidelines, Better Science via NY Times (from two weeks ago, but I think it’s still an important article to share!)
National Nutrition Month via RDelicious Kitchen: important to know the difference between an RD and a nutritionist!
Hot Yoga Tips for Beginners via Jill Conyers
5 Pilates Exercises That Will Strengthen Your Yoga Practice via Mind Body Green
A Week of Quick, Healthy Meals via The Lean Green Bean: looking forward to this series– as her Bean Bytes series is already awesome, this one will be awesome too!
11 Ways to Use Miso Paste via Food Confidence: how cool are the graphics in this post?
Healthy Kitchen Hacks #6 – The Green Edition via Teaspoon of Spice
Spicy Shrimp Tacos via The Lean Green Bean
Butternut Squash Black Bean Enchiladas via Dietitian Debbie: how gorgeous are her pictures.
10 Everyday Habits To Make You A Calmer Person via Mind Body Green
How to Start a Meditation Practice via Avocado A Day Nutrition
Ten Unique Ways to Reduce Stress via Healthy Helper Blog
Engaging in the Moment Instead of Wanting to Be Somewhere Else via Tiny Buddha
5 Beliefs About Happiness That Make Us Unhappy via Tiny Buddha
Why You Should Do Link Round-ups on Your Blog via Danielle Zeigler
Follow me…or don’t. via InspiredRD
Kaboom Pics: under the Creative Commons Zero license– free photos to use without having to link back!
(teehee, sorry couldn’t resist!)