Fascinating Friday Links #20

Ooo we’re at numero venti for Fascinating Friday Links today!

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I apologize for this coming to you a wee bit later than usual, but I was speaking at a college process meeting for junior (11th grade) parents last night until about 8:15. Then when I came home, all I wanted to do was eat dinner and go to sleep. In reality though, I needed to work on an essay.

Anyway, I’ll just give y’all the links that I’ve been loving this week. There are some really cool articles in the health and fitness section especially!

Health and Fitness

[Believe that you can do them] Women’s difficulty with pull-ups is more than about biology via Fit and Feminist

[Nutrition has changed] Why your ancestors were fertile…but you aren’t via Butter Nutrtition

[Very interesting] How Being Heavy or Lean Shapes Our View of Exercise via NY Times

[Different forms of exercise bring different fitness benefits] Myths and Misconceptions: Exercise is NOT for Calorie Burning via ACE Fit

[Great workouts!] Crazy 100s via Strength and Sunshine + Booty Purely Training Workout via Purely Twins + Man Maker Complex Workout via Peanut Butter Runner + The 50 Rep Workout via Peanut Butter Fingers

[Our eats reflect our mental health] The Intersection of Nutrition and Mental Health via Kath Eats

[I’ve been loving suspension training] The Cheapest Way to Step Up Your Bodyweight Workout via Greatist

[Move and groove, even if it’s just for 5 minutes!] Move for 5 via The Lean Green Bean

Food for Thought

[Something we don’t often realize] Your Success Does Not Depend on the Failure of Others via The Healthy Maven

[Inspiring] Woman’s 100-Day Time Lapse Will Change Your Life Forever via Greatist

[This lady is so strong] How Cyber-Bullying Changed My Life via Huff Post Live

[Wonderful things to add] Five Things to Add to Your Life via The Real Life RD

[LOVE THIS SO MUCH] I don’t give a damn. via Olive to Run

[Bulky is in the eye of the beholder] Yes, Women Can Get Too Bulky via Your Trainer Paige

[Because we all get unhappy sometimes] 10 Places Unhappy People Search for Happiness via Marc and Angel

Food for Belly

[I like nuts, bananas, and cookies] Macadamia Nut Banana Cookies via Yeah…Imma Eat That

[This looks like a wonderful way to start the day] Orange Maple Polenta via Edible Perspective

[Favorite veggie!] Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries, Walnuts, and Feta via Hungry Healthy Girl

[Perf.] Peppery Cheese Bread via Taste and Tell

[Need to try this] Overnight Baked French Toast Cups via The Lean Green Bean + Healthy Aperture

[Stuff it] Apple Cinnamon Stuffed French Toast Bake via Nut Butter Runner

[Honey mustard goodness] Slow-Cooker Honey Mustard Drumsticks via The Healthy Maven + Rainbow Chicken Salad with Almond Honey Mustard Dressing via Pinch of Yum

Miscellaneous Fun

[Easy, but super cute design] A Painted Pattern That Only Looks Complicated via Young House Love

[What the freak is this bikini bridge nonsense???] The Best Thing to Come Out of the “Bikini Bridge” Hoax? These 5 Kick-Ass Women’s Responses via Greatist

Phew. That’s a lot o’ links! Hopefully you found some to enjoy on this lovely Friday!

So tell me:

Which links did you enjoy?

What are you doing this weekend?

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18 thoughts on “Fascinating Friday Links #20

  1. I love brussels sprouts as well and that recipe looks delicious! This weekend I will be getting in plenty of reading and relaxing 😀 and studying because exams are fast approaching!

  2. I love this post and look forward to it every week! I really enjoyed “I don’t give a damn” “exercise is not for calorie burning” “five things to add to your life” and that peppery cheese bread!!! Yum!
    Have a great weekend Alison!

  3. So many good reads…the “Bulk story” really hit home for me. I’ve always tried to avoid getting any form of bulky muscle but back when I was riding it kind of came with the sport. And yesss to “I don’t give a damn”. Davida’s post on success/failure is just so incredible. I notice that sort of thing way too much these days. We need to get every.one to read that 😉

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