Here are a few links I’m loving right now!
1. Are you still mourning the loss of Google Reader? Never fear! Katy gives tips on using Feedly instead. I have yet to make the switch but will be doing so soon!
2. Ashley has been going gluten free to see if she has any sort of positive (or negative) reactions. I really loved reading her perspective, since she isn’t doing it because she has an allergy. I’ve never thought of getting rid of gluten in my diet until we did the detox. I don’t have an allergy, but I can definitely tell that I feel different whenever I eat too many bread products. I have significantly cut back and don’t feel as bloated all of the time, which is a nice change.
3. LOVE Cassie and her blog (though I’m a Purdue fan, boo IU!) and I’m so happy she’s sharing her weekly menu. I’m such a nerd. I love to see what other people are eating throughout the week. That probably sounds weird. Moving on…
4. My ad network, Village Green Network, is hosting their first ever Healthy Life Summit* on March 24-30.
This is a FREE online virtual conference where you can listen to 35 health experts, authors, doctors, bloggers, farmers and activists from the comfort of your own home. You can order the entire summit to listen to at any time if you can’t make it throughout the week (this does cost extra money).
*this is an affiliate link, meaning if you do click the link and sign up I will get a very small percentage of the sales.
5. Have you ever been to an acupuncturist? I’ve wanted to try (they are always on Groupon!) but for whatever reason I haven’t bitten the bullet yet. Here’s an explanation of exactly how acupuncture relieves stress. It also gives tips for a first timer, which I appreciated!
6. A member of our Bible study and her friend have a blog, Whole Green Love, that I absolutely love. They post recipes, DIY natural remedies, health news & views etc. Laura recently posted about a toxic substance that could soon be added to our dairy products. Please, please, please read this if only just to educate yourself. We sadly cannot rely on our government to give us all of the facts about our food, it is something we must research.
Question: What links are you loving right now?