Favorite links: March 2017

Planning for a 38K trail race

Please don’t ask how long I’ve been “working on” this post. Just start clicking links and get lost down the internet rabbit hole, okay?


On doing things alone: sleeping alone in the woods while female, gonna have to go through it, a female guide to solo travel

You’re hardcore if…

Health & fitness

On the weirdness of (some) nutrition advice: vegetables are not carb substitutes, it’s called bread, being bloated is a side effect of being human.

Flatlander’s guide to training for a mountain race

Yin yoga for your shoulders, neck, and back

What apple cider vinegar can and can’t do for you.

Brain food

I was wrong, and that’s ok

Why bad blogs get more readers

The power of overlearning

5 languages where people look at the world differently

This is your brain on poverty

What the numbers say about refugees

Even the Mariana Trench is polluted

Stomach food

Sandwiches: tofu Po’ Boy and vegan BLT

Salad: roasted cabbage and grapefruit

Pizza: berbere chickpea and vegan white

Breakfast: whole grain pancake mix

Bread: small batch foccacia

Snack: dark chocolate balsamic vinegar popcorn

Dessert: cardamom grapefruit bundt, baked rice pudding, and peanut butter churro cupcakes


What’s the best thing you read on the web this week?

7 Comment

  1. Hmmmm, the best thing I read this week. Let’s be honest – it was a silly buzzfeed post with 100 Disney memes. TOTALLY what I needed in the middle of a stressful work week!
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      Sometimes silly reads are necessary!

  2. […] that link post I was procrastinating on last […]

  3. Emily says: Reply

    I LOVED the one about vegetables not being substitutes for carbs. It was so so good.

    1. Hannah says: Reply

      YES gimme the real carbs!

  4. Laura says: Reply

    I loved the article about sleeping alone in the woods! I’ve only solo camped twice, but both times I had people tell me after that I was being reckless in doing so 🙁

    1. Hannah says: Reply

      Oh geez…driving to the campsite is probably more dangerous than sleeping there.

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