Sharing is Caring

Happy Friday!

I hope you all have a great weekend lined up! I have a few things, like a date night with this lady, and hopefully seeing a few other friends. Definitely some school work, and hopefully some cleaning too…

Today I am in a sharing mood, so I’ve put together a few fun things to share with all of you.


Recipes that I want to try:

Sweet Potatoes with Miso Sauce

Sweet Potatoes with Miso Sauce

Vegan Polenta Pie

Vegan Polenta pie

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Granola Bars

Homemade Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Granola Bars: crunchy outside and chewy inside via @NutButterRunner

Sugar Free Gluten Free Lemon Bars

Sugar Free, Gluten Free Lemon Bars -Maria's Nutritious and Delicious Journal


Great Pinterest Images:


One step back, two steps forward...

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And most importantly…

Great Posts that I’ve Read Recently:

Tina wrote a great post about how we’d never use humiliation to motivate others to workout, but how we might be doing it to ourselves.

I’ve read a couple thought provoking posts by Amanda this week and last, one about blogger responsibility and another about when to say something to a blogger or keep your lips zipped. Although I can’t say I agree 100% with all points, I love the discussions her posts opened up!

Meg wrote a great post about how she (and many of us) don’t “just eat” (i.e. intuitive eating) and have always followed some sort of plan, eating what we think we should eat.


Also, I’ve mentioned this before but I’m still loving The Skimm – it’s an e-mail you get every morning with a summary of important news, written in a way that even I’m entertained, which is pretty tough!


Anything you want to share?

What’s the best blog post you read this week?

40 thoughts on “Sharing is Caring

  1. Caitlin

    I made those sweet potatoes with the miso sauce for Thanksgiving and they’re amazing and the sauce is awesome!! I love all of Emily’s recipes!

  2. Maureen @ Breaking Free & Finding Me

    Thanks for sharing! I’m really excited about the Skimm! I’ve never of heard of it but it sounds perfect for me. I used to read CNN and the NY Times all the time, but I admit I’ve been lax lately due to school and work! Def signing up. Have a great day 🙂

    1. Katie Post author

      I hope you like it, I feel soooo much more informed now that I read it, especially since I don’t have a TV to watch the news!

  3. Beth @ Running with the Sunrise

    Ooh, those lemon bars look amazing, and gluten-free lemon bars sound intriguing. Thanks for sharing! I just read an interesting blog post on Running with Sass this morning about using KT tape. I’ve never tried KT tape but I might go buy some and try it out.

    1. Katie Post author

      Oooo I’ll have to check out that post. I’ve heard of KT tape, my cousin used it for shin splints, but I’ve never bought it.

    1. Katie Post author

      I was thinking about checking them out after your recommendation! Now I’m curious, what did that person say? One thing I’ve learned recently, is we all should just blog for ourselves and if someone doesn’t like it, then they shouldn’t read!

  4. Eating 4 Balance

    Love all of the blog posts that you mentioned here. I agree that they were fantastic. Now I’m wanting part of that polenta pie. I need to think of someway to replicate that without corn… I think it can be done..

    Awesome pins.

  5. Sierra @ Posh Meets Pavement

    I have a couple comments
    1. Thanks for linking my recipe! Diana made it this week and it made me so happy
    2. Did you find those lemon bars through me? I pinned them a while ago. They are from the nutritionist I’m working with and it’s the first thing I’m making when I’m done with this 7-day initial detox. Maybe book club?
    3.That dance with God quote is amazing. I remember someone saying they did a 30 days dating Jesus devotional that was all about getting yourself spiritually prepared for a relationship. The insights she had really made sense. That quote totally speaks to the need to have a solid relationship with Him and be at a happy place personally before you can open your life to someone else. Love it! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Katie Post author

      I did find those lemon bars through you – I think they’re perfect for book club! And I might need to get my hands on that devotional…

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