CK Friday Links--Friday September 3, 2010

Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.

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The importance of keeping a food journal. (Julie's Healthy Living)

Provocative insights on the real cost and availability of healthy food in the inner city. Hint: it's not what you'd expect. (Grow. Cook. Eat.)

Create a healthy habit in 15 days. (Functional Fitness)

An intriguing take on why you shouldn't worry about mercury in fish--even if you're pregnant. (Beyond Salmon)

Recipe Links:
Simple, elegant, easy: Cilantro Lime Chicken. (Gabriela's Kitchen)

When Dave gives a recipe a "Wow!" I sit up and take notice--and add it to my weekly recipe links. Brined Pork Chops. (Food & Fire)

Delicious and only $1.21 a serving! Balsamic Glazed Mushrooms & Meatballs with Onions & Bacon. (Broke and Healthy)

Off-Topic Links:
Giving up TV will send your writing through the roof. (Nail Your Novel)

Slaying the "enough" dragon. (Early Retirement Extreme)

How to deal with complainers--in a way that both helps them and protects you from their negative influence. (

One of the all-time best posts on personal development. (Steve Pavlina's Blog)

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Julie said...

Thanks for the nod. My sister showed this to me. I was on the road last week traveling and haven't been online so I never saw this. I appreciate the mention on your blog. Thanks. :)

Julie Weston

Daniel said...

Julie, you are welcome. Thanks for posting such a helpful article!


Melissa said...

That personal development post speaks very heavily to everything I believe about fate, happiness, choice, our own power, etc. Good stuff.