1. “I used to think if I was doing serious work, I had to be serious all the time, when in fact the opposite is true. In order to do serious work, you have to make room for fun. At the end of the day, it’s your life and your life isn’t supposed to feel that heavy every single day.” –  from this interview with Chanel Miller. [Girls Night In]


2. How cooks create a vegan fish sauce that has the complex flavors found in the real thing. [Vice]


3. How reading rewires your brain. If you’re looking for books to read, click here for all our reviews. [Inc]


4. ‘There are two kinds of fatigue. One is when your mind and body are truly tired. The other is when that system tricks you into feeling tired because you are in a rut. When you’re tired, you need rest. But if you’re in a rut, you need to nudge yourself into action.’ A wonderful read, particularly if you had a difficult time exercising over the past year. [NY Times]


5. According to Ayurveda, the direction you sleep matters. Here’s what each direction means. [Kripalu]


6. These Scandanavian terms are the best! [New Yorker]


7. A simple trick to help you tick off those “I’ll get to it another day” task. [The Kitchn]


8. Industrial chocolate is “chocolate that you eat,” Sukha says, while craft is “chocolate that you experience.” Here’s how to taste chocolate like a pro. [NPR]


9. What happens when you wear contact lenses for a long time and how to take care of your eyes. [Well + Good]

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