9 Things to Know This Week (10 May 2018)

9 Things to Know (10 May 2018)

A weekly series that highlights 9 things to know from the best stories on the web this week


1. “A belief that “bigger and better” leads to more happiness results, paradoxically, in less of it. We work really hard because we want more. We obtain more, and the shine soon wears off. So we work harder, in pursuit of even more, and become less happy as a result. The beat goes on” This article on happiness has been floating around the interwebs this past week, and it’s one of the best things I’ve read in a while, read it. [Becoming Minimalist]


2. This is the most magnificent tree-house you ever did see [Business Insider]


3. How to motivate yourself to workout at home [FitMetalHead]


RELATED: Why The Nike+ Training Club is the best budget App


4. A vegan coconut and raspberry swirl cheesecake to whip up this weekend [Candibod]


5. How social media is ruining your memory [Time]


6. A third of us walk with our phones in our hands when we’re not using them. Researchers are figuring out why we’re so attached to these devices [Fast Company]


7. What do squat jumps have to do with how fast a swimmer can get off the starting blocks in an Olympic final and into the pool? The Olympic channel took 6 of the world’s top athletes to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian. They push their bodies in a range a tests breaking down how it is that they’re able to produce gold medal performances. [Olympic Channel]


RELATED: Dear Future Olympians: Advice from the 2016 Olympic Athletes


8. Lessons from growing up in a restaurant kitchen [Food52]


9. How to make your running shoes last longer [Runner’s World]


Main Collage by Feige Lewin

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Zissy Lewin

Zissy is the co-founder of Nutreats. She likes to make things, do things and wear things.
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