9 things to know this week (17 August 2018)

9 Things to know this week (18 August 2018)

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

 

1. According to scientists this song can reduce anxiety by 65%. [Good Things Guy]

 

2. Why you need to be eating both probiotics and prebiotics [The Chalkboard Mag]

 

RELATED: What is the Microbiome and Why Does it Matter?

 

3. If you feel like you need to dust your home constantly here’s tricks to making your space less prone to collecting dust; plus genius ideas for making dusting easier like using socks to dust blinds! [Apartment Therapy]

 

4. A neuroscientist on whether female and male brains are really different [The Atlantic]

 

5. How to answer the “what are your weaknesses” interview question [The Cut]

 

6. The injuries you shouldn’t be training through and what to do instead [ Runner’s World]

 

RELATED: What Body Balancing Taught Me about Back Pain, Stress and Doing Less

 

7. 2 simple tricks to turning something you hate into a daily habit [Greatist]

 

8. A great piece on the rise of the new attention economy, how technology and apps reel us in and how it’s causing us to become too over-connected with technology and disconnected from our own life’s purpose [NY Times]

 

9. You can’t plant potatoes and expect carrots. Why Cross Fit Endurance won’t help runners get better or faster [Strength Running]

 

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