9 Things to Know This Week (27 January)

9 Things to Know This Week (27 January)

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


  1. Tim Ferris, author of the “4-hour work week” does these 5 things in the morning to maximise his day’s productivity. If you switch tea for coffee I’m 4 for 5 on most days. [Business Insider]


  1. A fresh superfood salad to make this weekend [The Pretty Blog]


  1. 5 meals to make when there’s too much month at the end of your money [Taste]


RELATED: 9 Low-Budget Pantry Staples


  1. Falling is part of life, but there is a right way to fall. One that minimises the damage [damage on your ego excluded) starting with embracing the fall and just letting it happen [NY Times]


  1. There’s a difference between being able to swim and knowing how to swim. The first means you know how to keep your body afloat (me), the second means you know how to swim with good form so that you exert the least amount of energy (not me). These 4 pillars are the backbone of a good freestyle swim stroke so that you can learn how to swim [Triathlete]


RELATED: Chad Ho on Marathon Swimming, Lessons, Sacrifices and that Top 10 Olympic Finish


  1. The best way to improve your mood fast is surprisingly simple [Well + Good]


  1. How to spot Fake News before you click on the link [Good Things Guys]


  1. Why you should never rent a yoga mat [Popsugar Fitness]


9.Here’s what happens when your life flashes before your eyes [The Science of Us]


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