9 Things to know this week (8 June 2018)

9 Things to know this week (8 June 2018)

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


1. It’s not just physical stamina you need to finish Comrades, it’s mental stamina as well [Business Day]


RELATED: 4 Comrades Marathon Runners on Why They Love the Race


2. 10 ways to make your food healthier and taste better [Mind Body Green]


3. This new wearable reminds you not to get distracted, because if you can track your steps, heart rate and sleep why not your distraction levels? [Fast Company]


4. A physio’s guide to foam rolling correctly [Women’s Health]


5. Today would have been Jenna Lowe’s 24th To honour her life and her commitment to getting as my South Africans registered as organ donors, The Jenna Lowe Trust designed a new website making it easier to use. Here’s how to get involved [Good Things Guy]


RELATED: Jenna Lowe Drives Organ Donation in South Africa


6. If you love essential oils, here’s how to optimize their absorption [Goop]


7. Sometimes the simplest ideas are genius. Like putting baking soda into a salt shaker instead of losing half the contents of the box to the bottom of your pantry [The Kitchn]


8. We know that running doesn’t ruin your knees but what if they’re already ruined? A new study suggests you can still run just fine with bad knees [Outside Online]


9. That’s the number of plastic bags extracted from a whale’s stomach in Thailand. More proof that single use plastics are the worst thing for our Ocean and its inhabitants [NPR]


RELATED: 10 People on How they Reduce Their Waste 

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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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