Happy Reading 18.10.18

Happy Reading 18.10.18

Feel like you never have enough time but you can’t seem to pinpoint why? This intriguing article on “shadow work” highlights some of the ways the unpaid labor of daily activity can begin to add up—often completely unnoticed by us. 

Tech innovations have come to define much of the modern workplace; but have these innovations helped or hurt the wellbeing of the average worker? The implications of these advancements are laid out in intriguing fashion in this debate from 99U.

Looking to mix up your dinner menu this fall? Take a look at some of these autumnal recipes from The Every Girl to add some variety to your meals this season.

Having the right people in your life can be one of the most important factors in our wellbeing. As this piece from The Glitter Guide puts it, looking for the “sunshine people” in your life can make all the difference.

Starting a business can be terrifying—especially from a financial perspective. If you’ve ever thought about starting a business, considering the advice Sandra Grahame gives in this Design Sponge article is a good place to start!

Speaking of finance, Joe Pinsker of The Atlantic makes a fascinating observation about the psychology of spending habits here.

I don’t know anyone that wouldn’t like to save an extra 15 minutes a day—and saving that kind of time can be easier than you think.

Have you ever thought about what your ideal day would look like? For those of you who have never considered what that kind of day would look like, here’s a good start.

Thinking about doing some home improvement work on your own? Consider some of this helpful advice from Homepolish.

There’s more than one way to carve—or paint—a pumpkin! Just ask our friends over at Oh Joy!
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