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Link Love: What We're Reading This Week

Some of our favorite reads from the week, designed to nourish each pillar of your life.




Dr. Brené Brown: How Vulnerability Can Make Our Lives Better, Forbes


"Brené's 2010 TED x Houston talk, The Power of Vulnerability, is one of the top ten most viewed TED talks in the world."






Sugar Is Definitely Toxic, a New Study Says, Time


"Fat was the food villain these past few decades but sugar is quickly muscling in to take its place."





Confessions of a Seduction Addict, New York Times


"Seduction is the art of coercing somebody to desire you, of orchestrating somebody else’s longings to suit your own hungry agenda. Seduction was never a casual sport for me; it was more like a heist, adrenalizing and urgent..."





8 Race Day Tricks for Making It to the New York City Marathon Finish Line, Vogue


"Now that race day is nearly here, what should you do to prep your body and mind to stay calm, injury-free, and psyched-up for the 26.2-mile race culminating in Central Park?"






Burn Baby Burn: How To Turn Stored Fat Into Energy (And It Doesn't Include The Gym), S-Life Mag


"The general rule of thumb is that a normal meal takes 4-6 hours to digest. When you eat something before that previous meal is fully digested, it’s like adding dirty clothes to a washing machine mid-cycle or raw pasta to a pot mid-cooking – it doesn’t work."





This Is Your Most Destructive Emotion — Here's How To Take Back Control, Mind Body Green


"If fear is responsible for your decisions, you’ve made your potential conditional on what fear will let you do. You’ve robbed yourself of all the possibilities that were intended for you."



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