Weekly Link Love — Edition 106

Some self-help training & important updates on healthy living through Thai Oil Massage.

Research of the Week

COVID has the sleep of teens.

Wearing blue light-blocking glasses at night .

Psychedelics .

Pregnant mothers with higher vitamin D levels at age 4-6.

Type 2 diabetics who use metformin .

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

: Host Elle Russ welcomes Selina Gray, a CPA who decided to change her relationship to money and become a Financial Empowerment Mentor.

: Laura and Erin chat with Dr. Ashley Beckman about the power of holistically mapping out your health.

Media, Schmedia

UK researchers call for a “” on meat.

Barrels of DDT are stashed off the LA coast, and .

Interesting Blog Posts

A good of the ancient dog study I mentioned last week.

Was there a between humans and Neanderthals?

Social Notes

, even if you don’t know what that something is.

is the true productivity hack.

Everything Else

I sat down with Daniel Scrivner for a .


Things I’m Up to and Interested In

The more things change…: PTSD.

I am surprised: A vegan conference to screen Sacred Cow.

This is helpful: .

Sometimes you can go back home: .

I am not surprised: .

Question I’m Asking

How are you treating yourself these days?

Recipe Corner

  • Roast some in the air fryer (or oven). Bacon makes sprouts taste better, sprouts reduce any theoretical harm from consuming crispy meat.
  • Recipe and a mission for you: .

Time Capsule

One year ago (Oct 30 – Nov 6)

  • – Still isn’t worth it.
  • – What is it?

Comment of the Week

“Rural life may not be a panacea, but it might be more credible if the people interviewed actually went to rural places. It’s soooo People of NYC to think of Burlington VT (a small city) as downright wilderness. Or Albany NY (the capital of the state). Or Beacon NY (about an hours drive north of NYC). Or even Whitefish MT, which is basically a vacationland ski resort for city people.

You do not need the city to live well. As an actual rural person by choice, I’ve hardly noticed there is a pandemic. I’m outside most of the day. I don’t have problems with remote learning with my kids because I was already homeschooling. I don’t have to get into “farm shape” because I already have a garden and raise animals. I was never going to run out of meat because I buy it (100% pastured beef and pork) from a farmer down the road at almost the same cost as the grocery store. I’m not learning to work from home, because we’ve already been doing that for over a decade.

What COVID-from-afar has made me really puzzle over is how many people apparently hate being in their own homes, can’t do enough for themselves, and, much as I am reluctant to say it, don’t want to spend time with their kids or families. They’d rather go to the office and ship them off to state run daycare. I’m puzzled by people who don’t think it should be their job to educate their kids or provide any food for themselves whatsoever.

I live an hour from two major east coast cities, where I can drive to any time I want. Is it a panacea? Yeah maybe it is, especially if we’re comparing it to these few confused NYC people.”

-Well said, !

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