Time to get your thoughty on!
Brian Resnick reveals what the science really says about mindfulness in the classroom. Vox
John Cleese is offended by political correctness.
Emma shares her thoughts on what’s really going on when your partner says, “you should have asked.”
Bill Chappell reports that Taiwan’s high court rules same-sex marriage legal, a first in Asia. NPR
Asia Kate Dillon makes a mark as “they.” Leigh Nordstrom for WWD.
Indigenous Motherhood states that energy is wasted on the battles of appropriation and racism: Indigenous systems are resistance. The best revenge is living a good life? Yeah. That.
Rich Larson unpacks the impact of Chris Cornell’s death: it’s not what you think. The First Ten Words
Foz Meadows: what depression is. Shattersnipe
Resilience is about how you recharge, not how you endure. Shawn Achor and Michelle Gielan for The Harvard Business Review.
Jonice Webb lists ten things emotionally neglected kids grow up believing—that aren’t true. Yahoo!
Yudhijit Battacharjee explores the science behind why we lie. National Geographic
Josh O’Connor tells the tale of the women who pioneered computer programming before men took over. Timeline
David Kohn: when scientists saw the mouse heads glowing, they knew the discovery was big. New breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research. The Washington Post
Bec Crew reports that the brain literally starts eating itself when it doesn’t get enough sleep. [On that note, I think I’m going to bed …] Science Alert
Alexandra Sifferlin explains why your diet isn’t working. A long, but fascinating, article. Time
Lauren (Cough into my open mouth on Tumblr) shares her latest batch of gryphons.
I hope that got your mental corn popping!
See you again on the weekend.
Be well until then.