CK Friday Links--Friday May 2, 2014

Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

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Readers, I've been sick all this week with a surprisingly persistent flu bug. I'm gonna kick its ass eventually, but for now, this week's list of links is slightly shorter than normal. 

Enough to feed an army! Spiced Fava Bean Soup. (Eats Well With Others)

A quick and easy Chicken Piccata. (100 Days of Real Food)

Make in 20 minutes: Lentils with Caramelized Onions and Purple Cabbage. (No More Ramen)

"Don’t pretend that clicking on clickbait, reading trashy novels, watching the latest reality television show, or reading the status updates of people you don't really know is going to make you smarter." (BetaBeat)

Why you should stop lifehacking. (Rich Roll)

A really, really good reading list of stoic philosophy. (Farnam Street)

Interesting post on "the peculiar traits of rich people." (Motley Fool)

How to start investing. (A$k Liz Weston)

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