CK Links--Friday August 5, 2016


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When blogs and cookbooks imply that "natural" sweeteners (like maple syrup, honey, dates or agave) are a better choice than regular white sugar. (Stonesoup)

A three decade long longitudinal study of 126,000 people suggests, strongly, that eating more fat helps you live longer. (Well and Good)

Some pretty darn good cooking hacks in this post. (Daily Burn, via 50by25)

Is life harder for frugal people? (Quora)

Related: Spreading the new frugality, a manifesto. (Casual Kitchen)

How to tune out folly. (Farnam Street)

Six levels of truly good listening (HBR)

At a certain point, "pleasure" and "more" become inversely related. How to stop at "enough." (NY Times)

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