Friday Link Pack

– 75 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life

Vintage pictures of people surfing. Love this.

– Before you tell yourself that your idea is too ambitious, too unrealistic, too pie-in-the-sky; remember that once there were no planes. There were no rockets to take us into space. There were no computers: Yes to Moonshot Thinking.

– “The most productive people work for 52 minutes at a time, then break for 17 minutes before getting back to it.” The Rule of 52 and 17: It’s Random, But it Ups Your Productivity

– Weekend is here, that means I’ll be perusing Yummly for weekend recipes.

23 defining traits of a good teacher (boss, mentor, friend)

– It’s a rug. It’s a coffee table. It’s both!

Mathematically correct breakfast.

Lucky Lou – this made me smile. Totally showing my kids tonight!

– The Natural History Museum now hosts sleepovers for grown-ups. This is so cool.

Uh, yeah, it’s business time! (via)

– Turn any iOS divide into a free monitoring camera. (via)

– Scaling Global Forgiveness One Email at a Time

– Excellent post on third-party Twitter apps. I am particularly intrigued by Happy Friends. Think of it as a mailbox-type reader for Twitter.

– “When Justin discovered that his wife Meghan didn’t want to have any photos taken during her pregnancy, he decided that he still wanted to document the special time. So with a great sense of humor leading the way, Justin hired a professional photographer to take the photos of him instead.”

– When Do Kids Realize They’re Going to Grow Up? The video in this post is so sad and adorable at the same time. So many feels.

– “Sinatra, the singer, actor, director, film producer and conductor, left behind a very detailed will. It was 21 pages long and included a “no contest clause” which prohibited various legal actions, preventing his family from fighting in court. If someone in his family engaged in any prohibited legal actions, they would be completely disinherited.” 3 Lessons to Learn from Celebrity Estate Planning

– “Cool your jets. Take a step back and calmly assess the situation.” – Jen Mussari during this Pencil VS Pixel interview.

Postcard Club promotes handmade postcard swaps between artists around the world, as well as celebrating the wonderful practice of mail art. (via coudal)

Just Keep Making.

Your photos on Marshmallows. Seriously.

– I keep coming back to this minimal loft bed. Would love to build something similar for my daughter’s room.

– Do you know that if you post a photo on Instagram with the hashtag #Tattly it will show up on Tattlygram. (assuming there’s a Tattly in the photo, of course)

Passion has little to do with euphoria and everything to do with patience.

– Warby Parker in Soho, NYC, is looking to hire a UX Designer