Gravity Blankets, 100 Million Books & a Little Spring Cleaning {Friday High-Fives}


Hey, y'all, it's time for Friday high-fives! This is a weekly roundup of articles & other fun stuff from the interwebs that I liked enough to share with you.
Enjoy the link love & have a fantastic weekend!



This article intrigued me as I tend to get into my best working groove around mid-afternoon. 
Why we should kill the 40-hour work week


I recently went to the dentist. When the hygienist laid the lead vest on me before the X-rays, I felt an overwhelming sense of calm. Something about the weighted feeling was super relaxing. Then I discovered this phenomenon on Kickstarter.
→ Gravity: The Weighted Blanket for Sleep, Stress and Anxiety


As you may know, I love updating my desktop background almost daily. So, I'm a fan of nifty Chrome extensions too. This extension's a gem as it includes my nerdy love of books.
→ 100 Million Books


Although we've already broken through the 90-degree barrier here in ATL, it's technically still spring. Nothing says spring like a little cleaning.
→ Simplify with Categories + A KonMari Inspired Checklist


In my opinion, the best leaders are always learning. Jeff Shinabarger of Plywood People is one of those great leaders. This article is both enlightening and refreshing.
→ 13 Things I Can Still Do Better

Bonus link!

If you value innovation in your work, then I cannot recommend Plywood Presents enough. It's a gathering of over 1,000 social entrepreneurs from all over the country. I've been attending this event since the beginning and oh my how it's grown. It's hand-downs the best conference I've ever attended. I hope you will come this year too! If so, let me know. I'd love to say hello and put a face with your email address :)