The Checkup: These Are the Two Happiest Ages of Your Adult Life

And more bookmark-worthy reads for your morning.

• Womp, womp: If you’re like me, the happiest years of your life — that would be ages 23 and 69, according to research — have either passed are in the very, very distant future. We wonder: Any coincidence those ages seem to line up with around when many folks are just entering the work force and when they are leaving it? [Well + Good]

Blink Fitness, which is opening four locations in Philly, isn’t showing news in their gyms anymore. Because political coverage and attempting to destress at the gym just do not mix nowadays, it seems. [Refinery29]

• If you’ve been known to be a glass-half-empty person, take note of these tips to change your philosophy. (Because if you can’t see the glass half full, how the heck are you going to make it to 69? See item #1.) [New York Times]

• Anyone else a fan of Yogi’s Kava Stress Relief tea? Well, it turns out there are whole cafes devoted to the stuff. Field trip, anyone? [Bon Appétit]

• If you’ve been wondering what would happen to the fallen bicycle lane delineators on Walnut Street, turns out they’ll be standing again soon. [PlanPhilly]

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