Where’s Weekend Link Love?

Hey everybody, I know some of you are stopping in this morning for your Sunday dose of salient news—all the latest on epigenetic findings, human oddities, and other Primal worthy items.

No worries. We’re not abandoning Weekend Link Love, but we are rescheduling it—this time to Mondays—and adding to it for good measure. You’ll find all the things you love—latest research, stuff I’m up to and interested in, quote of the week (and more)—on Monday mornings, right when you’re just about ready for that first morning break and second cup of coffee.

Still looking for some Sunday content? Newsletter subscribers now get a Sunday morning note from yours truly. No ads, no promos, just me talking about the latest fitness routines I’m trying, books I’m reading, studies I’m pondering—a casual weekend check-in from me to you. I’ve gotten great feedback, and I appreciate all the emails from readers the last few weeks about it. So, if you haven’t signed up for the newsletter (there’s a sign-up form just below this post and on the home page), this is a great time to do it. I’d love to have you join us.

In the meantime, have a great weekend.

About the Author

Mark Sisson is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, godfather to the Primal food and lifestyle movement, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Keto Reset Diet. His latest book is Keto for Life, where he discusses how he combines the keto diet with a Primal lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is the author of numerous other books as well, including The Primal Blueprint, which was credited with turbocharging the growth of the primal/paleo movement back in 2009. After spending three decades researching and educating folks on why food is the key component to achieving and maintaining optimal wellness, Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a real-food company that creates Primal/paleo, keto, and Whole30-friendly kitchen staples.

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  1. I’m a bit sad about this change. I have time on Sunday to follow all those links and read interesting blog posts. On Monday… I’m too busy with work and family. 🙁

    1. I second that. Sunday’s are when I have the most time to read the weekend LoveLink. I do not read the paper on Sunday I come here for all the articles. Oh well…

      1. I have to add I feel similarly.

        I enjoy a Sunday roundup of the best articles from the week past. It just feels right, rythmically.

        I as a lot of the posters above am also flat out come the working week. But I love your blog so much that I will adapt to whatever you choose Mark.

        Grok on-

    2. Agreed! This is a major bummer. I usually read all of the links, which takes awhile, so it’s a perfect Sunday morning activity. Mondays are NOT a day where I have time for that. Guess I’ll just read Monday’s post on Sundays.

    3. Totally agree, Phyl. Watching football while pouring over links during the kids’ naps is a highlight. I guess I can just save them for the following weekend.

      Are these changes a move toward “Marks (week)daily Apple”?

    4. Same here, I guess most people will be reading it on the next Sunday.

  2. I guess I’ll have to put this device down and go outside and enjoy this beautiful day

  3. With all the fantastic, free content you provide Mark I’m happy to receive it on any day and at any time that is most convenient for you and your staff. Thanks!

  4. I have no reason to complain about schedule changes. I will simply read read Monday Link Love on the following Sunday during my relaxed reading time. May Grok Be With You.

  5. Have to agree that this will put an end to enjoying weekend link love…..just don’t have time on busy Mondays. Will still try to check it when I can but won’t be as easy, maybe have to look for a blog for the Sunday morning time.

  6. Boy, lot’s of whining from some Primal followers. It’s all about adapting. Come on, you guys are not that weak. Have you learned nothing?

    1. Until I have the luxury of being my own boss, as Mark is, I have to adapt to the needs of my family and employment. In the meantime, I can be sad about losing my favorite Sunday morning activity (when the family is asleep and work is a day away.)

    2. I believe that people who faithfully read Mark’s blog, and buy Mark’s books, and buy Mark’s products have a right to state their opinions. Blogs can’t exist without regular readers, after all.

  7. While I like the love links being not connected is more important.smart move!Sunday Funday!

  8. I have always received this on Monday, or very late Sunday night for those of us who live 18 hours ahead of Malibu.
    There’s nothing to stop anyone from waiting until Sunday morning to read WLL even if it is published the previous Monday.

  9. I love your blog Mark and thank you for making so much good content available to us for free. Just a couple of thoughts about the changes. One, I don’t like change. If changes must happen, I for one, do better to anticipate them ahead of time rather than drop by the blog two days in a row to find the posts I was looking for aren’t there. I will also have to check in on the weekend to read the link love from the last weekend. But I will do that. I love Link Love.

  10. I live in the UK, which means I usually didn’t get to see the weekend link love post till my Monday morning coffee. And now I guess it will be my Tuesday morning coffee.

  11. I’ve enjoyed the Sunday’s with Sisson. Great idea. Thank you to everyone on the Sisson team that keeps things exciting. <3

  12. I’ll gladly take the most-wonderful Sundays with Sisson in exchange for some content reshuffling, which I can always get to in my own convenience. Thank you so much, Mark!

  13. Totally on board with the first two comments. I often don’t have time to read the blog day to day, but I’ll often carve out ten to twenty minutes on a Sunday just to read Sunday Link Love. I can totally read it a week later, but then I’ll have read a number of the stories in derivative places.

  14. Well its now 8:10 on Monday am in Utah and no Love Link. I for one, find this collection of references interesting and informative.

    Now that you have left Taxifornia and are on Eastern time, I would think Love Link would be put out at a reasonably earlier hour out west.

    Be nice to read in morning, BEFORE work.

    1. Mike, thanks for your note. I’m with you there. We had a technical glitch this morning. It was fixed enough to publish the post a bit ago, but we’re still working on it. For now, I’d recommend going to the direct link rather than through the homepage. Glad you’re with us today. We should be on the new earlier schedule next time, so don’t give up on that before work vision. https://www.marksdailyapple.com/weekly-link-love-edition-1/

  15. 2 days late so I hope you read this Mark. Wow! you look great. More muscular than the last picture I saw of you. Have you changed up your routine? Maybe it is the extra walking in Florida. Whatever you are doing keep it up.