So, it鈥檚 Monday. It鈥檚 fine.

Friday is five days away, but聽with the help of these commute essentials, we鈥檒l get through these next 120 hours of life together. This week, we鈥檝e got a mystery-filled podcast to satisfy any Sherlock Holmes wannabe, an addictive National Geographic-themed puzzle game, a stunning new animal聽Instagram, a genderless lifestyle blog and the latest聽in聽book-turned-movie news. Now, put on a happy face and聽let your Friday countdown begin.


1. Follow @KPunkka: Photographer Konsta Punkka聽is basically the Finnish Cinderella, and he documents his otherworldly animal encounters on his Instagram account. Not only is it filled with stunning shots of wild animals and nature that have a unique, artsy vibe about them, but he also captures the awww-inducing moment of fuzzy creatures eating straight out of his hand. You鈥檒l find聽foxes, squirrels, exotic birds, llamas, owls, deer and more. Warning: you will get lost in his feed and miss your bus stop.


2.聽Primates of Park Avenue Will Be a Movie: Wednesday Martin just released her memoir, Primates of Park Avenue, and MGM copped the movie rights already! This is big. All signs point to this being both a worthwhile read and watch if you鈥檙e into the phenomena that is NYC鈥檚 Upper East Side Lululemon-clad mommas. (Photo via @wednesdaymartinphd)


3.聽The Trend Pear: More and more fashion trends are going the genderless route, and we couldn鈥檛 be happier about that. The Trend Pear, a blog 鈥渂orn out of a love and respect for the fashion community,鈥 focuses on styles men and women can enjoy together. The blog is run by a male and female, so you鈥檙e promised a balanced dose of trends you and the males in your life can get behind. (Photo via @maximilianhurd)


4.聽Mystery Show (Available on iTunes, PlayerFM and Stitcher): Serial fans, this one鈥檚 for you. Mystery Show is an iTunes-trending podcast that focuses on a different mystery each episode. It鈥檚 an awesome and thought-provoking way to pass the time en route to work. Time seems to fly by when we鈥檙e engrossed in captivating content.


5.聽Bonza National Geographic (Free on iOS and Android): The folks at Bonza Word Puzzle made a National Geographic-themed app that鈥檚 seriously addictive. This free app features a new type of crossword puzzle, daily puzzles and a relaxing soundtrack to listen to while your addiction is forming.

Which picks grab your attention the most? Let us know whatcha think in the comment section below.