September 28, 2014

Links I Love: September 28, 2014

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/iPad and enjoy 🙂

Links I Love
Original image source: Mike Licht


This is surprising! Millennials aren’t inflexible at work; you are. (Market Watch)

Some great tactical ideas in here! Strategic decisions: When can you trust your gut? (McKinsey & Co)

 Companies whose CEOs run marathons turn in stronger financial performance than those with unfit CEOs… fascinating! (Social Science Research Network)

The Nuanced Road to Passion: A Career Case Study. (Cal Newport)


I love every one of these: 6 Things The Most Organized People Do Every Day. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Tips for Time Management from Smart Businesswomen. (Levo League)

10 Productivity Hacks for Millennials Who Work from Home. (Levo League)

Related: Want to Work From Home? Four Signs You’re Ready. (LearnVest)

Why You Keep Missing Typos, According to Science. (Independent Fashion Bloggers)

Manage Your Energy: Are You Engaged or Unengaged? (99u)


The Tiny Tweak That Makes Fitness Fun, Effective, and Easy to Stick With Forever. (My Fitness Pal)

I want this! – Human Hamster Wheel Could Be the Ultimate Standing Desk. (Mashable)

Related: The Art of Active Sitting. (Q by Equinox)

How to Know If You’re Addicted to Exercise. (SELFmagazine)

Science Shows You Drink More Alcohol on Gym Days. (DailyBurn)

My social drinking has led to weight gain. How do I cut back? (Eat Well, Party Hard)

Artificial Sweeteners May Disrupt Body’s Blood Sugar Controls. (New York Times)

15 Pieces of Semi-Wisdom from My First 100-Miler. (Runners World)


Infographic: The Complete Guide to Eliminating Jet Lag. (Levo League)

This will wake you up: Premiere of “The Game Plane,” First Ever In-Flight Game Show. (Allegiant Air)

Or this too: A Recipe for Air Rage. (New York Times)

Report: Understanding The Liveries Of The World. (The Design Air)

Slideshow: The Best Airport Food in the World. I’m sad that most of the airports I frequent lately aren’t listed… (Conde Nast)

Virtual reality passenger assistant “hired” at Miami. (Airport World Magazine)

How Hospitality Management Programs Adapt to Technology. (Skift)

How Tourists Cripple Local Economies. I had never thought of it this way! (The Professional Hobo)

Surprised to see that Colorado’s town is near the top of the list… The Most Affluent Town In Every State. (Business Insider)


Harper Lee on Reading and Loving Books. (Farnam Street)

Don’t Fear That Expired Food. (NPR)

Related: Supermarkets Waste Tons Of Food As They Woo Shoppers. (NPR)

Finally, for a good long read: An Unlikely Ballerina. (The New Yorker)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: September 28, 2014”

    1. So the opposite of that article? Interesting! I definitely do the smell/taste test, especially now that I’m reading the expiration dates don’t matter anyway.

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