February 1, 2015

Links I Love: February 1, 2015

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

Links I Love
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The Best Job Search Advice I Ever Received: Pretend You’re Fired Today. (CareerAttract)

Here’s the Tough Interview Question One Tech CEO Always Asks. (Levo League)

Career trajectory of the fast-rising star. (Penelope Trunk)

Power Lunches Are Out. Crumbs in the Keyboard Are In. (New York Times)

But here’s the problem with eating at your desk instead of socializing a bit: The key to becoming more motivated at work: make more office friends. (A Life of Productivity)

A Better Way to Introduce Your Friends at Parties. (Storyline)


10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Reduce Your Stress. (Inc)

The Worst Stage of Burnout: “Brownout”. (99U)

5 Words Successful (and Happy) People Never Use. (Linked In)

In search of flow: A guide to making your work effortless. (Crew Labs)

Being Late Isn’t an Excuse, It’s a Choice. (Time Management Ninja)

How To Stop Procrastinating: 4 New Steps Backed By Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How to tame ‘springy’ life elements, the reason you never have any free time. (A Life of Productivity)

Break Your New Year’s Resolutions into 90-Day Chunks. (99U)

Why Everything They Told You About Goals Is Wrong. (No Meat Athlete)

How I audited my daily media habits and improved the way I read. (Gigaom)

New Beer Developed to Maximize Creativity. (PSFK)

Age 40: Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That. (Medium)


Cool insights from data: 2014: A Year in Sleep. (Jawbone)

Daily Resolutions: Smart, healthy upgrades that are super-easy to do. (Well + Good NYC)

5 Lifestyle Changes That Go Beyond January. (A Healthy Happier Bear)

Watch How the Ideal Female Body Changes Over 3,000 Years. (Greatist)

3 Unusual Reasons Why You’re Not Losing Weight. (Blogilates)

Health and Wellness, New Luxury Status Symbol. (Style)

The founder of a juice company shared her day’s eats. I like @Craiguito’s response best 🙂 (Happy Place)

Another funny one: Kalemageddon Hits Northeast. I was dying laughing at @PJVogt’s tweet! (MyFitnessPal)


Why does food taste different on planes? (BBC World)

More airports of the future will be designed by airlines. (Future Travel Experience)

Denver Airport Bans Sales of Pot-Themed Souvenirs to Save Image. (Skift)

Travel gadgets that help you get to sleep. (Fox News)

Business Travel…Life of a Rock Star. (LinkedIn)

10 Mistakes (Solo) Female Travelers Make. (LevoLeague)

Elderly woman pays $164G a year to live life of luxury on cruise ship. (Fox News)

52 Places to Go in 2015. (New York Times)

Megatrend for 2015: The Rise of the Boutique Destination. (Skift)

12 airline regulations we need now. (FoxNews)

Blizzard May Keep Patriots Fans From the Super Bowl, but Won’t Stop Soaring Ticket Prices. I’m interested to see how this plays out tonight, especially since Seahawks fans pride themselves on their cheers helping the team to win (i.e., “the twelfth man). (Skift)


Your Content Feed is Broken. (Medium)

10 Content Strategies to Rapidly Build a Larger Audience. (Zapier)

Blogging for the Hell of It, Not Blogging to Stay Relevant. (Both Sides of the Table)

Great lesson here: Status Competition. (Casual Kitchen)

Maryland parents investigated by the police for letting their kids walk home alone. Crazy! (Slate)

Designing The Best Board Game On The Planet. (Five Thirty Eight)

5,200 Days in Space. (The Atlantic)

Eat the Can(ned Vegetables). (The Awl)

Veggie Fight: The Lengths Chefs Go to Secure New York’s Finest Produce. (Grub Street)

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