September 27, 2015

Links I Love: September 27, 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
Original image source: Mike Licht


12 Best Large Colleges in America. Go Big Red! (Levo League)

Picking your brain: Cold call email etiquette. (Cassidy Williams)

Tom Tunguz on reference checks: How to find out about someone’s weaknesses. (David Jaxon)

Are You Sure You Want to Be a Manager? (Harvard Business Journal)

A Toxic Work World. (New York Times)

Which American States Have The Most Big Businesses? (Dadaviz)

Does this make someone a troll? (David Jaxon)

Make Every Word Count: How to Nail Your Next Presentation. (Zapier)

Top executives swear by this 30 second morning habit. (Business Insider)


10 Tips to Keep Your Calendar Simple and Efficient. (Time Management Ninja)

Six Reasons To Set New Year’s Resolutions In September. (Fast Company)

Finding a Balance Between Work and Life. (Kelly in the City)

How To Increase Mental Toughness: 4 Secrets Of Navy SEALs And Olympians. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

5 ways doing something terrifying makes you stronger. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Overcome What is Wrong With Me Syndrome. (Be Extraordinary)

How to Be Happier Without Really Trying. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

I was shocked to learn that Scott Dinsmore of Live Your Legend passed away two weeks ago while climbing Kilimanjaro – his death is a huge loss to the world. If you haven’t already, watch his TEDx talk on How to Find Work You Love. (TED Talks)


Modern Family stars Sofia Vergara and Julie Bowen share their morning routines. (Yahoo Health)

Is Morning Really the Best Time to Work Out? (Hello Healthy)

I can’t sleep well either—and I have the numbers to prove it. (Quartz)

Let’s Stop Pretending It’s “So Easy” To Be Healthy. (A Life Less BS)

Tips To Whiten Yellow Teeth. (Prevention Magazine)

The 7 Best Mental Tricks to Make Your Next Run More Fun. (SELF Magazine)

The Trail Runner’s Guide to Fast Downhill Running. (Rock Creek Runner)

5 Strength Moves For Runners. (Fitfluential)

No One Expects You To Run A Marathon (But You Can If You Want To). (Run, Selfie, Repeat)

Answers to Your Biggest Porta-Potty Questions. (Runners World)

The Obesity Map You Need to See: How Does Your State Do?. (Daily Burn)


JetBlue in Partnership to Open Hotel in Old TWA Terminal at JFK Airport. (Skift)

The Future of Air Traffic Control Includes Unmanned Towers. (Skift)

Why it never pays to be rude on a flight. (Fox News)

Flying Without an ID? Chill TSA Agents Will Take Your Costco Card Instead. (Jezebel)

Sex may be the best way to cure fear of flying, according to new study. (Fox News)

Take Control of Your Body’s Clock With the Anti-Jet Lag Calculator. (Jezebel)

Brits will spend 12 days onboard flights in a lifetime. (Airport World)

True Story: Selfies Killed More People Than Sharks This Year. (E Online)

Resorts Tap Into Bleisure Trend to Combine Business and Family Travel. (Skift)

7 Charts Explaining U.S. Business Travelers’ Booking Habits. (Skift)


Essie Nail Polish’s Salon Takeover. (Racked)

What to Do When Your Child Believes Gender Bias. (Everyday Feminism)

25 Ways to Ask Your Kids ‘So How Was School Today?’ Without Asking Them ‘So How Was School Today?’. (Huffington Post)

Turning 30: Described in Charts and Graphs. (The Bold Italic)

4 Fake Grammar Rules You Don’t Need to Worry About. (Mental Floss)

Great News! Dog Ownership is Optional!. (Mr. Money Mustache)

Most Holidays Are Fake, and Here’s Why. (Gizmodo)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: September 27, 2015”

  1. That “do you REALLY want to be a manager” really hits home with me. Like I said before, being in middle management can really be insulating at times. Not quite a boy, not quite a man. It took me nearly a year to find a good balance between being “the boss” but yet not being “upper management”. Honestly, that is something that I’m still trying to sort through.

    1. Just had a discussion about this last night with my girlfriends. Managing people can definitely be scary! We discussed our frustration with companies not letting you just be superstar analysts (or whatever) and instead forcing you to manage people as you rise through the ranks.

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