December 27, 2015

Links I Love: December 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


Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss. (First Round Review)

What Feedback Should You Ignore? (Ellevate Network)

7 Office Trends You Can Expect to See in 2016. (Levo League)

I worked in a video store for 25 years. Here’s what I learned as my industry died. (Vox)

How 27 Millennials Explain to Family What the Heck They’re Doing With Their Lives. (Levo League)


Three Reasons Why You Aren’t Reaching Your Full Potential. (Fast Company)

Keeping up good habits when things aren’t going well. (Exist App)

3 Simple “Forcing Functions” That Will 3-5x Your Productivity. (The Pencilsword)

How To Manage Your Time: 5 Secrets Backed by Research. (Cal Newport)

Texting: It’s Not Just for Fun Anymore. (Laura Stack)

This Is Why Adult Coloring Books Are So Popular. (Daily Burn)

Why do we like making year-end lists?. (Hopes and Fears)

NYPD Hostage Negotiators On How To Persuade People: 4 New Secrets. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Make Two Blockbusters for Every Arthouse Film. (Chris Guillebeau)


We’re All Putting on Perfume in the Wrong Places. (Greatist)

How To Stop Eating Crap All The Time. (Smaggle)

Your Body on…Cookies. (Daily Burn)

Overindulged? Here’s How to Get Back on Track in 24 Hours. (Daily Burn)

This Is the Day of the Week Most People Hit Up a Workout Class. (Women’s Health)

39 Things Runners Wish They’d Known Before Their First Race. (Greatist)

The company that could totally change boutique fitness class booking. (Well & Good NYC)

The Visual Trick That Makes Athletes More Coordinated. (The Atlantic)

This Sleep Position May Lead to More Nightmares. (Greatist)


Budget Travelers Struggle to Earn Elite Status as New Airline Rules Take Effect. (Skift)

Riding the Amtrak rails on the government’s dime. (CNN Travel)

Red Eye. (New York Times)

How time flies when…. (Airport World)

American travellers may be focused on the wrong terrorist threat. (Economist)

Results Are In: Best and Worst U.S. Airports in 2015. (Yahoo Travel)

The Best Restaurant in America’s 40 Biggest Airports. (Thrillist)

Four reasons why today’s revenue management systems are failing hoteliers. (Tnooz)

Where to go in 2016: Top 16 up-and-coming destinations. (CNN Travel)


The 9 Most Overlooked Threats To A Marriage. (Huffington Post)

On a plate. (The Wireless)

Our obsession with elite colleges is making our kids feel worthless. (Quartz)

You’re only 23. Stop rushing life. (Medium)

Host Steve Harvey Botches Miss Universe Announcement. Old news now, but I found this really fascinating. How do you recover after a major screwup? (NBC News)

5 Wine Myths That Should be Put to Rest. (Food 52)

Do You Know the Rules of Party Shoes? (Vogue)

Report: None Of Good Cousins Coming To Thanksgiving This Year. (The Onion)

This dad turned his baby into a real Elf on the Shelf and took a ton of cute photos. (Some Ecards)

How to talk to other people’s children. (Slate)

Finally, for a laugh: Top-Selling Christmas Gifts Of 2015. (The Onion)

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

  1. The “you’re only 23, stop rushing it” article started out super millennial whiny. But, as I read it, I get what she is saying. I too compare myself to those around me – much to my detriment. It reminds me of a quote I like:

    “if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

    1. I agree with that statement wholeheartedly. However, I think it’s also important for individuals to set high expectations for themselves, as you never know what you can achieve until you try. I set my 50 marathon goal after only having run two (and those two I honestly believed were flukes; I kept running to prove they were not). To the points in the article, I think it’s more about not beating yourself if you haven’t achieved a goal that YOU didn’t really want anyway.

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