January 17, 2016

Links I Love: January 17, 2016

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


What They Don’t Teach You in Business School. (A Wealth of Common Sense)

How to Hire. (Medium)

The One Question You Should Ask About Every New Job. (New York Times)

The Case for Making Big on Small Moments. (Levo League)

Stand-Up Guys: The Virtues of Standing Meetings. (Laura Stack)

7 Tips to Help You Unplug from Work During the Holidays. (Time Management Ninja)

21 Must-Memorize Responses for Clients Who Play Bad Kitty. (The Middle Finger Project)

Artists Evolve: The Dangers of Creatively Typecasting Yourself. (99U)


The Secret to Happiness Is 10 Specific Behaviors. (Medium)

10 Ways to Finally Get Your Life Together in 2016. (PureWow)

The Incredible Thing We Do During Conversations. (The Atlantic)

Motivation vs Discipline. (T-Rex Runner)

Deep Habits: The Danger of Pseudo-Depth. (Cal Newport)

Neuroscience Discovers 5 Things That Will Make You Happy. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Ridiculously Easy Resolutions That Will Bring You the Most Happiness. (Thrillist)

A Seven Step Guide to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution. (Medium)

Breakups Suck—But Here’s the Awesome Silver Lining. (Greatist)

You Don’t Need New Ideas, You Need a New Perspective. (99U)

Why Your Parents Are Disappointed In You. (Motley Fool)

Everything Is Awful and I’m Not Okay: questions to ask before giving up. (Eponis)

5 Life Changing Lessons I Learnt From an Elite Navy Seal. (Ignore Limits)

How to adopt a 5-hour workday and make time for extraordinary living. (Mashable)

Dan Ariely on How and Why We Cheat. (Farnam Street)


What I learned not drinking for two years. (Medium)

This New Extreme Sport Makes Men Into Warriors. (Red Bullet)

The Top 10 Workout Songs For 2015. (Run Hundred)

The Coffee Controversy: How Java Affects Aging and Health. (Inside Tracker)

How to Spectate Like A Boss. (Run, Selfie, Repeat)

When Runners Go the Distance, but Races Don’t. (New York Times)

How to Survive Long Runs on the Treadmill. (Run to the Finish)

How the Presidential Fitness Test Set Us up for Failure. (Greatist)

I Tried to Save Money and Eat Healthy and It Nearly Ruined My Life. (Vice)

18 Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Sleep Without Realizing It. (SELF Magazine)


How to Deal With Flight Delays and Other Travel Headaches. (New York Times)

Sunken Pedestrian Bridge in the Netherlands Parts Moat Waters Like Moses!. (Inhabitat)

Is Cruising Safe? A Chilling Look at an Industry Under Siege. (Yahoo Travel)

Time for destinations to question their website strategy. (Tnooz)

After a decade at DIA, Southwest execs view Denver as “crown jewel”. (Denver Post)

Here’s Why Public Wifi is a Public Health Hazard. (Medium)

Interview: Celebrity CEO on Avoiding the Sameness of Cruise Advertising. (Skift)

Seven ways business travel could benefit from tech this year. (Tnooz)

Zillow predicts Denver to be nation’s top housing market in 2016. (Denver Business Journal)

The strange things left behind in hotel rooms. (Economist)

Resort Fees Are on the Rise and Consumers Aren’t Happy. (Skift)

Calculating the Cost of a Better Airline Cabin for All. (Skift)

Do You Know Where Ryanair Is Taking You?. (Running with Miles)

Decoding Airline Fare Classes to Make the Most of Your Miles. (New York Times)

Nervous flyers look away: What air travel was REALLY like in the 1930s. (Daily Mail)

Why Smart Flight Crew Members Aren’t Answering Their Phones. (Flyertalk)

Who’s taking off and who’s on the ground in inflight wifi [INFOGRAPHIC]. (Tnooz)

31 Crazy-Strict Uniform and Grooming Standards Flight Attendants Have to Deal With. (Cosmopolitan)

Airlines face difficult PSS decisions. (Tnooz)

in my mind, on a plane. (Laura Schwecherl)


Could you guarantee yourself a Powerball jackpot? (CNN)

How to memorize anything. (Kottke)

Meet the Man Who’s Been Spoiling ‘The Bachelor’ for Four Years. (New York Times)

YouTube Star Hannah Hart’s 2 Biggest Insecurities — and How She Overcame Them. (Yahoo Health)

Food and the Single Girl. (New York Times)

Friday Food Post: The Economics Behind Grandma’s Tuna Casseroles. (Bloomberg)

The “Other Side” Is Not Dumb.. (Medium)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: January 17, 2016”

  1. Wow, lots of articles this week

    The easiest new years resolutions article had a LOT of shockingly good ideas. Between the seltzer, looking at my phone less, etc etc…. All really good things most of which I’m going to try to adopt (except for that half-calf one… WTF?)

    Also, I’m pretty convinced that SEALs are super-human. I think that we could all be better served to act more like them in our day to day.

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