February 7, 2016

Links I Love: February 7, 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


Bad Mistakes That Make Good Employees Leave. (LinkedIn)

Best career advice for twenty-somethings. (Business Insider)


The 7 Step Morning Ritual That Will Make You Happy All Day. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How to Clear Your Computer of Focus-Draining Distraction. (Nir and Far)

Activating Yourself: Converting Thoughts and Ideas into Action. (Laura Stack)

‘Design Thinking’ for a Better You. (New York Times)

The Energy Coach: Energy Is Contagious. (Business Insider)

Here’s Another Upside of Being an Anxious Person. (Science of Us)


Ask Well: Is Day-Old Kale Salad Less Nutritious Than Fresher Kale? (New York Times)

Is seltzer actually bad for you? (Well & Good NYC)

Rethinking Weight Loss and the Reasons We’re ‘Always Hungry’. (New York Times)

The Sleep-Weight Connection. (My Fitness Pal)

A Psychologist Explains Why Some People Take Breakups Harder Than Others. (The Atlantic)


The pursuit of happiness. (Airport World)

Which American airports are most likely to leave passengers stranded? (Economist)

Terminal velocity. (Airport World)

Why We Cry on Planes. (The Atlantic)

There are good reasons why airport food is so bad. (Economist)

Airlines Finally Realize They Can Afford to Give Free Snacks. (Skift)

12 Airline Trend Predictions for 2016: Which Are Most Likely to Succeed?. (Skift)

When to Book Your Plane Ticket: A Guide. (The Atlantic)

Hotels’ Efforts to Keep Guests Healthier Expand to Meet Guests’ New Needs. (Skift)

How To Dominate Jet Lag & Stay Focused While Traveling. (Inside Tracker)


How to Take Good Pictures With Your Phone: 17 Tips & Tricks to Try. (HubSpot)

7 Ways Clutter Is Ruining Your Life. (Fast Company)

11 Cleaning Secrets to Steal From Hotel Maids. (Town and Country)

Do You Sign Emails xoxo? (Cup of Jo)

What Happened to Hobbies? (The Every Girl)

Against “Don’t Read the Comments”. (Medium)

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4 thoughts on “Links I Love: February 7, 2016”

  1. From her take on the Batman franchise, to Charles Babbage’s lack of energy source for his computer, Laura Stack had me shaking my head the entire time; until this little tidbit in the very last paragraph:
    “That’s a simple action you can marry to the thought, until you have time to consider it further.”

    I feel sorry for Dr. David Ludwig, having to put up with an interview by a person committed to getting a cutting-edge tag-line to sell the article. Oh well. Hopefully his book sells.

    I dunno. Just because a smart-phone app can collect data like AirportXP, doesn’t mean that the data will mean anything of consequence. I clicked through from the Economist to Globe News Wire to Mobile XP – they are trying to provide solid evidence….but….

    1. I loved Laura Stack’s article! I thought the idea of acting on a lot of ideas in order to give them each a chance was really interesting. It’s a little bit what I seek to do with writing down any to-do that occurs to me, so I can get it out of my brain.

      The David Ludwig interview with the NYT is EXTREMELY basic and dumbed down. But, I would argue that so many Americans don’t comprehend basic tenets of nutrition and health that it probably needs to be so 🙁

  2. I have a difficult time with jet lag on international trips. I saved the jet lag link to share with some of my friends. I love your links! I look forward to this post every week.

    1. Awww, thanks Marla – I’m so glad you like it! As you can probably tell, I get a lot of links from your great roundup too 🙂

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