June 5, 2016

Links I Love: June 5, 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


Building a Pipeline of Female Leaders. (Medium)

Starting Your Own Midlife Internship. (New York Times)

5 Tips for Getting Good Feedback. (Ivanka Trump)

Break Bad Work Habits with the Help of These 10 Apps. (Zapier)

The Future of Work in 5 Charts. Hilarious and true! (Medium)


Why You Should Look Forward to Your Daily Commute. (Deep Existence)

Telltale Signs You’re Much Smarter Than Average. (LinkedIn)

You Can (Rightfully) Blame Your Parents for Your Low Self-Esteem. (Greatist)

A Shocking Way (Really) to Break Bad Habits. (New York Times)

Bad Habits You Must Break To Be More Productive. (LinkedIn)

Some Tasks Are Better Deleted Than Completed. (Time Management Ninja)

‘Two-Minute Warnings’ Make Turning Off the TV Harder. (New York Times)

Inner Strength: This Is The Research-Backed Way To Increase Grit. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How to be happy (in every part of your life). (Well & Good NYC)

Relationship Salve: The Practice of Intentional Dialogues. (Zen Habits)


Aging in Place. (New York Times)

The Amish understand a crucial thing about modern medicine that most Americans don’t. (Quartz)

This genius new invention will apply your sunscreen in less than 10 seconds. (Well & Good NYC)

Only Weirdos Used to Run. Here’s How It Became Cool. (Greatist)

Tidy Up Your Running (to Eliminate the Junk Miles). (Rock Creek Runner)

Race-Week Preparations Before a 100 Mile Ultramarathon. (Rock Creek Runner)


How to Travel With Your Kids (Mostly) Stress-Free. (Ivanka Trump)

How to Develop an Awesome Sense of Direction. (Zen Habits)

How to forecast hotel revenue like a pro. (Tnooz)

What the Heck Makes Flying So Expensive?. (Gizmodo)

Breaching walled gardens can help airlines get a single passenger view. (Tnooz)

Secret airplane bedrooms where flight attendants sleep. (Imgur)

Passengers behaving badly: The real reason we freak out on planes.. (Washington Post)

Out to impress. (Airport World)

The Hunt For Poland’s Buried Nazi Gold Trains. (BuzzFeed)


20 Cleaning Hacks That Will Change Your Life. (PureWow)

Yelp Is Awful for Everyone Involved. (Lifehacker)

How to Read a Recipe and Not Want to Punch a Hole in the Wall. (Nerd Fitness)

Finally, for a laugh: If 70s Moms Had Blogs… (Victoria Fedden)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: June 5, 2016”

  1. Aaawwwww…Two of my favorite ideas: personal responsibility and autonomy. Do I love myself, my family, my neighbor, and my stranger that I don’t know enough to let them make a mistake and potentially not recover from it? Do you really love someone – truly – if you don’t allow them to fully recover and grow from their mistake? (BTW I’m not saying I would idly stand by while a mistake is happening, but it’s how we approach a situation that makes all the difference in the world.)

    Oh, thanks for that Amish article. I love it.

    1. I’m reading a book on how to raise your kids right now that deals with a lot of these same concepts. I am generally a “let other people make their mistakes” person, but I can see how that would be REALLY hard for people you love.

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