January 29, 2017

Links I Love: January 29, 2017

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


Momentum Matters: 5 Steps For Starting A New Business. (Grit Fitness)


Six Ways to Prepare to Excel: the Connection Between Groundwork and Productivity. (Laura Stack)

How to spend money on yourself + your happiness. (Yes and Yes)

Every successful relationship is successful for the same exact reasons. (Quartz)


The Restless Quest for a Good Night’s Sleep. (New York Times)

How to Nurse Your Hangover (and Head One Off). (New York Times)

How to Stay Healthy While Traveling. (Ivanka Trump)

Try Something New: Rock Climbing. (Cool of the Wild)

How to Make Your First Race a Great Race. (Early Morning Runner)

Are You Picking the Right Race for Your Goals?. (Run to the Finish)


American Airlines Expects to Catch Up to Delta With Its Basic Economy Strategy. (Skift)

Related: Comparing Basic Economy Fares Among American, Delta and United. (Skift)

Also: Southwest Won’t Copy Rivals With a Basic Economy Fare. (Skift)

American Airlines does away with seat-back entertainment. (Economist)

Airlines presented with revolutionary in-flight ancillary opportunities. (Future Travel Experience)

Global Airline Safety Standards For Satellite Tracking Will Kick in Next Year. (Skift)

Driverless shuttle on trial at New Zealand’s Christchurch Airport. (Airport World)

President Trump’s infrastructure plans probably involve more tolls. (Economist)

Travel Megatrends 2017: Distribution Wars Have Moved Beyond Black and White. (Skift)

Personalisation inspiration for airlines and airports from Carnival, Marriott and Hilton. (Future Travel Experience)

As Tokyo Tourism Grows, First-Time Travelers Still Have Basic Questions. (Skift)


As a Boy, I Was Obsessed With the Baby-Sitters Club Books. I Have No Regrets. (Slate)

Fifteen Frugal Date Nights. (The Simple Dollar)

You can’t do that on Instagram: What it’s really like to be a food blogger. This is really fascinating! (Well & Good NYC)

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