February 19, 2017

Links I Love: February 19, 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


Read This Before You Ask Someone to Coffee. (LinkedIn)

Related: 5 Easy Ways To Screw Up A Coffee. (LinkedIn)

#PwCTakesABreak. Great post by my market managing partner! I know it’s a bit outdated since it was about our holiday break, but I still think it’s an awesome corporate policy. (LinkedIn)

Sallie Krawcheck on the reason men leapfrog women mid-career. (HITC Business)

A Woman-Led Law Firm That Lets Partners Be Parents. (New York Times)

Want More Money? This Is When to Ask for a Raise. (MyDomaine)

6 Steps to Set Boundaries Between Your Work and Personal Life. (The Every Girl)

Fancy a career change? Six tips for finding a new job. (Guardian)

More Women In Their 60s and 70s are Having ‘Way Too Much Fun’ to Retire. (New York Times)

How to Become ‘The Millionaire Next Door’. I really enjoyed this book when I read it a few years ago. (The Simple Dollar)

Similar: 5 Money Habits That Separate the Rich From the Poor (Most May Surprise You). (Inc)

Inside the Minds of the Ultrawealthy. (New York Times)


16 Women At The Top Of Their Game Share Their Best Email Hacks. (Refinery29)

How to Make Sure Your Emails Give the Right Impression. (Harvard Business Journal)

An analysis of 350,000 messages found the best way to end an email if you want a response. For what it’s worth, I usually close with “cheers”… not the best, but not the worst either. (Business Insider)

Feeling Burnout? 9 Tips to Get Your Life Back in Order. (Martha Stewart)

10 Reasons You Should Go to Bed Early and Get Up Early. (Time Management Ninja)

The science of why ‘underpromise and overdeliver’ doesn’t always work. (Crew Blog)

The Magic of Hedonic Adaptation. (The Simple Dollar)

This Is The Deadly Sin That Makes Life Awesome: 3 Proven Secrets. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)


5 Expert-Approved Ways to Fall Asleep Faster. (Marie Claire)

Expensive Health Trends Worth the Money (And Three That Aren’t). (My Fitness Pal)

Why Weight Loss Surgery Works When Diets Don’t. (New York Times)

Can You Lose Weight by Using Probiotics. (My Fitness Pal)

67 Healthy Recipe Substitutions. (Greatist)

Exercise Can Be a Boon to People With Parkinson’s Disease. (New York Times)

Weekend Health Mistakes. (Oprah)

That Time I Changed My Life. (Preppy Runner)

How to Layer Clothes for Winter Outdoor Activities. (Just a Colorado Gal)

Train Like an Olympian For Five Days for a Mere $12,500. (Skift)

Best Workout Songs. (Smart Home Gear Guides)

12 Strategies for a Successful ‘Meal Prep Day’. (The Simple Dollar)

Judges Hand Out Harsh Sentences on “Sleepy Monday”. (Van Winkle’s)

The one place you should be de-germing on the reg (but probably aren’t). (Well & Good NYC)

How to undo the damage if you overate at Thanksgiving. (Val Roper Wellness)


Emirates Says Flight Was Delayed After Delta Withheld $300 Spare Part. (Bloomberg)

Southwest’s Schedule Will Start Varying More Each Day of the Week. (Cranky Flier)

Airline profits poised for another high-flying year but potential hazards are on the radar. (Dallas Morning News)

How to Get the Best Business Class or Premium Economy Flight Experience. (Wendy Perrin)

You’re Right, There Is a Faster Way to Board Planes. But Airlines Don’t Like It.. (Thrillist)

Delta enhances app with offline airport maps and wayfinding. (Future Travel Experience)

Airlines Phasing Out Screens Because You Are All on Your Devices. (New York Times)

Delta Air Lines Is Bringing Back Free Food in Coach on 12 Routes. (Skift)

The Most Annoying Questions You Can Ask a Flight Attendant. (Thrillist)

International Travel Demand to the US Should Be an Enormous Concern. (Cranky Flier)

Cuba Isn’t Working Out as a Very Popular Destination So Far. (Skift)

Avis Ups Its Ridesharing Partnerships as Pressure Increases on Car Rentals. (Skift)

Dubai to Test Drone Taxis for Travelers. (Skift)

Our New Opportunity to Make America’s Transportation System Great Again – Part 3. (Travel Insider)

Paris Is Building a $22 Million Barrier Around the Eiffel Tower. (Skift)

Underappreciated American Cities You Should Totally Move To. (Thrillist)

2017’s Best & Worst States to Retire. I’m staying in Colorado forever! (Wallethub)


8 Ways to Read (a Lot) More Books This Year. (Harvard Business Journal)

A Secret of Many Urban 20-Somethings: Their Parents Help With the Rent. This makes me really sad. (New York Times)

Related: A Selection of the 30 Most Disappointing Under 30. (New Yorker)

I Helped Create the Milo Trolling Playbook. You Should Stop Playing Right Into It.. (The Observer)

When Sizes Aren’t Standard, What Do They Mean? (Racked)

Cabi, a Brand You’ve Never Heard of, Makes $250 Million a Year. (Racked)

6 Kitchen Design Trends That Will Be Huge in 2017. (PureWow)

How Wegmans Inspired the Most Rabid Fanbase in the Grocery World. (Thrillist)

11 Ingenious Prison Hacks Even Law-Abiding Squares Can Use. (Thrillist)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: February 19, 2017”

    1. I *love* Wegman’s so much! We had one near my college and I went there all the time. Wish we had something like that in Colorado.

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