February 5, 2017

Links I Love: February 5, 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


Why Young Girls Don’t Think They Are Smart Enough. (New York Times)

Six Tips For Improving Your Digital Job Search While You’re Unemployed. (Fast Company)

How to come up with exciting business ideas in 3 steps. (Crew Blog)

10 Great Reasons To Get Pumped Up For A New Career In 2017. (Refinery29)

5 Ways to Get Promoted in 2017. (Ivanka Trump)

Beyond Maternity Leave. (The Atlantic)

25 Famous Women on Impostor Syndrome and Self-Doubt. (New York Magazine)

The Worst Money Mistakes You Can Make. (Refinery 29)

Why you shouldn’t work at full capacity. (BBC World)


10 Questions to Ask Yourself As You Start the New Year. (Time Management Ninja)

People Who Wake Up at 4am to Work Out Tell You How They Do It. (Thrillist)

Related: 4 Steps to Eliminate Your Alarm (And Still Wake Up on Time!). (Buffer)

How to Get Everything—From Your Desk to Your Work Life—Organized in 2017. (Glamour Magazine)

Genius Productivity Hacks From Moms Who Get The Struggle. (Refinery29)

7 Tips to Stop Your Phone from Interrupting Your Life. These are great! (Time Management Ninja)

Here’s the Most Effective Way to Say No to Things You Don’t Want To Do. (New York Magazine)

25 Go-To Phrases That Will Make People Like You More. (Inc)

How Psychologists Determine Whether Someone Is Faking Insanity. (New York Magazine)

Inspirational Resolutions from the CEO of Bulletproof, Dietitians and Athletes. (My Fitness Pal)


Do This During Your Workday to Burn More Calories and Fat. (Real Simple)

Why Strength Training Is the Workout You Need If You’re Trying to Lose Weight. (My Fitness Pal)

The 25 Best Push Up Variations. This gives me some fun new ideas! (YouTube)

Is Your Workout Not Working? Maybe You’re a Non-Responder. (New York Times)

Should You Work Out When You’re Sick? (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Senior Games. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Meet the Ultra-Fat, Super-Cushioned Running Shoe. (New York Times)

To Rate How Smart Dogs Are, Humans Learn New Tricks. (New York Times)

Feed Your Kids Peanuts, Early and Often, New Guidelines Urge. (New York Times)

5 Dallas fitness instructors to motivate you in 2017. My awesome friend Brit made the list! (Culturemap)

What the FAFH? 5 Keys to Eating on the Road. I’m keeping these rules in mind as I start traveling for work again tomorrow. (My Fitness Pal)


Norwegian Will Be First to Fly Boeing’s New Aircraft, Not Southwest. (Skift)

JetBlue Opens Up Free Wi-Fi on All Flights. (Skift)

Airport Gyms, Yoga Rooms Becoming Destinations of Their Own. (Skift)

On the case. (Airport World)

Smart airports and the importance of data. (Airport World)

The next big wave of US airport infrastructure projects. (Airport World)

When principles trump price and convenience. (Tnooz)

Delta Air Lines Employees to Receive Diversity Training as Onboard Tensions Rise. (Skift)

Interview: Ex-Starwood CEO on the Essentials to Disrupting Any Industry. (Skift)

Hotel CEOs Share Memories of Their Very First Jobs in Hospitality. (Skift)

Hilton Unveils Loyalty Program Updates That Borrow From the Airlines. (Skift)

Thermostat controls in hotel rooms are often placebos. (Economist)

Hotel in-room tech raises a glass to automatic wine. (Tnooz)

10 Hotel Trends That Will Shape Guest Experience in 2017. (Skift)

The Great Traveler vs. Tourist Debate. (T-Rex Runner)

Camping for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide. (Cool of the Wild)


The Advanced Google Search Cheat Sheet. Helpful! (Zapier)

Alexa, Stop Making Life Miserable for Anyone With a Similar Name!. (Wall Street Journal)

Things You Do Every Day That’ll Seem Crazy in 50 Years. (Thrillist)

Start-Ups Hope Couples Say ‘I Do’ to Online Wedding Planning. (New York Times)

How I Learned to Survive on a $42-Per-Week Food Plan. (Thrillist)

An Easier Way to Make Cookies. Some great tips in here! (Smitten Kitchen)

How and Why to Tell Your Kids ‘No’. (The Simple Dollar)

This Amazingly Simple 20-Cent Paper Device Could Save Millions of Lives. (Thrillist)

Don’t Tell Me To Dress My Age. (New York Magazine)

She’s With Him. I love this – diverse perspectives shared in a rational, calm way. (Jayne Riew)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: February 5, 2017”

  1. One of the frustrations on the road is dealing with hotel thermostats. Some hotels do not turn the heat on until late in the year. The other issue is hotel pillows. I pack my own when I know I am staying at certain hotels with awful pillows.

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