March 19, 2017

Links I Love: March 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


The Problem with Saying “My Door Is Always Open”. (Harvard Business Journal)

To Reach The Pinnacle Of Your Career, Be Bold. (Forbes)

So You Want to Make More Money? Seven Core Pieces of Career Advice I Wish I Knew Starting Out. (The Simple Dollar)

Why Workplace Culture Matters. (Medium)

The expensive problem with the ‘Day Without a Woman’. (Washington Post)

Pro Hijab’​ Nike’s Latest Stroke of Marketing Genius. (LinkedIn)

Five Strategies for Finding — and Keeping — Female Talent. (Medium)

The five things the next generation of female executives need to know. (LinkedIn)

9 New York Women Share the Game-Changing Advice That Shaped Their Careers. (PureWow)

Three Reasons to Cut or Change Your Commute. (The Simple Dollar)

5 Unexpected Ways You’re Wasting Money on Your Business. (Yes and Yes)


When Goals and Plans Are Eclipsed by Survival Mode. (Medium)

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

12 Morning and Evening Routines That Will Set Up Each Day for Success. (Zapier)

4 Creative Ways to Live in the Present Moment. (Deep Existence)

Are We Raising Racists? (New York Times)

Let’s Talk About Why It’s So Damn Hard to Make Friends As Adults. (Greatist)

Related: This Is How To Make Friends As An Adult: 5 Secrets Backed by Research. This is an outstanding piece! (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)


Can going barefoot keep your brain young? (Well & Good NYC)

How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep. (New York Times)

Here’s Another Way Sleep Might Prevent Kids from Falling Behind. (Van Winkle’s)

What Is The Circadian Rhythm And How Does It Influence Human Behaviour?. (Nestmaven)

Should Night Owls Just Try to Become Morning People?. (Van Winkle’s)

Do morning people have healthier eating habits?. (Well & Good NYC)

Pre-workout fuel: to eat or not to eat (and what to eat!)?. (Wellness Is My Jam)

Where’s the FitBit for Nutrition?. (Furthermore from Equinox)

7 Tricks to Finally Nail the Whole Portion Control Thing. (My Fitness Pal)

12 Healthy Eating Restaurant Hacks. (My Fitness Pal)

Yoga at Steakhouses, and Boot Camps in Dining Rooms. (New York Times)

Gym Etiquette 101: Don’t Break These 29 Unwritten Rules. (Nerd Fitness)

Why Exercise Is Good for the Heart. (New York Times)

Are Fat Cells Forever? (New York Times)

5 reasons why you’re so hungry after a run. (Well & Good NYC)

Five ways to save money on winter sports. (Chase)

Why Every Athlete Needs Yoga Blocks. (Furthermore from Equinox)


Surprise! U.S. Airlines Say Passengers Love Flying Them. (Skift)

Three reasons why U.S. airlines are not losing your luggage as often. (Dallas Morning News)

Nobody is winning’ the airline boarding nightmare. (USA Today)

Why International First Class Is Slowly Disappearing From Airlines. (Skift)

How Delta Landed on the 100 Best Companies to Work For List. (Fortune Magazine)

Trump Proposes Cutting Subsidies for Rural Airline Service. (Skift)

JetBlue Evaluates Fleet Plan as It Considers Flying to Europe. (Skift)

Southwest Will Ditch Pneumatic Tubes and Paper Tickets in $800 Million Upgrade. (Bloomberg)

Circular Runways? (Travel Insider)

DFW named best large airport in North America for passenger experience. (Dallas Morning News)

More airports are rolling out facial recognition technology. (Economist)

3 Fast, Fresh Lessons Hoteliers Can Learn From Dominos. (Hotel News Now)

The Hospitality Startup That Wants to Make a Business Out of Luxury Pop-Up Hotels. (Skift)

How the Design of Hotels Makes Housekeepers Invisible. (The Atlantic)

Interview: Celebrity Cruises CEO on Getting the Edge in First Ship Design in a Decade. (Skift)

Programmatic Advertising Wins Big Through Personalization. (Skift)

Travel and the fourth industrial revolution. (Tnooz)

These Are America’s Least Stressed Cities. (Thrillist)


The Great Craft Beer Sellout. (Thrillist)

12 Ways to Use Spring Break to Tidy Up Your Financial Life. (The Simple Dollar)

11 Money-Etiquette Issues, Solved. (Real Simple)

A Deeper Look at Check-Cashing Services:. (The Simple Dollar)

What NOT to Do When Selling Your Home. (The Simple Dollar)

Opening the Heart’s Floodgates, With a Paw. (New York Times)

Finally, for a laugh: 10+ Older People Failing At Technology So Terribly It’s Impossible Not To Laugh. (Bored Panda)

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

  1. I read the Fortune article listing the best companies to work for in America. Delta has made a comeback with their new CEO. One of the companies not listed is Kendra Scott. I enjoyed her Success Magazine feature highlighting her corporate culture. It’s a smaller version of perks offered at Facebook and Google.

    1. Ooh, how interesting! I watched Kendra Scott on the first season of The Apprentice a long time ago, and it’s awesome to see how far she’s come. I’m queuing that article up to share next week – thanks for pointing me to it!

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