March 5, 2017

Links I Love: March 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
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The Art of the Side Hustle. (Furthermore from Equinox)

How to Find and Get Hired for a Remote Job. (Zapier)

Things You Should Remove From Your Resume Immediately. (LinkedIn)

Three Myths to Ignore About Millennial Colleagues: Stop Blinding Yourself with Sound Bites. (Laura Stack)

Career Coach: Finding role models where you need them. (Washington Post)

One surprising way to get ahead in your career. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Respond to an Offensive Comment at Work. (Harvard Business Journal)

Why Office Perks Are Traps, Not Benefits. (Entrepreneur Magazine)

I’ve pulled anchor on my PwC dream job to launch my own Rowboat. Here’s why.. (LinkedIn)

The right way to quit your job. (Crew Blog)

10 guiding principles for doing your best work this year. (Crew Blog)

Being Engaged at Work Is Not the Same as Being Productive. (Harvard Business Journal)


How to Write Email with Military Precision. (Harvard Business Journal)

Four Ways to Intensify Your Focus: Maximizing the Value of the Time You Have. (Laura Stack)

To Achieve a Major Goal, First Tackle a Few Small Ones. (Harvard Business Journal)

2:55 p.m. is the day’s least productive time. (AOL)

The productivity paradox. (Crew Blog)

How to Use Trello to Track Your Reading. (The Lazy Genius Collective)

This Is How To Have A Happy Life: 4 Proven Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How to Achieve Your Goals by Creating an Enemy. (Nir and Far)

Where do you see yourself in 5 minutes? (A Life of Productivity)


When Does a Child Need a Sick Day?. (New York Times)

12 Healthy Foods That Fill You Up Best. (My Fitness Pal)

This superfood could be causing you major bloating. (Well & Good NYC)

A Beginner’s Guide to the Gym: Everything You Need to Know. (Nerd Fitness)

Peloton Instructors Ride for Fitness and Fame. (New York Times)

The Art of Drinking Without Putting on Weight. (Thrillist)


Fancy Vacations? What Kids Really Want Is Your Time. (The Simple Dollar)

Is the Hotel Gym Dead? I found this fascinating, but I think there’s one key piece missing. Yes, only a small percentage of travelers use the gym… but how many travelers intend to use the gym and wouldn’t book that hotel if it didn’t have one? (Conde Nast)

Tech initiatives hotels should consider doing right now. (Tnooz)

Infographic: What Do Consumers Want from a Hotel Loyalty Program?. (Hotel News Now)

Marriott Turns to Starwood Vet to Run All Three of Its Loyalty Programs. (Skift)

Amadeus’ Bet on Hotel Services Is Beginning to Pay Off. (Skift)

Airline Performance in 2016 – Some Highlights for Travelers. (US Department of Transportation)

Can the next innovation wave deal with airline disruption?. (Tnooz)

Economy class emerging as a major passenger experience battleground. (Future Travel Experience)

The 10 best positions for sleeping on a plane. (Daily Mail)

Why Some Airlines Are Investing Big in Food for Their Best Passengers. (Skift)

What to drink at 30,000 feet. (Economist)

5 Missed Opportunities for Better In-Flight Entertainment. (Skift)

Gogo Has More In-Flight Internet Bandwidth Than It Knows What to Do With (Sometimes). (Skift)

Air passengers rail against allowing mobile-phone calls on planes. (Economist)

The busiest airports in Europe. (Economist)

Delta trials new process at ATL in effort to speed up boarding. (Future Travel Experience)

This App Will Tell You When To Leave For the Airport. (Conde Nast)

Attorneys at Airports Preparing for Next Trump Travel Ban. (Skift)

Related: ‘Trump slump’ in US travel industry. (Secret Flying)

Yes, immigration officers use Google to verify your background. (Wandering Aramean)

Free Research: Profile of the American Bleisure Traveler. (Skift)

9 Incredible Countries Where You Can Live for Under $1,000 a Month. (Thrillist)


Oscars 2017: What It Was Like Onstage During the Best Picture Mistake. (New York Times)

10 Friends Who Will Ruin Your Finances If You Let Them. (The Simple Dollar)

‘Affordable Underground Furniture’: D.I.Y. Coffin Clubs Catch On in New Zealand. (New York Times)

If These Guys Were Able to Fix Their Lives, You Can, Too. (New York Times)

Fatigued by the News? Experts Suggest How to Adjust Your Media Diet. (New York Times)

6 Simple Ways to Break Away From Your Phone More. (Greatist)

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