May 28, 2017

Links I Love: May 28, 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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This Is How To Survive In A Toxic Workplace: 3 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

The Five Types Of Impostor Syndrome And How To Beat Them. (Fast Company)

Crucial for women workers to have sponsor for promotion. (The New Paper)

Flexible working is making us work longer. (Quartz)


Chris Fralic’s 7 rules for making memorable connections. (David Jaxon)

Daniel Pink and Anders Ericsson: The Secrets of Top Performers and What It Takes to Be Truly Great. (Heleo)

Treat Your Career Like a Triathlon: 11 Productivity Lessons from Endurance Athletes. (Zapier)

Four Long Term Productivity Strategies: The Positive Side of Performance Improvement. (Laura Stack)

Just a Little Patience: 14 Ways to Develop Restraint. (The Simple Dollar)

The Upside of Uncertainty. (Scientific American)

Five Ways to Benefit from Embracing Spontaneity and Disorder. (99U)

Related: When Good is Good Enough: Five Situations When Perfection Is Counterproductive. (Laura Stack)

4 Ways to Detach From Work and Finally Enjoy Your Downtime. (Greatist)

How to Spend More Time on What’s Important to You. (Ivanka Trump)

This 75-Year Harvard Study Found the 1 Secret to Leading a Fulfilling Life. (Inc)

The best way to get over a breakup, according to science. (Well & Good NYC)

How to train your mind to remember anything. (CNN)


One Day, a Machine Will Smell Whether You’re Sick. (New York Times)

Sugary Drinks Tied to Accelerated Brain Aging. (New York Times)

Similar: Diet Sodas Tied to Dementia and Stroke. (New York Times)

How to make the 9 prettiest smoothies on the internet. (Well & Good NYC)

3 French-girl eating habits you should adopt right now. (Well & Good NYC)

The Athlete’s Guide to Protein. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Best Thing to Eat Before a Workout? Maybe Nothing at All. (New York Times)

How Building Muscle Boosts Fat Loss. (My Fitness Pal)

Which Is the Best Day of the Week to Weigh Yourself?. (My Fitness Pal)

The Burpees You Should be Doing. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Secret to Becoming an Early Morning Exerciser. (My Fitness Pal)

On the other hand: The Case for the Nighttime Workout. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Myth of Yoga as Recovery. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Truth About Intensity. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Winning While Pregnant: How Athletes Do It. (New York Times)

Running May Be Socially Contagious. (New York Times)

Are You A Distance Running Snob? We Asked Some Readers.. (Women’s Running)

The Ultimate Guide to Running in Colorado. (5280 Magazine)


Could this be the world’s simplest jet lag cure?. (Well & Good NYC)

Related: You Can Blame Your Eyeballs for Jet Lag. (Vice)

American Express Expands Its Lounge Access Program With Its Platinum Card. (Skift)

SITA unveils new robotic check-in kiosks that can move themselves around the airport. (Airport World)

What, when and why of downloading an app for travel. (Tnooz)

How consumers want airlines to communicate with them. (Tnooz)

Delta crew leveraging big data to personalise in-flight experience. (Future Travel Experience)

Delta’s Move Toward Flexibility: Upgrade Any Single Flight at Any Time After Ticketing. (Cranky Flier)

What Alaska Airlines is doing better than its competitors to make customers happy. (Dallas Morning News)

3 Reasons Basic Business Class May Be the Next Great Idea for Flying. (Skift)

You Can Now Fly Long-Haul With Ryanair, Sort of. (Skift)

United President Says Passengers Should Get Used to Tight Coach Seating. (Skift)

Yes, airlines have restrictions on taking video during a flight, but…. (Dallas Morning News)

U.S. airlines bracing for ‘imminent’ laptop ban expansion, sources say. (Politico)

Laptop Ban Unlikely on Flights Leaving U.S. Airports, Government Says. (Skift)

TSA is Asking Some Travelers to Remove Smaller Electronics from Bags for Screening. (Skift)

Laptop Bans Would Be Unnecessary if Future Airport Scanners Live Up to Their Promise. (Skift)

TSA to tighten screening of electronics at select airports. (CNBC)

The psychology of why 94 deaths from terrorism are scarier than 301,797 deaths from guns. (Quartz)

Travel Habits of Americans: 42 Percent Aren’t Taking a Vacation This Summer. (Skift)


Put Your Baby in a Box? Experts Advise Caution. (New York Times)

The Media Bubble Is Real — And Worse Than You Think. (Politico)

19 Things I Always Buy at the Dollar Store. (The Simple Dollar)

The First Steps for Enjoying Four Frugal Hobbies. (The Simple Dollar)

Skipping the College Tour. (New York Times)

Good design is more than surface deep. (Crew Blog)

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