June 18, 2017

Links I Love: June 18, 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 best ways to deal with narcissistic coworkers, according to a psychiatrist. (Quartz)

Will You Have a Job in 10 Years? Five Visionaires Weigh In. (The Simple Dollar)

Your work makes you happier than you think. (A Life of Productivity)

How to Not Take Toxic Coworkers Personally. (Career Contessa)

How to Boost Your Workplace Confidence. (Ivanka Trump)

3 Common Words That Make You Sound Unprofessional. (Daily Muse)

How thinking like a magician can help you get ahead at work. (TED Talks)

4 Simple Ways to End Each Workday Happy (You’re Welcome!). (Thrive Global)


8 Ways to Deal With Unproductive Days. (Time Management Ninja)

35 Things You Need to Give Up to Be Successful. (Thrive Global)

How To Avoid Burnout: 3 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How To Take Things Seriously, Not Personally. (Yes and Yes)

Becoming a Better Manager: The 4 Playlists I Use To Help Me Context-Switch. (Thrive Global)

Commencement speeches are garbage. College graduation is terrifying.. (Penelope Trunk)

What to Do AFTER Mini Habits Change Your Life. (Stephen Guise)

A List Of 30 Day Challenges You Can Start Today. (Medium)

This Is The Best Morning Ritual: 3 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Why We Lie: The Science Behind Our Deceptive Ways. (National Geographic)

Are Men With Beards More Desirable?. (New York Times)

The Bilingual Brain: Benefits and Befuddlement. (Cranky Fitness)


Red Meat Increases Risk of Dying From 9 Diseases. (New York Times)

How Intuitive Eating Can Be Your Weight Loss Weapon. (Hello Healthy)

Race Spectators Behaving Badly. (New York Times)

Biomechanics Expert Debunks Treadmill-Running Myths. (Runners World)

Feel sluggish after a warm-weather run? Take a hot bath (really). (Well & Good NYC)

The New Foam Roller?. (Furthermore from Equinox)

What happens to your body after two weeks of rest?. (Well & Good NYC)

BFR Training is Legit. (Furthermore from Equinox)

13 Ways to Make Lifting Weights More Effective. (Greatist)

The Girls’ Soccer Team That Joined a Boys’ League, and Won It. (New York Times)

A Beginner’s Guide to Hiking and Nature Walking at Minimal Cost. (The Simple Dollar)

7 Benefits to Getting out in Nature. (Hello Healthy)


Interview: Copa Airlines CEO on Building the ‘Hub of the Americas’ in Panama. (Skift)

The little-noticed aircraft fittings that can save your life. (Daily Mail)

A Passenger Wish List When Designing an Airline From Scratch. (Skift)

Should animals be allowed to roam freely on jets?. (Economist)

Laptop Ban May Not Be Expanded, Homeland Security Boss Hints. (Skift)

Experts: Traveler should have drawn scrutiny before flight. (The Daily Sentinel Grand Junction)

United Says Customers May Dislike Basic Economy But They’re Buying It. Read my post on this topic here! (Skift)

American Airlines reverses course on plans for tighter legroom. (Dallas Morning News)

Booking door-to-door is the next opportunity for airlines. (Tnooz)

PwC uses predictive maintenance to help airlines and other sectors avoid costs. (YouTube)

Southwest Airlines Gets Serious About Hawaii. (Motley Fool)

The strange tales of ministers and kings flying commercial jets. (Economist)

Icelandair Designed a Plane to Look Like Iceland’s Most Famous Glacier. (Afar)

Why Scandinavia’s SAS Is Creating a New Airline With the Same Name in Ireland. (Skift)

Data from Skyscanner is helping airlines assess low-cost transatlantic potential. (Tnooz)

The unknown US airport that could change transatlantic travel forever. (Telegraph)

TSA Tries Using Checked-Luggage Scanner for Carry-Ons. (Skift)

TSA Tests Fingerprint Scans at U.S. Airports to Replace IDs. (Skift)

Trump’s Air Traffic Control Proposal Promises Change Without Giving Details. (Skift)

Dressed for success. (Airport World)

Younger business travellers are more likely to extend trips for fun. (Economist)

9 Train Travel Tips You Didn’t Know. (Yes and Yes)

It’s Insane That Anyone Goes Camping. (The Hairpin)


Sheryl Sandberg and Elizabeth Alexander on Love, Loss and What Comes Next. (New York Times)

Living Together, Alone. (Ringer)

Here Are the Very Best Wedding Gifts, According to Real Brides. (Brides)

11 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce. (New York Times)

Dating in Your 30s. (The Bold Italic)

Don’t waste a woman’s time if you don’t want a kid too. (Stuff)

Why I’m letting my teenager flunk out of high school … if he wants to.. (Susan Hyatt)

Trying to Add Up Girls and Math. (New York Times)

Words That Breathe Life Into the Little Girls Around You. (Darling Magazine)

To Raise Better Kids, Say No. (New York Times)

My Father Spent 30 Years in Prison. Now He’s Out. (Refinery 29)

Surprise for a Mother Who Helped Her Paralyzed Son in Every Class. (New York Times)

Talking About Money Is A Gift To Everyone Around You. (Yes and Yes)

How to Celebrate Personal Success Without Breaking the Bank. (The Simple Dollar)

Emojis prove intent, a judge in Israel ruled. (Quartz)

How Smart Is a Dog Really? The Secrets of a Canine Mind. (Time)

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