June 4, 2017

Links I Love: June 4, 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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Bain and LinkedIn Partner to Help Get More Women to the Top in Business. Some interesting points in here about why the glass ceiling still exists. (Clear Admit)

Creative Careers Demand Reinvention. (99U)

Communicating to break through silos. (Patty Azzarello)


7 Easy Steps to Make Small Talk (When You’d Rather Be Doing Anything Else). (Greatist)

What to Do When You Can’t Get Things Done. (Zapier)

What ‘personal space’ looks like around the world. (Washington Post)

Sheryl Sandberg: How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss. (New York Times)

10 Gmail Shortcuts Everybody Ought to Know. (Apartment Therapy)

Stop Crowding Out Your Happiness. (Yes and Yes)

If Life Has You Down, Do a Handstand. (New York Times)


8 snack options that healthy food pros actually eat when traveling. (Well & Good NYC)

Eat Beans for Better Belly Health. (My Fitness Pal)

6 Health Benefits of Gardening. (My Fitness Pal)

At His Own Wake, Celebrating Life and the Gift of Death. (New York Times)

Do Athletes Oversleep?. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Showering Pre-Pool is a Must. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Foam Rollers. (Greatist)

In Fast-Paced China, Marathon Craze Is Off And Running (Despite A Clumsy Start). (NPR)

Cryotherapy. (Furthermore from Equinox)

NASA Astronauts are Incredibly Fit. Fascinating to learn all about how different it is to work out in space! (Furthermore from Equinox)


Learn How to Have a Learning Vacation. (New York Times)

Airlines Could Set Passenger Record in Busy Summer Travel Season. (Skift)

No fun in the sun: Why flying in the summer is so hellish. (Economist)

There Was No ‘Golden Age’ of Air Travel. (New York Times)

Social Media Account Information Now Required for U.S. Visa Decisions. (Skift)

US weighs banning laptop computers on international flights. (Yahoo)

New airport scanners could end bans on laptops and liquids. (Denver Post)

U.S. tells EU: No laptop ban. (Politico)

US holds off on expansion of laptop ban – for now. (Tnooz)

American Travelers Express Greater Satisfaction with Airport Security Compared to Last Year. (Hotel News Now)

Why you should never walk through airport security barefoot. (Fox News)

What lies beneath. (Airport World)

American Airlines Seats and Services Are Finally Living Up To Its Marketing. (Skift)

United Brings Back Hot Food on Some Routes — But Only in Economy Plus. (Skift)

JetBlue to Test Facial Recognition for Boarding Without Passports. (Skift)

Honeywell Shows Off Connected Aircraft Capabilities On Test Flights. (Skift)

Artificial intelligence, robotics and biometrics on JetBlue’s technology watch list. (Future Travel Experience)

How technology is transforming the way airlines handle your luggage. (Dallas Morning News)

Hilton’s New Design Brings the Gym to the Guest Room. (Skift)

The Business of Loyalty: The Millennial Problem. (Skift)

Female Business Travelers Demand Equality From Their Employers. (Skift)

This 4-Mile Underground Beer Pipeline Is a Genius Idea. (Thrillist)

Should Colorado Require Hiking Permits?. (Just a Colorado Gal)

Five Ways Your Camping Budget Can Go Up in Flames. (The Simple Dollar)


Best metro Denver communities: Here are the top 25 surrounding the city. My small town is #1! (Denver Business Journal)

The Oddly Obvious Thing I Need To Be Reminded Of. (Yes and Yes)

How a Fitbit Helped Solve a Murder Case. (Slate)

How to Secure Your Online Accounts by Revoking Access From Third-Party Apps. (Lifehacker)

What it’s like to audition at Juilliard. When you’re 11.. (Penelope Trunk)

After Divorce, Giving Our Kids Custody of the Home. This is what my parents did, and at the time I thought it was totally embarrassing and I was ashamed of it, because I thought it was abnormal and weird. In retrospect, I think it really helped me have a great childhood, so I’m glad it’s getting attention as a viable method. (New York Times)

The Rise of the Mean Moms. (Marie Claire)

Meeting Mr. Irrelevant: True Stories of Being the NFL Draft’s Last Pick. (GQ)

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