July 30, 2017

Links I Love: July 30, 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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Why Women Aren’t C.E.O.s, According to Women Who Almost Were. (New York Times)

Should women stop using exclamation points at work?. (Poynter)

I’m a White, 26-year-old Stanford Grad, and I’m Lowering the Price of My Eggs to $80,000. (McSweeneys)


6 Things to Do on Your Commute to Be Happier. (Thrive Global)

7 Ways to Write Better Action Items. (Thrive Global)

5 Tips to Be More Present and Productive. (Time Management Ninja)

This Easy Life Management System Will Make You Happier, Freer, and Twice As Productive. (Deep Existence)

Conquer Your Day with Mini-Missions. (Zen Habits)

Ban Interruptions! Six Ways to Limit Drop-Ins. (Laura Stack)

Take Back Your Weekends (and Leave the Work at Work). (99U)

What my Grandma taught me about being busy. (The Small Change Project)

10 ways to do an information detox. (A Life of Productivity)

How to Become Likable (No Facebook Required). (Heleo)

How Having Zero Friends Surprisingly Made Me A Better Person. (Medium)


Doctors Say a Third of Dementia Cases Could be Prevented. (Time)

7 Ways to Survive Workouts on Brutally Hot Days. (My Fitness Pal)

Some Ultramarathons Now Test for Endurance — and Drugs. (New York Times)

What a Serving of Alcohol Looks Like [Infographic]. (My Fitness Pal)

This is the healthiest coffee order, according to an expert. (Well & Good NYC)

Daily Wisdom: Save Nutrients In Mushrooms. (Furthermore from Equinox)

6 Reasons to Spend More Time Outside. (My Fitness Pal)

For Exercise, Nothing Like the Great Outdoors. (New York Times)

Research Says: Go Camping for Better Sleep. (My Fitness Pal)

Smartphones Interfere with Teen Sleep in Unprecedented Ways. (Van Winkle’s)

Daily Wisdom: A Food Cure for Jetlag. (Furthermore from Equinox)


Delta launches fingerprint recognition trial at the boarding gate. (Future Travel Experience)

Enhanced TSA electronics screening comes to the USA, too. (Wandering Aramean)

Making history. (Airport World)

The Airports of the Future Are Taking Shape. (Skift)

Similar: The Airports of the Future Are Here. (Bloomberg)

Green light for expansion at Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport. (Airport World)

Amadeus launches platform for ground transfers. (Tnooz)

Travel’s reactive customer service model is broken – let’s kill it. (Tnooz)

The Consultants Have Won: Air France’s New Airline is Named Joon. (Cranky Flier)

The UK Wants to Develop a New Aviation Strategy. (Skift)

Ryanair Cares Less About Fares Than You Might Think. (Skift)

Climate change might prevent airlines from flying full planes. (Economist)

Cramming More Seats on Airplanes? That’s Not Always Bad. (Cranky Flier)

New study reveals that poor customer service levels are damaging airlines. (Airport World)

Wifi now in top three factors making passengers switch airline. (Tnooz)

Major US airlines happy with results of slicing and dicing their economy products. (Tnooz)

American Airlines Launches Enhanced Baggage Tracking as Competition Heats Up. (Skift)

Alaska Airlines Plans to Launch in 30 More Markets by 2018. (Skift)

Amadeus starts to see the Southwest impact. (Tnooz)

New Research Suggests It Doesn’t Always Pay to Book Direct for a Hotel. (Skift)

InterContinental Hotels Group Institutes a 24-Hour Cancellation Policy. (Skift)

Wyndham Hotels Debuts Online Auctions for Loyalty Program Redemption. (Skift)

Overtourism Leads Zion National Park to Consider New Reservation System. (Skift)


My son was accepted to Juilliard!. (Penelope Trunk)

Nine Skills Worth Teaching Your Children to Build Personal and Financial Independence. (The Simple Dollar)

7 Things Celebrity Tailors Would Never Do to Their Own Clothing. (PureWow)

Related: How our finest suits are made. (Bespoke Edge)

Children’s Primers Court the Littlest Radicals. (New York Times)

What I Wish I Knew at Every Age. (99U)

The 6 Best Things About Making a Mistake. (Greatist)

How to take a compliment, even when it makes you feel uncomfortable. (Kimberly Weiss)

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