November 26, 2017

Links I Love: November 26, 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
Original image source: Mike Licht


6 Business Tactics That Helped a Girl Scout Sell Cookies. (New York Magazine)

How to Hire a Remote Team. (Zapier)

Managing from Afar: How to Run a Remote Team. (Zapier)

How to Build Culture in a Remote Team. (Zapier)

Breaking Goldsmith’s Rule: Five Common-Sense Ways to Help Maintain the Best Possible Team. (Laura Stack)

How to Run a Company Retreat for a Remote Team. (Zapier)

5 Signs That You’re That Condescending Co-worker. (Daily Muse)

8 Tips to Keep Your Desk Clutter Free. (Time Management Ninja)


Segment’s Systematic Quest for Depth. (Cal Newport)

Declutter Your Life. Declutter Your Mind.. (Medium)

Creating the Elegance of Simplicity & Focus in Your Work Day. (Zen Habits)

How to Emotionally Detach From Work. (New York Magazine)

The BEST way to get over procrastination. (Medium)

If You Want to Have Big Success, You Need to Become More. (Medium)

The return trip effect: why the trip home always feels shorter than the trip there. (Vox)

Why Doing Good Is Good for the Do-Gooder. (New York Times)

How to Create Your Personal Best Morning Routine. (My Fitness Pal)


4 Ways to Beat the Fall Backslide. (Furthermore from Equinox)

15 Holiday Weight-Loss Tips from People Who’ve Lost 50+ Pounds. (My Fitness Pal)

Similar: 8 Simple Hacks So You Don’t Overeat During the Holidays. (Greatist)

Your Turkey Day game plan for banishing bloat. (Well & Good NYC)

Why A Late Night Snack Can Be Healthy. (Furthermore from Equinox)

What Overeating Can Teach Us About Overspending. (The Simple Dollar)

Nutrition science isn’t broken, it’s just wicked hard. (Washington Post)

Ask the Dietitian: Is Counting Calories or Working Out Better for Weight Loss?. (My Fitness Pal)

Op-Ed: Stop Commenting On My Weight. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Problem With IIFYM. (Furthermore from Equinox)

‘Complete’ and ‘Incomplete’ Protein is BS. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The New Couple’s Therapy. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Easiest Exercise for a Longer Life. (Psychology Today)

How Exercise Prevents Depression. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Battle of Brains vs. Brawn. (New York Times)

How Strong Can A Woman Get, Really?. (Girls Gone Strong)

How Allie Kieffer pushed past her fitness breaking point to place 5th at the NYC marathon. (Well & Good NYC)

7 super-common mistakes most runners make. (Well & Good NYC)

Marathoners Need Leg Days. (Furthermore from Equinox)

When (and How) to Power Hike. (Trail Runner Magazine)

5 Ways to Get Ready for Summer Trail Running. But first… ski season! (Trail Runner Magazine)

The Symptoms of Protracted Dying. (New York Times)


This genius in-flight hydration hack fights inflammation and only costs $3. (Well & Good NYC)

Airline Food Conundrum – Paid Meals Winning Out Over Freebies. (Skift)

Airlines Personalize the Passenger Experience With New Apps and Devices. (Skift)

Delta Puts a Better Business Class on Routes Where Travelers Will Buy It. (Skift)

Cracking the code to make airline loyalty count. (Tnooz)

Ryanair opens Travel Lab Spain as part of its ‘Always Getting Better’ programme. (Future Travel Experience)

Air New Zealand Plans to Test Blockchain Integration With Its Reservation System. (Skift)

The government analyzed airline ticket contracts. Here’s what they found. (Dallas Morning News)

Emotional breakdown – how Air Canada uses AI to improve customer relationships. (Tnooz)

Chinese Companies Are Now Investing in Flying Car Technology. (Skift)

Uber Is Buying Thousands of Volvos to Create a Fleet of Driverless Cars. (Skift)

U.S. is Poised For Biggest Thanksgiving Travel Rush Since 2005. (Skift)

The case for reforming airport-slot allocation. (Economist)

The TSA is a disastrous failure and should be privatized. (Newsweek)

Travel disruption cost airlines and passengers tens of billions. (Tnooz)

Marriott envisions hotel stays yet to come with a tech-enabled ‘room of the future’. (Tnooz)

World’s most dangerous countries revealed. (Daily Mail)

Utah Ski Resorts Worry Drunk Driver Laws Will Turn Off Visitors. (Skift)

How to Plan an Impromptu Camping Trip. (Fresh Off the Grid)


Most Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving Is Wrong. (New York Times)

How to Not F*ck Up Thanksgiving. (303 Magazine)

How To Avoid Mediocrity and Go First-Class in Everything You Do. I really loved this piece. (Medium)

Shop For Your Real Life, Not Your Fantasy Life. (Yes and Yes)

The Simple Art of Getting Anything You Want. (Medium)

What to Do If You Think the Stock Market Is About to Start Going Down. (The Simple Dollar)

The most common source of stress in relationships isn’t what you think. (Well & Good NYC)

Similar: Two Relationship Counselors Explain How to Fight Better. (Greatist)

Balancing Frugality and Caring Dog Ownership. (The Simple Dollar)

Elon Musk: The Architect of Tomorrow. (Rolling Stone)

Another great profile (even if the title is odd): The Doyenne of DNA Says: Just Chillax With Your Ex. (New York Times)

Mr. Money Mustache, UBER Driver. ( Mr. Money Mustache )

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