April 22, 2018

Links I Love: April 22, 2018

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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Colleges Recruit at Richer, Whiter High Schools. (New York Times)

General Motors’ CEO on How to Handle a Crisis Like a Pro. (Heleo)

3 Changes That’ll Make You Sound More Confident. (Daily Muse)


How to Clean Up Your Overwhelmed Gmail Inbox (by Hand). (Lifehacker)

The Bane of Akrasia: Four Ways to Make Yourself Listen to Your Better Judgment. (Laura Stack)

5 Steps to See Any Goal Through to the End. (Greatist)

This Is How To Easily Make Your Relationships Awesome: 4 Secrets. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Why you should write an Acknowledgements section for your life. (A Life of Productivity)

People Don’t Actually Know Themselves Very Well. (The Atlantic)

Why You Need An “Every Damn Day” List + How To Create One. (Yes and Yes)

How to structure life around your laziness. (A Life of Productivity)

LaughLab. (Richard Wiseman)


Another reason to take desk breaks? They just might save your memory. (Well & Good NYC)

Hack Your Brain Health Now. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Maternal Grandparent Advantage. (New York Times)

How to Help Your Teen Get More Sleep. (Lifehacker)

Set Your Thermostat to 68 Degrees. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Extra glass of wine a day ‘will shorten your life by 30 minutes. (The Guardian)

Drinking may have given me cancer. The alcohol industry has worked hard to downplay it.. (Mother Jones) This really got me thinking about whether I ought to cut back further on my drinking – am I being paranoid?

A Surprising Way to Eat Vegetables: For Dessert. (New York Times)

Cut Down Food Waste With These 8 Tips From Meal-Prep Experts. (Greatist)

7 Reasons Your Eating Clean is Too Expensive and How to Fix It ASAP. (Run to the Finish)

Can Coffee Rev Up Your Workout? It May Depend on Your Genes. (New York Times)

An App That’s Like The “AirBnB of Gym Memberships” is Expanding to Denver. (303 Magazine)

I Tried Naked Yoga and Have Some Thoughts to Share. (Greatist)

Boston Qualifying Tips from Everyday Runners. (Run to the Finish)

Do you need to switch up your skin-care routine for the products to keep working?. (Well & Good NYC)


Tour Operators Are Selling Runners on Extreme Marathons in Picturesque Places. (Skift)

How Damaging Will Sunday’s 60 Minutes Report Be to Allegiant Air?. (Skift)

Sun Country Earns the Cranky Jackass Award for Giving No Options to Stranded Customers. (Cranky Flier)

Pets on a plane: Airlines turn to government for help in taming rise of emotional support animals. (Dallas Morning News)

Emirates gives vote of confidence to VR seat mapping software. (Tnooz)

A plan to put beds on planes. (Economist)

On the other extreme of seating design: The standing-up seats that’ll let airlines cram in more passengers. (Daily Mail)

JetBlue’s Venture Arm Invests in a Startup That Predicts Flight Delays. (Skift)

How a change in windows helped a DFW Airport bar sell twice as many drinks. (Dallas Morning News)

American Airlines’ New Flagship Experience Raises the Bar for Passengers. (Skift)

How to Make Sure a Budget or Foreign Airline Is Safe. (Lifehacker)

Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines flight makes emergency landing in Philadelphia; passenger reportedly injured. (Dallas Morning News)

As Southwest plane dropped in sky, frantic passengers tried to send out final messages to loved ones. (Dallas Morning News)

One person dies after an engine explodes on a Southwest flight in America. (Economist)

Southwest’s Post-Accident Response Starts the Right Way, But The Road is Long. (Cranky Flier)

A brief history of property management systems. (Tnooz)

Marriott Finally Reveals How It Will Combine All 3 of Its Loyalty Programs. (Skift)

For hoteliers: 6 steps to success in text messaging and chat from an expert. (Tnooz)

Sabre explains blockchain – somebody has to. (Tnooz)

Americans will no longer have to sign for credit-card purchases. (Economist)

A beginner’s guide to traveling on your own. (Well & Good NYC) I highly recommend solo travel to everyone!


Hackers once stole a casino’s high-roller database through a thermometer in the lobby fish tank. (Business Insider)

How to get rich quick in Silicon Valley. (Guardian)

Stop Sharing Details From Your Personal History on Facebook. (Lifehacker)

‘I was a teacher for 17 years – but I couldn’t read’. (BBC World)

What You Need to Know About Universal Basic Income. (Lifehacker)

A Decade After The Bubble Burst, House Flipping Is On The Rise. (NPR)

Plain White Vinegar Is the Dishwashing Hero You Need. (Lifehacker)

The Most Motivating Financial Chart I’ve Ever Seen. (The Simple Dollar)

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