May 27, 2018

Links I Love: May 27, 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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Millions of Indian students face resits after exams leak. (Guardian)

Use These Spelling Tricks From the 2017 National Spelling Bee Champion. (Lifehacker)

The 10-Year Baby Window That Is the Key to the Women’s Pay Gap. (New York Times)

How Women at the Top Can Renew Their Mental Energy. (Harvard Business Journal)

Treating Workers Fairly at Rent the Runway. (New York Times)

How to Negotiate…When You’re Already Getting That Promotion. (Girlboss)

According to Harvard, This 1 Leadership Trait Separates Exceptional Leaders From the Rest. (Inc)

Take That, 9-to-5: Two Brooklynites on How They Make a Living as Professional Dog Walkers. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Handle a High Stress Work Environment. (The Simple Dollar)

The 9 Things You Should Know About Colorado’s Work-Life Balance. (5280 Magazine)


Beyond Black Box Management. (Cal Newport)

7 Tips to Help You Get You Out of Your Inbox. (Time Management Ninja)

Delegate? But it’s so much faster to do it myself. (Patty Azzarello)

7 Things You Need To Stop Doing To Be More Productive, Backed by Science. (Medium)

Master These 5 Attributes to Successfully Influence Others. (Success Magazine)

How To Achieve Your 10-Year Plan In The Next 6 Months. (Medium)

How to Stop Procrastinating Using the 70% Rule. (Medium)

Are You Easily Discouraged? A Psychologist Says It All Comes Down to This 1 Thing. (Thrive Global)

10 Things You Don’t Know about Yourself. (Scientific American)

Why we owe it to ourselves to spend quiet time alone every day. (TED Talks)

This is what love does to your brain. (Vox)

Introvert-Friendly Tips & Tricks for the Dreaded First Date. (Quiet Revolution)

The Secret to Magic Mornings? Put the Kids to Work. (New York Times)

Here are the ages you peak at everything throughout life. (Business Insider)

How To Be Happy In Today’s Crazy World: 3 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Stop Picturing Everyone Naked. (Furthermore from Equinox)


You can pay off “sleep debt” by snoozing longer on weekends, a study suggests. (Well & Good NYC)

How Exercise Can Help You Recall Words. (New York Times)

Why the pharmaceutical industry is giving up the search for an Alzheimer’s cure. (Quartz)

There Are Chemicals In Your Takeout. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Are G.M.O. Foods Safe?. (New York Times)

We don’t need nearly as much protein as we consume. (BBC News)

Water Doesn’t Go Bad. (Lifehacker)

Black tea is emerging as a gut-health hero—here’s what you need to know. (Well & Good NYC)

Caffeine During Pregnancy Tied to Overweight Offspring. (New York Times)

Why Pasta Beats Bread. (Furthermore from Equinox)

How Strenuous Exercise Affects Our Immune System. (New York Times)

Is Running Outside Really Better Than Miles on the Treadmill?. (Greatist)


Rethinking touchpoints in the travel industry. (Tnooz)

FAA Wants Airlines to Speed Inspection of Some Jet Engines. (Bloomberg)

Airlines Test Adding Metasearch to Their Websites. (Skift)

Kayak to Help Flyers Get Compensated for Delayed and Canceled Flights. (Skift)

Airlines Aren’t Passing on Higher Fuel Costs to Passengers Because of Competition. (Bloomberg)

United Shuffles Newark and Washington Flying Because of Capacity Constraints. (Cranky Flier)

Applying Formula 1 thinking to optimise operations in the air transport industry. (Future Travel Experience)

Smelly’ passengers and armrest hoggers among pet hates of travellers. (Airport World)

Navigating the airport of the future. (Airport World)

Marriott Integrates Facebook Messenger Into Its Tours and Activities Offering. (Skift)

Marriott partners with Salesforce to deliver more personalisation. (Tnooz)

Coming Soon to Your Hotel: The Integrated Revenue Generation Team. (Hotel News Now)

Tours and Hotels Look for Innovative Ways to Cater to Luxury and Budget Road Trippers. (Skift)

How Driving Defines Us: The Future of American Road Trips. (Skift)

Americans Fearful of Self-Driving Cars: New AAA Survey. (Skift)

Use the Washington Post’s Vacation Finder to Plan Your Next Trip. (Lifehacker)

Americans Won’t Ditch Phones on Vacation Despite Travel Industry’s Digital Detox Push. (Skift)

EST and EDT Are Different Time Zones. (Lifehacker)

Death in the alpine. (High Country News)


She Thinks She Hasn’t Been Spied On. (Casual Kitchen)

Sam Kass on How to Spring Clean Your Pantry Like the Obamas. (Bon Appetit)

Dano Hutnik, celebrated Finger Lakes region chef, dies at 69. (New York Upstate)

10 Tips for Maximizing the Value of Eating Out. (The Simple Dollar)

How Do You Eat Outside?. (Lifehacker)

Keep Food Cold With an Ice-Filled Shower Cap. (Lifehacker)

When ‘Going Cheap’ Is a Bad Idea. (The Simple Dollar)

Meeting an Old Friend: Strategies for Low Cost Meetups. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Deal When You’re the Last Single Person in Your Friend Group. (Lifehacker)

This new research on Tinder and hookups might surprise you. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Cancel Plans Without Pissing Someone Off. (Lifehacker)

Netflix is basically remaking all of TV now. (Quartz)

Pretty Much All Tech Demos Are Fake as Hell. (Gizmodo)

The Race To Stop The Best Mario Kart 64 Player From Securing Every World Record. (Kotaku)

8 Things I Learned Reading 50 Books A Year For 7 Years. (Medium)

Figuring Out ‘The Good Life’. (The Simple Dollar)

Lawns Are an Ecological Disaster. (Earther)

How Gross Is it to Wear Your Shoes in the House?. (Vice)

Finally, for a laugh: Man At Park Who Set Up Table Full Of Water Cups Has No Idea How Passing Marathon Runners Got Impression They Can Take Them. (The Onion)

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