July 29, 2018

Links I Love: July 29, 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
Original image source: Mike Licht


Oldest children tend to become the richest and most successful — and it could be thanks to their parents. (Business Insider)

You Could Be Too Much of a Team Player. (Wall Street Journal)

Workplace Advice I Wish I Had Known. (Wall Street Journal)

Women, You’re Not The Problem — Our Sexist Workplace Culture Is. (Huffington Post)

Working Women Often Underestimate Motherhood Costs. (Wall Street Journal)

What the Gates Foundation learned by offering 52 weeks of paid parental leave. (Quartz)

There are two types of respect. Lack one, and you’ll hate your job. (Quartz)

How to separate biz + personal space when you work from home. (XO Sarah)

Vacationing For Dummies: An In-House Counsel Manual. (Above the Law)


Why team-building exercises won’t make your staff more productive. (Medium)

A Contrary Position: Five Points in Defense of Multitasking. (Laura Stack)

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait Until Deadlines. (Time Management Ninja)

Use This Short Checklist to Beat Resistance. (Deep Existence)

Everything You Need to Know to Have Perfect Timing. (Heleo)

Similar: Why You Should Always Go to the Doctor in the Morning—and Other Proven Timing Hacks. (Heleo)

What Time Feels Like When You’re Improvising. (Nautilus)

How to Make People Remember You. (Jordan Harbinger)

To Counter Loneliness, Find Ways to Connect. (New York Times)

Early Riser. (Friday Forward)

Related: A Look at My Morning Routine. (The Simple Dollar)


Is It Getting Harder to Care for Poor Patients?. (New York Times)

A dietitian shares her secrets to getting the best produce at the farmers’ market. (Well & Good NYC)

The Vindication of Cheese, Butter, and Full-Fat Milk. (The Atlantic)

The Leg-Brain Connection. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Endorphins and exercise: How intense does a workout have to be for the “high” to kick in?. (Well & Good NYC)

Walk Briskly for Your Health. About 100 Steps a Minute.. (New York Times)

Surviving Running in the Heat. (See Dane Run)

The State of Sweat Testing. (Furthermore from Equinox)


JetBlue’s First Female President Wants More Diversity and Higher Profits. (Skift)

Why Southwest, American airlines are struggling to raise fares as fuel costs cut into profits. (Dallas Morning News)

Can JetBlue Cut Costs and Maintain Margins While Fuel Prices Keep Rising?. (Skift)

Alaska Airlines Made a Costly Loyalty Mistake by Offering Too Many Free Seats. (Skift)

Southwest CEO Says Assigned Seats Still Don’t Make Sense. (Skift)

Etihad Airways brings gamification to seat upgrade auctions. (Future Travel Experience)

Airlines Need to Look to Tech and Data to Become Better Retailers. (Skift)

Delta Spins Its Test to Stop Supporting Group Travel Within the US. (Cranky Flier)

U.S. flight attendants show higher rates of cancer, new study says. (Dallas Morning News)

Celebrating Denver International Airport’s terminal-to-concourse bridge at age 25. (Denver Post)

Amadeus tackles the psychology of conversion. (Tnooz)

Why Personalization is the Future of Hotel E-Commerce. (Skift)

How integrating AI in hospitality impacts operational dynamics. (Tnooz)

Train Your Front Desk Colleagues To Be ‘Memory Makers’. (Hotel News Now)

Is Luxury Hospitality Guilty of Cultural Appropriation?. (Skift)

U.S. Rental Car Companies Are Taking a Hit on Falling Fleet Values. (Bloomberg)

Walk a Few Miles and Earn Points: New Location-Based Loyalty Program Launches. (Skift)

Singapore Airlines rolls out innovative miles-based digital wallet. (Future Travel Experience)


Who’s the Boss? Not Me: Why I Turned Down a Big Promotion. (The Simple Dollar)

What It’s Like To Have Your Parents Go Bankrupt To Give You The Life You Want. (Financial Diet)

The Brown Bagger: 7 Strategies for Maximizing the Value of Taking Your Own Lunch to Work. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Survive Your 40s. (New York Times)

Our Myths about Sexuality. (Psychotherapy Networker)

Related: The rules of relationships are changing fast—here’s what Esther Perel says you can do about it. (Well & Good NYC)

Finally, for a laugh: Guy living with two women roommates reveals what it’s really like. (Some Ecards)

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