September 2, 2018

Links I Love: September 2, 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


How to Write a Cold Email About a Job. (Career Contessa)

Everyone Wants You to Stop Using These 9 Annoying Email Phrases. (Thrillist)

First Who, Then What. (Friday Forward)

Why women stay behind the scenes at work. (Stanford Business School)

3 Questions to Ask Any Mentor—And 1 Question to Avoid, From Black Women Talk Tech. (Elle Magazine)

‘Find your passion’? That’s bad advice, scientists say.. (Washington Post)

How to Deal with that Person at Work Who Drives You Crazy. (Heleo)


How To Chart A New Course For Your Life With 3 Simple Diagrams. (Better Humans)

How to Be More Engaged at Work. (Greater Good)

Can you actually get ahead at work these days without risking burnout?. (Well & Good NYC)

Escape Work on Vacation. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Spending Time to Conserve Time: Four Ways to Find Out How Much Time You Really Have. (Laura Stack)

4 Motivators for Productivity and the Science Behind Them. (Zapier)

25% of a Group Can Change Everyone’s Behavior. (Lifehacker)

How to Give Your Full Attention. (Mindful)

Kids’ Video Game Obsession Isn’t Really About Video Games. It’s About Unmet Psychological Needs.. (Nir and Far)

Need More Self-Control? Try a Simple Ritual. (Scientific American)

Why Your Brain Can’t Let Go of a Grudge. (Lifehacker)

The Case For Talking Politics. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Mark your calendars for your 60th birthday: That’s when self-esteem peaks. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Cope With Grief. (Lifehacker)


College Students Want Children, but Don’t Know When Fertility Declines. (New York Times)

Your 3 p.m. workday slump could be caused by this one thing (and it’s not what you think). (Well & Good NYC)

Is Coconut Oil Good or Bad for You?. (New York Times)

The Problem with SPF Moisturizer. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Best Sunglasses for Running: Find Out How They Impact the Quality of Your Run. (Run to the Finish)

Basic no more: Treadmills are suddenly cool. (Well & Good NYC)

Drunk Yoga Reminded Me Why I Practice in the First Place. (Greatist)

Finally, an expert dishes on whether you should eat carbs before a workout. (Well & Good NYC)

Drink This, Sleep 90 More Minutes A Night. (Prevention Magazine)

How taking a rest day can make your workouts more powerful. (Well & Good NYC)

But on the other side: Take a Vacation From Exercise? Your Body May Not Thank You. (New York Times)

When To Take An Ice Bath. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The American fitness obsession has made its way to France—but something has gotten lost in translation. (Well & Good NYC)

Lying on your stomach could be seriously bad for you. (Well & Good NYC)

The New Workout for Your Glutes. (Furthermore from Equinox)


New York wants to put limits on ride-hailing firms such as Uber and Lyft. (Economist)

United Airlines President on Turning Skeptics Into Believers. (Skift)

Major airlines accused of extending flight times to avoid payouts. (Secret Flying)

Ryanair’s Latest Fee Targets Carry-Ons With Wheels. (Bloomberg)

United Airlines raising checked-bag fees to match JetBlue. (Dallas Morning News)

U.S. Airlines Target Fares and Fees as They Try to Recoup Higher Fuel Costs. (Bloomberg)

21,000 aircraft will be equipped with Wi-Fi by 2026 but challenges must be addressed – report. (Future Travel Experience)

Overheated Laptop Could Bring Down a Commercial Airplane, Says New Study. (Bloomberg)

TSA Is Testing Scanners That Could Let Travelers Bring Liquids Into Airports. (Bloomberg)

IATA outlines how tech is reshaping the future of the aviation job market. (Tnooz)

1 in 50 finds love in the air, study says. (CNN)

BrewDog Beer Hotel Officially Opens August 27: All About the Doghouse. (Thrillist)

Related: How America’s Motels Became Hipster Havens. (Hotel News Now)

Millennial-targeted marketing has taken the business world by storm. (Hotel News Now)

Tourism Websites Are Being Redesigned to Get Way More Personal. (Skift)

Hints and tips to make apps work harder. (Tnooz)

When disruption becomes a distraction. (Tnooz)


Should You Stay Friends With an Ex? Here’s What Experts Say. (Time)

30 Ways to Show Your Love and Still Be Frugal. (The Simple Dollar)

Honey, I Swept the Floor!. (New York Times)

Related: Have a ‘Chore Audit’ With Your Partner. (Lifehacker)

Back to the Nest? Tips for Living in a Multi-Generational Household. (The Simple Dollar)

How We’re Saving for Emma’s College Education. (Kelly in the City)

Teaching Children About Compound Interest. (The Simple Dollar)

What to Ask Kids Instead of ‘Do You Have Any Questions?’. (Lifehacker)

Make Technology Work for Your Family. (New York Times)

Send One Scary Email This Weekend. (Lifehacker)

The Tastiest, Healthiest Meals Hidden in Trader Joe’s Freezer Section. (Thrillist)

The Hidden Key to Frugality: Seeing More of the Options. (The Simple Dollar)

Denver Will Vote on Big Changes to Political Campaign Funding. (5280 Magazine)

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