September 30, 2018

Links I Love: September 30, 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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The New Kids on the Cube Block: Five Things You Can Expect of Generation Z. (Laura Stack)

The Danger Of Being An Angry Woman Lawyer. (Above the Law)

What Do You Do When You’re Doing Two Jobs at Once?. (Daily Muse)

How to Throw a ‘Resource Party’ by. (Lifehacker)

4 concrete strategies to take control of your career right now. (Well & Good NYC)

Do You Lead with Purpose?. (Hotel News Now)

From Landscaping to Writing: A Lifelong Career in the Outdoors. (Just a Colorado Gal)

Good Intentions: The Story of Elizabeth Holmes & Theranos. (Friday Forward)


To Be Happier at Work, Tell Yourself a Different Story. (Lifehacker)

The 5 types of mentors you need in your life. (TED Talks)

Reading fiction helps your career, but reading poetry helps more. (Penelope Trunk)

How to Make Time for In-Between Sized Projects. (Medium)

7 habits of the best self-directed learners. (Big Think)

A Case Against Optimizing Your Life. (Zen Habits)

Fearlessness: How to Stop Running from Space. (Zen Habits)

How To Solve Relationship Problems: 5 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)


5 therapist-approved lifestyle changes you can make to help ease symptoms of depression. (Well & Good NYC)

These Companies Really, Really, Really Want to Freeze Your Eggs. (New York Times)

Scared to Be a Parent?. (New York Times)

Maybe Your Sleep Problem Isn’t a Problem. (New York Times)

Keep Your Gut Healthy and Your Skin May Follow. (New York Times)

Hydration Debate: Flat vs Seltzer. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Heartbreakers at Chain Restaurants. (New York Times)

September Is the Perfect Time to Lose Weight—Here’s Why (and How to Do It). (Thrillist)

Fasting Meets Exercise. (Furthermore from Equinox)

What your post-workout cravings could be telling you about your body. (Well & Good NYC)

I Did an Ironman With No Training and Here’s What Happened. (Runners World)

Water Workouts for Summer. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Simone Biles Was Already the Greatest Gymnast Ever. She’s Now So Good It’s Absurd.. (Slate)

Exercise Now, Sit in Front of the TV Later. (New York Times)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just adopted a very good dog (for their health, of course). (Well & Good NYC)

What Would Happen if an Influenza Outbreak Struck Denver in 2018?. (5280 Magazine)


World’s Longest Flight May Have A Gym and Bunks. (Bloomberg)

American Airlines keeps it local by partnering with Zoës Kitchen for in-flight food. (Dallas Morning News)

After raising bag fees, American Airlines says in-flight drinks will cost more. (Dallas Morning News)

JetBlue Is Adding Its Own Form of Basic Economy. (Skift)

This New Google Tool Tells You When to Buy Holiday Season Flights. (Bloomberg)

United Airlines Moves the Goal Post for Earning Top-Tier Elite Status. (Skift)

Airports Open Virtual-Reality Lounges to Occupy Angry Travelers. (Bloomberg)

It May Be a Mistake For United to Grow Dulles. (Cranky Flier)

Four out of Five Executives Surveyed by PwC Report Blockchain Initiatives Underway. (Hotel News Now)

Hilton Wants to Change the Conversation About Direct Booking With New Ad Campaign. (Skift)

Distribution mishmash: how the beast of rate parity is evolving. (Tnooz)

How U.S. and UK Travelers Differ When on the Company Dime. (Skift)

When Winter Tourism Getaways Become Summer Attractions. (Skift)

Las Vegas may get a real railway station again. (Economist)

This Beer Train Takes You Into the Mountains on a Day-Long Beer Adventure. (Thrillist)

Disney World’s Latest Pricing Changes Take Aim at Crowd Control. (Skift)


6 Mistakes Too Many People Make With Their Leftovers. (Thrillist) I really want to try making this!

If You Have a Food Processor, You Can Make This Watermelon Sherbet. (Lifehacker)

The surprising thing writer Glynnis MacNicol wishes she’d known about turning 40. (Well & Good NYC)

Why You Should End That On-Again, Off-Again Relationship. (Lifehacker)

U.S. Divorce Rate: Millennials Are Causing the U.S. Divorce Rate to Plummet. (Bloomberg)

A Parent’s Guide to Teaching Kids About Consent. (Lifehacker)

Are today’s white kids less racist than their grandparents?. (The Conversation)

Do You Save Sentimental Stuff?. (Kelly in the City)

Home Alone, With a Spy Cam. (New York Times)

My Home and Auto Maintenance Checklist. (The Simple Dollar)

It’s time to rethink how much booze may be too much. (Vox)

Finally, for a laugh: The 19 People You See at Every Beer Festival. (Thrillist)

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