September 9, 2018

Links I Love: September 9, 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


Female mentors are a bigger deal than you think—and the astronomic rise of these three track-star sisters is proof. (Well & Good NYC)

The 12 Hidden Crises Working Women Face And Where They Come From. (Forbes)

The Problem With ‘Hey Guys’. (The Atlantic)

U.S. Workers Report Highest Job Satisfaction Since 2005. (Wall Street Journal)

Here’s Exactly How Long Your Vacation Should Be, According to Science. (Travel & Leisure)

5 ways you can boost your happiness at work (without putting in your 2 weeks notice). (Well & Good NYC)

When Your Career Is Comfortable, But You Yearn for a Change. (The Simple Dollar)

What You Do Is Not Why You Do It—How to Find Your Purpose at Work. (Heleo)

Try Using Labor Day as a Catalyst to Think About Your Work Life.. (Medium)

How to Get Your Boss to Take Your Goals Seriously. (Lifehacker)

Open-plan offices drive down face-to-face interactions and increase use of email. (British Psychological Society)

Here’s What Effective Personalization Across the Buyer’s Journey Looks Like. (Full Contact)

Beyond Digital Ethics. (Cal Newport)


There are three types of failure, but only one you should actually feel bad about. (Quartz)

People Don’t Buy Products, They Buy Better Versions of Themselves. (Medium)

Lifehacker Pack for Windows: Our List of the Essential Windows Apps 2018. (Lifehacker)

How To Conquer Your Overwhelming Email Inbox. (Medium)

Here’s What to Do When You’re Too Anxious to Sleep. (Vice)

Skim reading is the new normal. The effect on society is profound. (Guardian)

What’s Keeping You From Being Happy?. (The Simple Dollar)

Are Your Escapist Habits Wrecking Your Life?. (Medium)

­­­Why ‘dropping the ball’ will help you win the school year. (ABC News)

The Fresh Start Effect: How To Use New Beginnings For Extra Motivation. (Medium)

It’s Not How, But When to Get Motivated. (Deep Existence)

Techniques and Practices of Voluntary Discomfort. (Casual Kitchen)


Worshiping the False Idols of Wellness. (New York Times)
Extreme Athleticism Is the New Midlife Crisis. (Medium)
The Woman Who Plans to Swim Around the World. (New York Times)
How 7 health pros naturally avoid getting gassy or bloated on planes. (Well & Good NYC)
Sleeping with the AC? Here’s how to hack your bedroom so your skin and sinuses don’t suffer. (Well & Good NYC)
Same Foods, More Nutrients. (Furthermore from Equinox)
The ultimate bedtime routine for deeper sleep—and a more energized a.m.. (Well & Good NYC)
Why We All Need to Drink More During Hot Weather Exercise. (New York Times)
Eat More Umami. (Furthermore from Equinox)
We read “The China Study” so you don’t have to—here are the top 10 takeaways. (Well & Good NYC)
Getting Kids to Eat More Vegetables. (New York Times)
Take Better Naps by Drinking Coffee First. (Lifehacker)


What’s Missing in Wellness Hospitality?. (Skift)

How Do Different Generations Prefer to Eat out when Traveling for Work?. (Hotel News Now)

How Customer Data and Dynamic Inventory Can Deliver Better Travel Buying Experiences. (Skift)

Airlines raise baggage, change and seating fees as fuel prices surge. (CNBC)

Why It’s Hard For Airlines to Make Money in India’s Growing Market. (Bloomberg)

Why Do National Airlines Still Exist?. (Skift)

SpiceJet’s cabin-crew recruitment is accused of being sexist. (Economist)

SITA and Virgin Atlantic tap new tech for staff training. (Tnooz)

first blockchain-based, airline loyalty programme ‘digital wallet’. (Airport World)

Volvo Believes Self-Driving Cars Will Disrupt Aviation. (Bloomberg)

Unmanned Airport Control Tower Installed In Northern Colorado. (CBS Denver)

Airports Target Experience-Hungry Passengers With Video Game Booths. (Bloomberg)

TSA Will Expand Tests of Next-Generation Scanners for Carry-on Bags. (Bloomberg)

U.S. Hotel Industry Commits to Giving Panic Buttons to Workers. (Skift)

Meet Gen Z and How Your Hotel Can Appeal to Them. (Hotel News Now)

IHG CEO: Amazon Is a Threat to Online Travel Agencies, Not Hotels. (Skift)

Effective Tips for Using Chatbots to Improve Hotel Revenue. (Hotel News Now)

Fate of Titanic Artifacts in Question as Bidders Offer Warring Plans. (Bloomberg)


Revisiting the Last Little Bit in the Container. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Retire in Your 30s With $1 Million in the Bank. (New York Times)

Single Parent Finances: Six Tips to Find Financial Success When It’s All on You. (The Simple Dollar)

How To Have A Happy Marriage: 7 Powerful Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Income Share Agreements: A Fairer Way to Pay for College, or a New Debt Trap?. (The Simple Dollar)

Middle, high schools can’t start earlier than 8:30 a.m. under newly approved California legislation. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Be a Parent, Not a Coach, at Your Kid’s Game. (Lifehacker)

Have Better Family Meals. (New York Times)

Google declares the end of ‘FOMO’ and hails the birth of ‘JOMO’. (Metro UK)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: September 9, 2018”

  1. Great links as always! I think there’s a very simple solution to the “Hey guys” problem – “Hey everyone”. That’s what I try to use!

    1. I tend to use y’all / all y’all after a stint working for four years in Dallas 🙂 I thought it was interesting that this article posits it may make me seem less educated…

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