November 11, 2018

Links I Love: November 11, 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


5 steps to help you figure out your passion. (TED Talks)

7 Striking Facts About Women in the Workplace. (Daily Muse)

Nearly 50% of women stress out about repeating outfits at work. (The Ladders)

The One Piece of Advice Young Women Need. (Medium)

The Starbucks that’s run completely by senior citizens. (BBC News)


The Unconventional Secrets of High-Achievers. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Stop Drinking From the Firehose: Five Easy Cures for Information Overload. (Laura Stack)

Why You Should ‘Indiana Jones’ Your Bad Habit + How To Do It. (Yes and Yes)

A Hidden Source of Power. (Zen Habits)

Take Three Weeks Off. (Furthermore from Equinox)

How a Password Changed my Life.. (Medium)

Malcolm Gladwell and Elite Runner Alex Hutchinson on What Separates Top Athletes from the Rest. (Heleo)

Justin Gallegos & Nike on Breaking Barriers. (Friday Forward)


Living that desk job life? Try these core exercises to alleviate low back tightness. (Well & Good NYC)

Tabata Training: A Four Minute Full Body Workout. (Nerd Fitness)

Vigorous Exercise, Even a Trek Up Everest, May Be Safe During Pregnancy. (New York Times)

How Long Should You Wait to Drink Alcohol After a Workout?. (Greatist)

The Case Against Running With Headphones. (New York Times)

It’s better for your body to run in the morning or at night?. (Well & Good NYC)

This Shocking Side Effect Of Lack Of Sleep Will Stop You Scrolling In Bed At Night. (Bustle)

Is Blue Light Really What’s Keeping You Awake?. (Medium)

4 benefits of sunlight that will make you want to go take a walk right now. (Well & Good NYC)

5 Steps to Better Mental Health. (Furthermore from Equinox)

I’ve Spent 10 Years as a Wellness Writer. This Is the Best (and Worst) Advice I’ve Heard. (Greatist)

1 Simple Rule That’s Actually Helping Me Lose Weight. (Greatist)

Whoa, Whoa, Whoa. Leggings That Cost $300?. (New York Times)


Airplanes Are Like Concerts. (Furthermore from Equinox)

This Airline Will Soon Provide Nervous Flyers In-flight Meditation and Dedicated Onboard Assistance. (Travel & Leisure)

The World’s Longest Flight Will Have No Economy Seats. (Bloomberg)

Higher Domestic Fares Boost American Airlines’ Outlook. (Skift)

Airline passengers less willing to share data than a year ago. (Tnooz)

Expedia Brings Voice Bookings, Cancellations and Rewards to Google Assistant. (Skift)

Why Cities Should Build More Bare-Bones Airports to Solve Capacity Crunch. (Skift)

Open all hours. (Airport World)

Mexico Lurches Toward Making a Bad Airport Decision. (Cranky Flier)

Virgin Voyages Says Farewell to Cruise Cliche: The All-You-Can-Eat Buffet. (Skift)

What Looms for the Travel Industry in D.C. After the Midterms. (Skift)

Experts talk threat of overtourism and possible solutions. (Travel Weekly)

6 Hacks for Hotels to Increase Non-Room Revenue. (Hotel News Now)

Why Hospitality Should Hire Candidates With No Previous Hotel Experience. (Skift)

What Theme Parks Teach Us About Market Segmentation. (Medium)


Does a little mold spoil the whole block of cheese?. (Lifehacker)

How to Check if an Influencer is Actually Influential. (Jeff Bullas)

Take time for YOU. (LinkedIn)

How to Track Incoming Packages Like a Pro (for Free). (Lifehacker)

4 tips to heal after a non-breakup from your non-relationship. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Find Love, According to a Matchmaker. (Lifehacker)

How to Grieve Online Friends You Never Met in Person. (New York Times)

Here’s the Bucket Hack That’s Getting Kids to Put Away Their Stuff. (Lifehacker)

Read These Redditors’ Parenting Tricks That Backfired. (Lifehacker)

Spanking kids: Choose ‘healthy’ discipline instead, pediatricians urge. (CNN)

Why parents need to be patient with their school-age kids. (Boston Globe)

Female Candidates Break Barriers, Except When It Comes to Money. (New York Times)

The Most Effective Way to Peer-Pressure Your Friends into Voting. (Medium)

And finally, for a laugh: Realistic Schedule for Election Day. (New Yorker)

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