January 20, 2019

Links I Love: January 20, 2019

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


Good news: The best time of year to land a new job is almost here. (The Ladders)

15 of The Most Common Interview Questions and Answers. (Under 30 CEO)

It’s Okay to Not Want a Promotion. (Medium)

How to accomplish your biggest career goals this year. (Fast Company)

10 Tips for Making the Most of a Business Conference. (Zapier)

The Most Respected Bosses Do These 12 Things. (Under 30 CEO)

Women Are Transforming The Ski Industry On The Slopes And In The Boardroom. (Forbes)

When Honest Women Replace ‘Self-Made’ Men. (New York Times)

How Mark Burnett Resurrected Donald Trump as an Icon of American Success. (New Yorker)

Inside the Pricey War to Influence Your Instagram Feed. (Wired)


‘Hi, I’m Tom Brady’: How the Patriots’ 41-year-old quarterback relates to teammates. (Washington Post)

Too Tired to Decide: Seven Simple Ways to Avoid Decision Fatigue. (Laura Stack)

An end-of-year reflection. (A Life of Productivity)

James Clear on Building Good Habits. (Friday Forward)

Ask Yourself This One Question to See Life More Clearly. (Greatist)

Those Who Can Do, Can’t Teach. (New York Times)

Don’t Stop Procrastinating, Just Get Better at It. (Medium)

6 Foolproof Ways to Feel Happier This Winter, According to a Psychologist. (PureWow)

A divorce lawyer’s guide to staying together. (Vox)


I Tried the Morning Routines of Jennifer Aniston, Oprah & More Celebs. Here’s the One That Made Me Happiest. (PureWow)

10 Things Runners Can Stop Doing in the New Year. (Run to the Finish)

5 Things Runners Can Do When Roads Are Icy. (New York Times)

How Exercise May Make Us Healthier. (New York Times)

Snooze With Your Dog. (Furthermore from Equinox)

More Pets, Fewer Allergies. (New York Times)

4 Surprising Benefits Of Melatonin. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Should you eat the brie rind?. (Lifehacker)

Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans?. (New York Times)

Breast-Feeding Tied to Smaller Waist Size in Mother. (New York Times)


New Ultra-Low-Cost Carrier Swoops Into Canada. (Skift)

Delta Continues to School Other Airlines on How to Take Your Money (and Miles). (Cranky Flier)

United Changes Short Flight Beverage Service. (Flyertalk)

Delta’s New Boarding Process Makes It Seem Like The Airline Has Nothing Better To Do. (Cranky Flier)

Delta Air Lines Doesn’t Want to Be Pigeonholed as a Transport Company. (Skift)

Google Is Filling In the Missing Pieces With Mobile Flight-Delay Notifications. (Skift)

What can the aviation sector expect in 2019?. (Airport World)

How Travel Brands Can Take Control of Customers’ Travel Booking Experience. (Skift)

Why Do Hotel Companies Have So Many Brands?. (New York Magazine)

Marriott Bonvoy Is the New Name of Chain’s Loyalty Program. (Skift)


How to Document Your Personal Possessions in Case of Emergency. (Lifehacker)

29 Chefs on How to Improve Your Sad Office Lunch. (Thrillist)

What to Do With All Your Stuff That Doesn’t ‘Spark Joy’. (Lifehacker)

Lincoln’s Axe and Frugality. (The Simple Dollar)

7 Self Care Practices For Overachievers. (Grit Fitness)

How to Get a Table at a Busy Restaurant. (Lifehacker)

The Science of Growing a Perfect Christmas Tree. (Wired)

How to Wrap Advice as a Gift a Teenager Might Open. (New York Times)

Hallmark Movies Are the MAGA of Holiday Entertainment. (Medium)

I’m 36 & I’ve Been Single For 10 Years. Spoiler: I’m Fine.. (Refinery29)

And finally, for a laugh: “The Rules” Versus My Rules if I Wrote a Dating How-To Book. (New Yorker)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: January 20, 2019”

    1. Sorry, Danny, I totally missed this comment for a bit. That’s fascinating though… and makes me wonder if I might be able to quickly regain endurance if I decided to train for a marathon again 😉

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