March 24, 2019

Links I Love: March 24, 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


Kids Are the Victims of the Elite-College Obsession. (The Atlantic)

Do You Have a ‘Work Wife?’ These Founders Think You Should. (Fortune Magazine)

Research-Based Advice for Women Working in Male-Dominated Fields. (Harvard Business

If you wear makeup at work, your female colleagues may think this about you. (The Ladders)

Here’s what every presidential candidate should be doing for diversity, equity & inclusion.. (Medium)

How to Get Out of a Meeting You Know Will Waste Your Time. (Harvard Business Journal)


Achieving Your Goals: Six Stumbling Blocks and How to Overcome Them. (Laura Stack)

The Decision Matrix: Make Better Decisions With This Spreadsheet Template. (Zapier)

How Tiny Mistakes Cause Huge Disasters. (Lifehacker)

A quiet environment is a sign of success. (Penelope Trunk)

Challenge The Status Quo and Ask Why. (Friday Forward)


Why We Yawn and How to Stop It. (Lifehacker)

The Case Against Cough Medicine. (New York Times)

You Need A Pcp. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Dear derms: Do I need to feel my skin care to know it’s working?. (Well & Good NYC)

How the sober-curious lifestyle is key to mastering moderation and being a social queen. (Well & Good NYC)

Habit Forming: Diet And Relationships. (Furthermore from Equinox)

If You’re Tracking Calories, Log Dinner First. (Lifehacker) This is genius!

Really though: The StairMaster is a pretty stellar way to start your sweat sesh. (Well & Good NYC)

The Power Of Polarity. (Furthermore from Equinox)

All you need to upgrade your strength training workout is to slow the eff down. (Well & Good NYC)

The Glute Guy’s Top 4 Booty-Building Exercises. (Greatist)

Trends in Running, by the Numbers. (New York Times)


Tips for Flying with a Toddler. (Kelly in the City)

Dutch Safety Board Says Airlines Need Better Data on War Zone Dangers. (Skift)

Understanding Boeing’s Relationship With the FAA’s Safety Regulators. (Bloomberg)

Boeing 737 Max: Pilot Saved Lion Air Jet Day Before Crash. (Bloomberg)

United Finds Way to Make Up for Weak Transatlantic Economy Sales. (Skift)

United Becomes First Airline to Add Gender Identifications for Non-Binary Flyers. (Skift)

The Reason You’re Flying a United Regional Jet With a Bar. (The Points Guy)

U.S. Airline Earnings Show Race Between Rising Costs and Higher Revenues. (Skift)

How JetBlue Putting Someone on a Flight 90 Minutes Later Cost the Airline $2500. (Cranky Flier)

If you’re going to miss your flight, call the airline. Immediately. And be nice. (Los Angeles Times)

America’s Most Controversial Airport Is Now No. 1 in the Country. (Thrillist) Go Denver!

For $316k a year, Dallas is stuck with an empty parking lot near Love Field. (Dallas Morning News)

Why Coworking Is Coming to Hotels. (Hotel News Now)

What Marriott’s CEO Had to Say About Airbnb, Amazon, and Google. (Skift)

Wyndham Is Changing Back Its Loyalty Program to Be More Like Everyone Else’s. (Skift)

Snowbirds Trade Vacation Homes for Winters at Five-Star Resorts. (Bloomberg)

New Skift Report: The Evolution of Winter Travelers and the Future of Ski Vacations. (Skift)

New Research Study: How Travel Brands Can Improve Customer Loyalty and Manage Fickle Behavior. (Skift)


This Scary Map Shows How Climate Change Will Transform Your City. (Wired)

Life Without Plastic Is Possible. It’s Just Very Hard.. (New York Times)

Meet the ‘cleanfluencers’, the online gurus who like things nice and tidy. (The Guardian)

‘Nobody Likes Valentine’s Day Anymore.’ Retailers, Florists Cash In on ‘Galentine’s Day,’ a Ladies-Only Spin. (Wall Street Journal)

Shelf policing: how books (and cacti) make women too ‘spiky’ for men. (The Guardian)

How Bibliophiles Flirt. (New York Times)

How to Say No to a Second Date. (Lifehacker)

How to use love languages to be the best possible friend to all the VIPs in your life. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Host an Inexpensive Game Day. (The Simple Dollar)

Emilia Clarke, of “Game of Thrones,” on Surviving Two Life-Threatening Aneurysms. (New Yorker)

Embrace Your Kid’s Stubborn Streak. (Lifehacker)

My Strategy for Making Large Purchases. (The Simple Dollar)

4 lessons from a post-graduate course in omelettes. (Lifehacker)

Use Soap Before Water to Clean Greasy Hands. (Lifehacker)

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