February 9, 2020

Links I Love: February 9, 2020

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


Present From The Head Of The Table. (Feld Thoughts)

Now Is the Perfect Time to Start Letting People Work From Home. (Gizmodo)

Visa Is Considering a Hike on Swipe Fees—and It Doesn’t Bode Well for Retail. (Morning Brew)

A.I. Comes to the Operating Room. (New York Times)

Ikea Plans to Overhaul Its Customer Data Policies. (Morning Brew)

The most popular dances now come from TikTok. What happens to their creators? (Vox)


This one leadership trait is way more important than confidence. (The Ladders)

Hey Google, how can you and Alexa increase productivity at work?. (Zapier)

The one-month plan for becoming a productivity master at work. (Well & Good NYC)

Stoking Your Engine: Four Ways to Reignite Productivity When Motivation Fades. (Laura Stack)

Do These 8 Things on Monday to Start Your Week Off Right. (Real Simple)

Why January is the worst time for resolutions. (Zapier)

How to actually change your career (and life) in 3 steps. (Well & Good NYC)

Goals and intentions aren’t the same—here’s when to use each for optimum success and happiness. (Well & Good NYC)

The dangerous downsides of perfectionism. (BBC News)

Similar: 6 Ways Being a Perfectionist Can Sabotage Your Health. (Shondaland)

How to Overcome Your Fear of Failure. (Harvard Business Journal)

9 mistakes that will instantly destroy a first impression, according to these self-made millionaires. (CNBC)

How to Turn What You Read into Financial Action. (The Simple Dollar)

How to stay calm in high-stress situations, according to a body language expert. (Well & Good NYC)

New Neuroscience Reveals 5 Secrets That Will Make You Emotionally Intelligent. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How to use the ‘halo effect’ to become a magnetic social angel. (Well & Good NYC)

The Pitfalls and the Potential of the New Minimalism. (New Yorker)

How Google Got Its Employees to Eat Their Vegetables. (Medium)


A comprehensive stretching guide for people who sit all day long. (Well & Good NYC)

Yoga for stress relief takes just 8 weeks, says science. (Well & Good NYC) Maybe I need to start doing yoga…

Loud Fitness Classes Take a Toll on Instructors’ Voices. (New York Times)

If your warmup is just cardio for strength training, you’re doing it wrong. (Well & Good NYC)

How ‘Muscle Confusion’ Might Help Your Workouts. (New York Times)

In Disney Races, Cartoonish Gear Is the Front-Runner. (New York Times)

The daily, weekly, and monthly diet changes you can make to increase your longevity. (Well & Good NYC)

Body Temperature 2.0: Do We Need to Rethink What’s Normal?. (New York Times)


Tokyo Officials Backtrack on Olympic Cancellation Fears. (Skift)

This man’s Mexico trip to keep his American Airlines status is the most dramatic travel story to kick off 2020. (MSN)

The TSA is a Waste of Money That Doesn’t Save Lives and Might Actually Cost Them. (Pocket)

Delta Air Lines to tap into parallel reality technology at Detroit Airport. (Future Travel Experience)

Here’s How a New Fuel Requirement for Cruise Lines Could Raise Airline Ticket Prices. (Skift)

How Bad Was 2019 For The Airline Industry? It Was Bad!. (Travel Codex)

On the flip side, looking just at safety: 2019 Was the Third Safest Year Ever in the Airline Industry. (Bloomberg)

What Luxury Travel Looks Like in 2020. (Skift)

Coupa Is Gunning for SAP Concur’s Share of the Travel Expense Business. (Skift)


How to Find an Apartment When You’re Moving Across the Country. (New York Times)

How to Write and Deliver a Eulogy. (Lifehacker)

This ‘Passion Triangle’ quiz shows what’s missing in your long-term relationship. (Well & Good NYC)

How long should a relationship break be in order to serve its purpose?. (Well & Good NYC)

What if Children Ran the School Lunchroom?. (New York Times)

Create a ‘Living Playlist’ for Your Kids. (Lifehacker)

Potlucks: They’re Great. (Frugalwoods)

14 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Energy Bills Year Round. (The Simple Dollar)

Don’t Save Your Gift Cards for Special Occasions. (Lifehacker)

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