June 7, 2020

Links I Love: June 7, 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


Zoom weddings are on the rise and may change the marriage industry forever. (Well & Good NYC)

Wegmans Pampered Its Shoppers. Now It Has to Protect Them.. (Wall Street Journal)

Why An ER Visit Can Cost So Much — Even For Those With Health Insurance. (NPR)

With Red Tape Lifted, Dr. Zoom Will See You Now. (New York Times)

9 ways Covid-19 may forever upend the U.S. healthcare industry. (Stat)

‘I had to choose being a mother’: With no child care or summer camps, women are being edged out of the workforce. (The Lily)

The inescapable pressure of being a woman on Zoom. (Vox)

Women: Let’s Stop Allowing Race and Age to Divide Us. (Harvard Business Journal)

How Managers Can Promote Healthy Discussions About Race. (Harvard Business Journal)


How to Get Others to Adopt Your Recommendation. (MIT Sloane)

Want to Be More Productive? Try Doing Less.. (Harvard Business Journal)

On Doing Less to Produce More: A Novelist Embraces a Minimalist Lockdown. (Cal Newport)

Finding joy in your life right now isn’t indulgence, it’s survival—here’s how to do it. (Well & Good NYC)

How to keep too much time together in quarantine from breaking your relationship. (Well & Good NYC)

In Defense of a Good Cry, and Other Options for ‘Losing It’. (New York Times)


Improve your sleep. (Richard Wiseman)

How to Have Friends Over. (New York Times)

Everything you need to know about exercising outdoors during COVID-19. (Well & Good NYC)

Tight Calves While Running | Calf Stretches and Strengthening to Avoid Strains. (Run to the Finish)

How to foam roll the muscles that get tight from sitting all day long. (Well & Good NYC)

How yogurt took over the dairy aisle. (Vox)

OK, TMI: Why does drinking alcohol always give me diarrhea?. (Well & Good NYC)


A European Travel Ban to the U.S. Came At Least 5 Weeks Too Late: Here’s a Timeline of the Fallout. (Skift)

Travel Sector Remains Thorn in a Falling U.S. Unemployment Rate Defying Expectations. (Skift)

How to restore confidence in travel during an uncertain time. (PwC)

American and United Diverge on Summer Recovery Expectations. (Skift)

Hilton’s Recovery Won’t Depend on People Flying Again: CEO. (Skift)

IHG Declares Recovery Already Here: Behind Some Optimistic Numbers. (Skift)

Preparing for Hotel Recovery with Balanced Revenue Management Decisions. (Hotel News Now)

5 Reasons Why On-Site Communication Will Be Key in a Post-Coronavirus World. (Hotel News Now)

Prague Tempts Visitors With Cheaper Czech Beer and Other Perks. (Skift)


Counteracting the “Sameness” of Frugal Living. (The Simple Dollar)

You Thought Your Cat Was Fancy?. (New York Times)

Expiration Dates and What They Really Mean. (The Simple Dollar)

How to properly remove dust from your home—because we’re definitely all making the same mistake. (Well & Good NYC)

Beating Anxiety and Stress without Spending Money. (The Simple Dollar)

Google Meet vs. Hangouts: What’s the difference?. (Zapier)

Now’s the Time to Record Grandma’s Family Stories. (Lifehacker)

68 Bits of Unsolicited Advice. (Kevin Kelly)

7 ways to be an effective ally for the Black community, because empty virtue signaling is not it. (Well & Good NYC)

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