January 10, 2021

Links I Love: January 10, 2021

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


7 Ways to Overcome Your Employees’ Back-to-the-Office Jitters. (Under 30 CEO)

The Year of Working Remotely: What Companies Have Learned, and What’s Next?. (Skift)

U.S. needs more warehouses to handle record returns this holiday and in coming years, CBRE says. (CNBC)

Covid-19: How Retailers Pivoted for 2020’s Demands. (Morning Brew)

The exhilarating world of post-pandemic shopping. (Fast Company)

What Epic Games Buying a Dying North Carolina Mall Tells Us About the Future of Retail. (Morning Brew)

These brands will pay you to wear their clothes. (Fast Company)

The Top Omnichannel Adjustments Retailers Made in 2020. (Morning Brew)

Pinterest predicts 150+ emerging trends for the year ahead.. (Pinterest)

2021: Brave New Food World. (Snaxshot)

Shake Shack Debuts New Chicken Sandwich as Competition Increases. (Morning Brew)

The 9 Best Jobs For Natural Communicators. (Under 30 CEO)


Why Curious People Are Destined for the C-Suite. (Harvard Business Journal)

New Year’s Resolutions That Will Actually Lead to Happiness. (The Atlantic)

All you need are three breaths. (A Life of Productivity)

Tracking Stress Is the New Tracking Steps. (Well & Good NYC)


More Than 17.5 Million Shots Given: Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker. (Bloomberg)

What to Do If You’re Exposed to COVID-19. (Lifehacker)

A Rare Pandemic Silver Lining: Mental Health Start-Ups. (New York Times)

You’ll Text With Your Therapist As Much As Your Friends. (Well & Good NYC)

There’s a Bright Future for Light-Based Wellness. (Well & Good NYC)

7 Ways to Improve Circulation Naturally. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Safely Exercise in the Dark. (Lifehacker)

How to Train Your Dog to Run With You. (Lifehacker)

To Lose Weight With Exercise, Aim for 300 Minutes a Week. (New York Times)

The Best Backcountry Touring Snacks of All Time. (Bluebird Backcountry)


Airline Offers are About to Get Smarter and More Personalized. (Skift)

Chasing pandemic revenue, low-cost airlines expand in major cities. (Travel Weekly)

Airlines and Hospitality: The Values of Loyalty in a Crisis. (Hotel News Now)

Alaska Airlines Places 14 People on No-Fly List After Disruptions on Return Flight From D.C.. (Skift)

Companies Will Start to Give Workers Even More Say in How to Book Their Travel. (Skift)


How Billionaires See Themselves. (Current Affairs)

Here’s What Essential Workers Want People Who Work From Home to Understand. (Medium)

The year social media became an absolute nightmare. (Vox)

When a Family Is Fractured. (New York Times)

Kids Are Watching Pornography. Here’s How to Talk About It.. (New York Times)

How Can You Teach Your Kids to Receive Gifts Graciously?. (Lifehacker)

Why Is it So Hard to Design a Good Can Opener?. (Curbed)

Weekend Project: How to Make Magnolia Bakery’s Banana Pudding at Home. (Thrillist)

We’ve All Been Making Wraps Incorrectly for Our Entire Lives — This Tortilla Hack from TikTok Proves It. (The Kitchn) I tried this today and my resulting quesadilla was delicious!

The Very Real, Totally Bizarre Bucatini Shortage of 2020. (Grubstreet)

Finally, for a super cute video: Tiger Cub Rejected by its Mother Finds a Best Friend in a Puppy. (Kingdoms TV)

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