February 28, 2021

Links I Love: February 28, 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


COVID-19 Speeds Up Change Process In Digital Workplace. (CMS Wire)

Pandemic readiness: the new reality for employers. (LinkedIn)

Consumer Demand Snaps Back. Factories Can’t Keep Up.. (Wall Street Journal)

5 Customer Engagement Strategies Brands Should Use in 2021. (Under 30 CEO)

4 Ways to Invest in Yourself As an Entrepreneur. (Under 30 CEO)

Don’t Use LinkedIn to ‘Build Your Brand’. (Lifehacker)


Three Questions for Effective Feedback. (Harvard Business Journal)

What Time You Should Drink Your Morning Coffee Every Day, According to Your Sleep Chronotype. (Well & Good NYC)

Can’t Stop Dwelling on Proverbial Spilled Milk? 3 Psychologists Offer Their Top Tip for Moving On. (Well & Good NYC)

Why We Can’t Get Enough of Watching Other People Organize Their Lives. (Vice)

Are Intimate Friendships and Romantic Relationships Different at All?. (Well & Good NYC)

Who Can You Create a Perfect Moment With?. (Friday Forward)

On Diet (Part 1). (Paul Skallas)


How the Coronavirus Turns the Body Against Itself. (New York Times)

Yes, You Still Need to Wear a Mask. (New York Times)

The ‘Pillow Stretch’ Gives Your Tight Lower Back the Relief It Deserves. (Well & Good NYC)

Final Miles and Fake Finishes. (Sweat Once a Day)

Can social media ever be truly “body positive”?. (Vox)


Covid-19 Vaccine ‘Passports’ Raise Ethics Concerns, Logistical Hurdles. (Wall Street Journal)

Travel Megatrend: Subscription Becomes a Staple of Travel Renewal. (Skift)

Travel Megatrend: Travel Sectors Get Scrambled and Definitions Blur. (Skift)

Wyndham’s Latest Deal Signals Importance of Boutique Hotel Brands During Pandemic Recovery. (Skift)


139-year-old house rolls to new San Francisco address. (AP News)

The Best Affordable, Renter-Friendly Home Upgrades I’ve Ever Made. (Lifehacker)

Helping a Teen Who Is Angry About House Rules on Covid. (New York Times)

The Psychological Case for Adopting a Grounding Practice Before Meals—Even If You’re Not Someone Who Says Grace. (Well & Good NYC)

True Stories of Hooking Up During Covid-19. (New York Times)

How to Spot a Foolproof Recipe. (Lifehacker)

In Praise of Cold-Calling Your Friends. (Medium)

The Joy and Agony of Being Deuxmoi, Instagram’s Accidental Gossip Queen. (Vanity Fair)

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