Links I Love: September 13, 2015

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


do not cheat the one-page resume rule by using a tiny font and tiny margins. (Ask a Manager)

How Do You Decide Whether or Not to Hire Someone – Gut or Data?. (Hotel News Now)

11 Things Smart People Won’t Say At Work. (Forbes)

How to Grow—and Learn—from Conflict. (Levo League)


7 Ways to Break Bad Public Speaking Habits. (Inc)

The Best Jobs Now Require You To Be A People Person. (Five Thirty Eight)

This is what 365 days without a vacation does to your health. (Quartz)



6 Small Shifts to the Way You Talk That Will Make You (and Everyone Else) Happier at Work. (Greatist)

How 30 Minutes of Planning Can Save You Hours a Day. (Time Management Ninja)

The Perils of Email Auto-Fill. (New York Times)

Take a Breath and Put Your Energy Toward Something Productive. (Your Trainer Paige)

How to Get Motivated. (Brittany Lesser)

‘Bedtime Procrastination’ Is a Thing. (Science of Us)

Sports Videos: Never Give Up. (Deep Existence)


The 15 Most Underrated Exercises, According to Trainers. (Daily Burn)

17 Scientifically Proven Ways to Speed Recovery. (Greatist)

7 reasons to ditch the pavement and try trail running. (Well & Good NYC)

Eating on the Move May Lead to Later Overindulging. (New York Times)

St. Joseph girl, 12, dominates at state arm wrestling match. (Minnesota Public Radio News)

What Picky Eating Might Mean for Children Later. (Wall Street Journal)

The Right Dose of Exercise for the Aging Brain. (New York Times)

Green is the new black: the unstoppable rise of the healthy-eating guru. (Guardian)

Not just a fad: the dangerous reality of ‘clean eating’. (Spectator)

To Lose Weight, Eating Less Is Far More Important Than Exercising More. (New York Times)


Airplane yoga: 18 exercises for healthy flying. (CNN)

Four Seasons Hotels Taps Big Data to Upsell Food and Beverage. (Skift)

Expedia Investing Millions to Better Sell Airline Tickets. (Skift)

In-Flight Wi-Fi Prices Jump as Demand Surges. (MSN)

Fit 30 Outfits in Your Carry-On: The Tools & Techniques You Need to Fit It All. (Stylebook App)

How to Have the Worst Family Vacation. (Smarter Travel)

United Airlines Chief Resigns Over Corruption Investigation. (New York Times)

Survey: Millennials Are More Interested in Solo Travel This Year. (Skift)

Report: Airlines Installing Uncomfortable Bumps In Seatbacks Because It Pleases Them. (The Onion)

The 2015 Friendliest and Unfriendliest Cities in the U.S.. (Conde Nast)

Sunflowers, ice and Harry Potter’s face: The best mazes in the world. (Daily Mail)

Understanding Europe’s Passport-Free Travel Zone. (Skift)


Two Spaces After a Period: Why You Should Never, Ever Do It. (Slate)

The Mary Diaries: Five bartender-inspired ways to build a better Bloody Mary. (PureWow)

How to Build a Strong Frugal Mindset. (The Simple Dollar)

What We Say (Five Questions That Are Hard To Answer). (Kate Baer)

Why You Need to Stop Saying ‘Car Accident’—Now. (City Lab)

How Google Could Rig the 2016 Election. (Politico)

Finally, for a laugh: Everything I Am Afraid Might Happen If I Ask New Acquaintances to Get Coffee. (New Yorker)

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  1. Thanks so much for the link love!!!
    Brittany Lesser recently posted…How to Become a Morning PersonMy Profile

  2. Seriously, the prices of in-flight wifi are out of control!! But, then I realize that i’m in a metal tube, flying 500mph, 5 miles in the air, reading a website authored by a runner in S Korea. Amazing…. still, so freaking expensive…. and yet I pay it anyway!!

    Also, the friendliest cities / meanest cities list totally made sense. Lots of southern friendly cities (as well as super rural northern ones in MT and VT),
    Boring Adam recently posted…Briefly Boring: Scars and BeerMy Profile

    • In general, I am surprised when people complain about airline prices. They are really quite reasonable when you think about how amazing it is to travel thousands of miles in a few hours.

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