Links I Love: October 2, 2016

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


Fear of a College-Educated Barista. (The Atlantic)

How to Apply the Marie Kondo Phenomenon to Your Career. (Creater and Cultivater)

Here’s new ammunition from McKinsey for women fighting for equality in the workplace. (Quartz)

How to Talk Politics at Work Without Alienating People. (Harvard Business Journal)

9 Work Habits That Could Be Killing Your Chances For A Promotion. (Glass Door)


2 Email Tips That Make my Business Happier + More Successful. (Yes and Yes)

How to Email. (The Atlantic)

10 Hard Truths You Must Know to Beat Procrastination. (Time Management Ninja)

Why You’re Not Getting More Done, and How to Fix It. (Zapier)

4 ways to make your to-do list a whole lot sexier. (A Life of Productivity)

Six Simple Workload Tips Managing Maximum Performance Without Making Work Your Life. (Laura Stack)

These Work-Life Balance Strategies Help Even In The Most Demanding Jobs. (Fast Company)

This Is How To Be More Assertive: 3 Powerful Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

What your walk says about your personality: Scientist explains how swagger can reveal hidden traits. (The Daily Mail)

Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect. (New Yorker)

8 Ways to Put Anyone at Ease. (Fast Company)

When Teenagers Bristle at ‘How Was School?’. (New York Times)


Reflecting On A Mammoth Weekend With The Kastors. (Minneapolis Running)

5-Minute Expert Guide to Training for a 5K. (Well & Good NYC)

Spin Class Full? Feel the Burn From Your Living Room. (New York Times)

This is the hardest workout move you’ve never tried. (Well & Good NYC)

What’s the Value of Exercise? $2,500. (New York Times)

A Surprising Effect of Sugar on the Immune System. (The Atlantic)

11 Low-Calorie Alcoholic Drinks Registered Dietitians Love. (My Fitness Pal)

Does Sparkling Water Have a Downside? (New York Times)

How to Clean a Camelbak for Fresh Hydration on the Go. (Cool of the Wild)

Why Fidgeting Is Good Medicine. (New York Times)

When Should Children Take Part in Medical Decisions?. (New York Times)


UCI study finds jet lag-like sleep disruptions spur Alzheimer’s memory, learning loss. (University of California Irvine)

Smile, please – personalised travel itineraries based on facial expressions. (Tnooz)

The airline buzzword passengers should know before buying a ticket. (Dallas Morning News)

17 Travel Hacking Tips for People Who Value Their Time and Sanity. (Chris Guillebeau)

United May Delay Plans to Introduce a Basic Economy Fare. (Skift)

Gogo aims for 100 Mbps connectivity with next-generation ground network. (Future Travel Experience)

Hub-and-spoke method leads to earlier on-time recovery. (Travel Weekly)

What Learning to Backpack Taught me About Colorado. (Thrillist)


The Art of Condolence. (New York Times)

9 Ways to Save Serious $ at the Grocery Store. (Greatist)

How to Host a Crappy Dinner (And See Your Friends More Often). My house is generally pretty picked up, but most of my dinner parties are pretty low key like this! (Mothering)

The Adult Guide to Buying Wine Glasses. (The Coveteur)

Inside the Secret World of Russia’s Cold War Mapmakers. (Wired)

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