Links I Love: October 30, 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


7 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Career. (Medium)

Why your ‘personality’ is getting in the way of a promotion. (Guardian)

The Single Biggest Mistake I’ve Seen Women Make at Work. (LinkedIn)

Work-Life Balance and Juggling Glass and Rubber Balls. (The Balance)


Easy Life-Improving Tips That Take Less Than 30 Minutes a Day. (Thrillist)

The Stages of a Breakup. (The Babble Out)

The art of making (and not making) plans. (New York Times)

How to Have More Engaging Conversations in Everyday Life. (New York Times)

Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived — But Unreal — Risk? This is outstanding – people in my neighborhood are frequently up in arms about perceived risks to children from neglectful parents, but this made me think hard about whether those things truly are dangerous.  (NPR)


Training for an Ultramarathon: What It Really Looks Like. (Rock Creek Runner)

Could this buzzy new piece of equipment be replacing the classic treadmill? I’ve used the Woodway Curve in a lot of classes, and it’s definitely a challenge! (Well & Good NYC)


An American airline wins the right to weigh passengers on its Samoan route. (Economist)

Passengers evacuated from burning American Airlines flight at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. So crazy! (Dallas Morning News)

What Happened to Eastern Airlines Flight 980?. (Outside Magazine)

Millennials Are Now the Most Frequent Business Travelers. (Skift)

How not to annoy a flight attendant. (Economist)

Huge majority of passengers willing to trade personal data for better airline experience. (Tnooz)

Why United, American and Delta Fear Ultra Low Cost Competition, Explained. (Skift)

Reimagine revenue management. (Tnooz)

Driving profits. (Airport World)

The Silent Enemy. (Airport World)

7 Underrated Hikes Near Denver. (Thrillist)


The 5 Best Things About Being in Your 30s (That No One Ever Tells You). (Greatist)

Stop Taking Pride In Not Knowing How To Do Basic Shit. (The Financial Diet)

How to Quickly Research All Your Local Elections. (Lifehacker)

Please vote. Great article from my friend Ericka! (Medium)

Don’t Use Instagram Filters; Here’s How to Edit Your Pics Like a Pro. (Thrillist)

Digital Operating Models: How Leading Companies Achieve Results in the Digital World. (PwC)

Finally, for a laugh: A Target Employee Documented His First Week and You Will Love All of It. (Thrillist)

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