Links I Love: July 2, 2017

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

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10 Strategies for Standing Out During the Hiring Process. (The Simple Dollar)

Spread your message to Millennials via the avocado travel marketing method. (Tnooz)

How to Build Your Skillset Without Your Boss’s Help. (Career Contessa)

This is why class valedictorians don’t become millionaires. (CNBC)

Unlock honest feedback with this one word. (Basecamp)

Male Mentors Shouldn’t Hesitate to Challenge Their Female Mentees. (Harvard Business Journal)

Mentoring Matters: How More Women Can Get The Right People In Their Corner. (Forbes)

All The Ways Women Are Still Pressured To Put Family Before Career. (Huffington Post)

Dana Bash: It’s Not Sexist to Talk About the Biological Clock. (Cosmopolitan)

The Work You Do, the Person You Are. (New Yorker)


How to Fix Your Broken Perception of Time. (Zapier)

The Secret to Small Talk. (Science of Us)

How to Make Difficult Decisions. (Zapier)


One Personality Trait is Linked to Poor Sleep Around the World. (Van Winkle’s)

Research Says: Go Camping for Better Sleep. (My Fitness Pal)

Why Aren’t Pets Part of the Co-Sleeping Conversation?. (Van Winkle’s)

Smart Kids Live Longer. (New York Times)

These Color-Changing Tattoos Monitor Your Health, No Wearable Needed. (Fast Company)

Healthier Snack Swaps at the Movies [Infographic]. (My Fitness Pal)

Is stevia actually a healthier alternative to sugar? (Well & Good NYC)

This under-the-radar mineral is about to become known as sugar’s biggest enemy. (Well & Good NYC)

5 Chefs’ Tricks to Make Vegetables Irresistible. (My Fitness Pal)

Boost Your Workouts With Caffeine, Even if You Chug Coffee Daily. (New York Times)

Everything You Want to Know About Sweat and Sweating. (My Fitness Pal)

4 Benefits of Going Uphill. (My Fitness Pal)

The Gym Machine You’re Using Wrong (and How to Get It Right). (Greatist)

This is the hardest equipment-free workout move you can do, according to Anna Victoria. (Well & Good NYC)

The Best Songs for HIIT. (Furthermore from Equinox)


Travel Addiction Is Real. (Conde Nast)

Don’t Expect Hotel Companies to Stop Launching New Soft Brands Anytime Soon. (Skift)

Airlines Redesigning Uniforms Find Out How Complicated It Is. (New York Times)

JetBlue eyes transatlantic premium market. (Air Transport World)

United’s Basic Economy Has Expanded With a Small Twist. (Cranky Flier)

The involuntary bumping of flyers is likely to be outlawed. (Economist)

Chinese woman delays flight after throwing coins into plane engine for luck. (Secret Flying)

Carrollton nurse helps deliver ‘Spirit Baby’ born during flight to DFW. (Dallas Morning News)

Breaking news: new enhanced screening to be rolled out at airports in 105 countries. (Department of Homeland Security)

US to Seek More Security on International Flights. (US News)

Airline Laptop Ban Will Be Relaxed if Additional Security Measures Are Achieved. (Skift)

Designing an Airline Seat From Scratch Is Not as Easy as it Looks. (Skift)

Schiphol Airport Tests Express Lanes for Passengers With Small Bags. (Skift)

Cutting edge wayfinding technology set to be introduced at Houston’s airports. (Airport World)

FTE Ancillary and FTE Europe Innovation Awards. (Future Travel Experience)

Google Picks Avis to Run Its Self-Driving Car Fleet Pilot Program. (Skift)

Related: Apple Partners With Hertz for Self-Driving Car Trials. (Skift)


Inside the Cut-Throat World of Toddler Bike Racing. (Outside Magazine)

What I Wish I’d Known Before Moving in Together. (New York Times)

Just Give It 7 Seconds. (Jezebel)

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