Links I Love: July 23, 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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Single women downplay career goals and salary expectations. (Chicago Booth Review)

Related: What Everyone Gets Wrong About Women Who Don’t Have Kids. (Refinery29)

Siri and Cortana Sound Like Ladies Because of Sexism. (Wired)

Three psychological strategies women can use to combat manterruptions at work. (Quartz)

Sallie Krawcheck: Women Make These 3 Mistakes In Salary Negotiations. (Fortune Magazine)

How to Evaluate, Accept, Reject, or Negotiate a Job Offer. (Harvard Business Journal)

When Helicopter Parents Hover Even at Work. (New York Times)

Learning This Simple Skill Will Make You an Exceptional Leader, According to Science. (Medium)

How to Handle Underperformers on a Team You Inherit. (Harvard Business Journal)

Nine Skills Worth Learning for Any Career – and How to Learn Them. (The Simple Dollar)

You Just Had a Difficult Conversation at Work. Here’s What to Do Next. (Harvard Business Journal)


“Sunday Scaries” Are Real. (Furthermore from Equinox)

We pay for our choices with the lives we lead. (Yes and Yes)

Patience and speed. (LinkedIn)

This Is How To Have An Amazing Relationship: 7 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Related: Being Your True Self in a Relationship Matters Less Than Being Your Best Self. (New York Magazine)

How to Avoid Awkward Silence. (Time)

Why You Can’t Cram Your Way to Success. (Time Management Ninja)

What to Do if People Think You’re a Know-it-All. (Daily Muse)

Procrastinate with a Purpose: Science-Backed Ways to Recharge Your Creativity. (Zapier)

The surprising way cannabis affects your productivity. (Well & Good NYC)


What it really means to see green. (CNN)

These 7 Foods Are Scientifically Proven to Put You in a Bad Mood. (PureWow)

Sugar’s Many Names. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Pick the Right Breakfast Carbs. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Fish as Medicine for Rheumatoid Arthritis. (New York Times)

5 Lunch Mistakes Athletes Make. (Furthermore from Equinox)

How Hiking Changes Your Brain & Your Body. (My Wild Earth)

4 Ways Podcasts Can Improve Your Daily Walk. (My Fitness Pal)

Washing Your Hands In Cold Water Works. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Are There Long-Term Risks to Egg Donors?. (New York Times)

With Cancer Screening, Better Safe Than Sorry?. (New York Times)


Hilton matches Marriott’s 48-hour cancellation policy in US and Canada. (Tnooz)

Related: Marriott and Hilton’s New Cancellation Policies Won’t Impact Corporate Travel as Much as You Think. (Skift)

The IRS May Crack Down on Airbnb and Uber Income and Unpaid Taxes. (Skift)

Hyperloop “approval” in the NE Corridor?? (Wandering Aramean)

DIA’s terminal renovation contract drops: 15,000 pages detail a 34-year deal with a $1.8 billion cost. (Denver Post)

Much needed funding on the way for US airports. (Airport World)

Airline Passengers Aren’t Always Guaranteed a Cool Cabin on the Ground. (Skift)

Petition seeks airline passengers’ right to record video. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Here’s a Two-Part and No-Fuss Plan to Fix Air-Travel Hell. (Skift)

Interview: Viva Aerobus CEO on Why Half-Standing Seats Still Intrigue Him. (Skift)

How Delta is Using Personalization to Enhance the Business Travel Experience. (Skift)

Air France-KLM Thinks the World Needs an Airline for Millennials. (Skift)

Blockbuster expansion: Frontier to add 21 cities, 85 routes. (USA Today)

Related: United celebrates Frontier’s growth in Denver. (Wandering Aramean)

Also related: At Least Three Trends and a Lot of Noise in Frontier’s Massive New Route Announcement. (Cranky Flier)

Norwegian Announces New Low-Fare Nonstop Flights from Denver to Paris. (Hotel News Now)

United Airlines Is Disappointing Investors With Its Mediocre Outlook. (Skift)

Delta Holds an Edge Over Competitors by Dominating Less-Competitive Markets. (Skift)

U.S. Airline Passengers Increasingly Buy One-Way Tickets Rather than Roundtrips. (Skift)

Travel Habits of Americans: U.S. Travelers Shun Airline Loyalty Programs. (Skift)

The dark side of cruises. (Market Watch)

Imagine the seamless travel experience. (Tnooz)

Preparing for a future with seamless travel and personalisation. (Tnooz)

Data and design can keep mobile travellers engaged. (Tnooz)

Move over bots, email is still the boss. (Tnooz)

Tips From a Road Warrior: Never Eat on Planes and Always Carry Pepto-Bismol. (Skift)

On This Tropical Island, You can Cuddle With Puppies All Day on the Beach for Free. (Thrillist)

U.S. Destinations Preparing For Overtourism Burst During Total Solar Eclipse. (Skift)

This Is How To Have A Great Vacation: 6 Secrets Backed by Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Australian man checks in a single can of beer on Qantas flight. Ha, this is hilarious! (Secret Flying)

For 75 Years, a Mechanic Has Helped Keep Planes Aloft. (New York Times)


Your Favorite Influencers Aren’t Writing Their Own Content—These Women Are. (Elle Magazine)

Zipping Your Own Dress Shouldn’t Be a Problem. (Racked)

Robocalls Flooding Your Cellphone? Here’s How to Stop Them. (New York Times)

How to Identify (and Take Advantage of) ‘Loss Leaders’ in Grocery and Department Store Flyers. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Raise a Reader. (New York Times)

No, Your Teen Doesn’t Hate You. It’s Just Summer.. (New York Times)

New York I Love You But You Murdered My Liver. (Medium)

Haven for Recovering Addicts Now Profits From Their Relapses. (New York Times)

How to Keep a Long-Distance Friendship Alive. One of my best friends in Colorado is moving next week, and I’m heartbroken :( (New York Magazine)

Moving Necklace. I sent this pic to her ;) (Adulting)

How to Drink Alone at a Bar Without Looking Pathetic. (Supercall)

The Real Reason Everyone’s So Obsessed With Rosé. (Thrillist)

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