Links I Love: October 1, 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

Original image source: Mike Licht


Reese Witherspoon Has Something to Say to Women About Ambition. (Glamour Magazine)

100 Women: ‘I dye my hair brown to be taken more seriously at work’. (BBC World)

I’m A Woman, Shake My Hand, Damn It. (Deadspin)

Should You Worry about Imposter Syndrome?. (LinkedIn)

Similar: Imposter Syndrome: Why You Have It and What You Can Do About It. (Zapier)

PwC, the Accounting Giant, Will Open a Law Firm in the U.S.. (New York Times)

In Praise Of Micro-Purpose. (Thrive Global)

The One Simple Difference Between Professional and Amateur Creatives. (Heleo)

Forget the 9 to 5 — research suggests there’s a case for the 3-hour workday. (Business Insider)

Should you be available 24×7?. (Patty Azzarello)

Three Research-Backed Ways To Prevent Employee Burnout. (Fulfill Daily)

How to Survive Work When You Can’t Take a Vacation. (Daily Muse)


8 Things Ridiculously Successful People Do Before 8 AM. (Heleo)

10 Ways to Make Peak-State Decisions and Invest in Yourself. (Medium)

How to Avoid Focus-Stealing Traps. (Medium)

What to Say to a Grieving Friend. (Cup of Jo)

Do you need that?. (Alexandra Franzen)

6 ways to fix your to-do list when you can’t seem to get anything done. (Business Insider)

The Social Benefits of Swearing. (The Atlantic)

How Writing 1000 Words a Day Changed my Life. (Medium)

New Neuroscience Reveals 3 Secrets That Will Make You Emotionally Intelligent. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Why Happy People Cheat. (The Atlantic)

The 2-Minute Rule for Building Good Habits. (Heleo)

Ten Tricks for Checking Your Phone Less. (Lifehacker)

3 Ways to Regulate Your Emotions. (Psychology Today)

How Reading Rewires Your Brain for More Intelligence and Empathy. (Big Think)


And the most active cities in the country are…. Boulder!! So happy to see my town topping the list :) (Well & Good NYC)

Don’t overthink your exercise: just 2.5 hours per week of any kind could help you live longer. (Vox)

I Actually Work Out on My Lunch Break—Here’s How I Make It Work. (SELF Magazine)

How many days a week should you be running?. (Well & Good NYC)

Learning How to Pace Yourself while Running Outside. (Run to the Finish)

Moving When Young May Strengthen the Adult Brain. (New York Times)

Yes, You Get Wiser with Age. (Nautilus)

What Every Woman Should Know About Ovarian Cancer. (Daily Burn)

Why smiling for your flu shot could keep you healthy throughout the season. (Well & Good NYC)

4 Healthy Swaps to Help You Lose Weight. (My Fitness Pal)

Op-ed: The Best Diet is Not a Diet. (Furthermore from Equinox)

I drank 16 ounces of water every morning for a week—here’s what I learned. (Well & Good NYC)

8 Ways To Sleep Better Tonight. (The New Potato)

Sleep: how much do you really get?. (Guardian)


Spirit CEO Bob Fornaro on Price Competition and Doing What Spirit Does Best (Across the Aisle). (Cranky Flier)

Business of Loyalty: American Airlines Frequent Flyers Are in a Sour Mood. (Skift)

Lufthansa Finds Collecting Passenger Data Is Easier Than Actually Using It. (Skift)

How the A³ by Airbus Transpose team is bringing modular aircraft cabins closer to reality. (Future Travel Experience)

JetBlue Airplane Redesign Features More Perks But Less Legroom. (Skift)

Finnair sees boost to ancillary revenue via omni-channel and predictive analytics. (Tnooz)

Study: Airlines could make $30 billion from in-flight connectivity by 2035. (Future Travel Experience)

Texting while flying will soon be a thing, as Delta introduces free in-flight messaging. (Dallas Morning News)

Related: Delta to Introduce Free Texting Service on Most of Its Flights. (Skift)

United Airlines will try automated bidding to solve overbooking situations. (Chicago Business Journal)

The problem with US air traffic control isn’t technology, it’s money. (Tnooz)

How do other countries’ airport security compare to the United States’ airport security?. (Quora)

Behind the scenes: What happens at an airport overnight?. (USA Today)

Amadeus wants to train your environment to take care of you. (Tnooz)

The Stranded Traveler’s Disaster Plan. (Wall Street Journal)

Unlocking a better alternative to soft brands. (Tnooz)

What happens if you turn off the traffic lights?. (Guardian)

New App Offers Yacht-Sharing for $120 a Day. (Skift)

Elon Musk’s New Plan? Travel to Any Destination In the World in Less Than an Hour. (Skift)


Are You Ready for a Stock Market Crash?. (The Simple Dollar)

Sears’s History Predicts Almost Everything Amazon’s Doing. (The Atlantic)

How Air-Conditioning Invented the Modern World. (The Atlantic)

The Laborers Who Keep Dick Pics and Beheadings Out of Your Facebook Feed. (Wired)

The power of silence in the smartphone age. (Guardian)

How to Move in Together Without Ruining Everything. (GQ)

How Did Marriage Become a Mark of Privilege?. (New York Times)

How to Find a Partner Who Is Money-Smart. (The Simple Dollar)

Why You Should Take A Solo Trip On Your Birthday. (Refinery29)

Facts Don’t Change People’s Minds. Here’s What Does. (Heleo)

Yes, the Republican Party has become pathological. But why?. (Vox)

Finally, for a laugh: T.J. Maxx Recreates In-Store Shopping Experience With New Website. (The Onion)

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