Links I Love: December 17, 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

CAREER

Don’t forget to ask this one interview question. (Patty Azzarello)

Four ways to show you care about your team’s careers. (David Jaxon)

Training Programs and Reporting Systems Won’t End Sexual Harassment. Promoting More Women Will. (Harvard Business Journal)

America’s Lost Einsteins. (The Atlantic)

Everything you wanted to know about bitcoin but were afraid to ask. (Guardian)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Feeling the End-of-Year Burnout? Here’s How You Can Stay Fresh. (Heleo)

If You Can Do It Every Day, You’ll Be Enormously Successful. (Medium)

True Story: The Power of Visualization. (Wishbeads)

How to Have Honest Conversations. (Experience Life)

Learn to manage your attention, and managing time will take care of itself. (Unmistakable Creative)

Self-Awareness Isn’t Just Knowing Your Myers-Briggs or Star Sign. Here’s What It Really Is. (Heleo)

Breaking Bad. (Friday Forward) I mentioned how much I love Tiffany Dufu’s Drop the Ball, and this is in the same vein.

These Three Moves Will Help You Stop Feeling Lonely. (Psychology Today)

Can How You Walk Give Clues to Your Personality?. (My Fitness Pal)

The scientific reason smiling might make your workout more powerful. (Well & Good NYC)

HEALTH/FITNESS

Can Smiling While Exercising Improve Performance?. (New York Times)

How Exercise Might Increase Your Self-Control. (New York Times)

Can Micro Workouts Offer Macro Results?. (My Fitness Pal)

Hex Bars Can Prevent Injuries. (Furthermore from Equinox)

To Maintain Muscle and Lose Fat as You Age, Add Weights. (New York Times)

Even Light Activity May Increase Your Chances of Living Longer. (New York Times)

There’s even more evidence that one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have. (Business Insider)

When (and Why) to Train Below Aerobic Threshold. (Trail Runner Magazine)

Adult Siblings Can Make Our Lives Healthier And Happier. (NPR)

Babies Who Get More Cuddles Have Their Genetics Changed For Years, Study Shows. (Science Alert)

What I Wish I’d Known Before Giving Birth. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Taking Care of the Physician. (New York Times)

Nuts May Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease. (New York Times)

Eat Mushrooms For Breakfast. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Ask the Dietitian: Is Sugar Really Addictive?. (My Fitness Pal)

3 Tips for Getting Through the Holidays on a Diet. (Greatist)

The Unforgiving Math That Stops Epidemics. (Quanta Magazine)

7 Preventive Care Tips to Keep Germs at Bay. (My Fitness Pal)

8 common things you should never do when you’re trying to get a good sleep, according to an expert — and what to do instead. (Business Insider)

TRAVEL

The busiest skies on the planet. (Telegraph)

Airline ancillaries bag further growth, hit $82.2 billion. (Tnooz)

Should More Airlines Spin Off Their Loyalty Programs?. (Skift)

This Airline Is Giving Priority Boarding to Anyone in an Ugly Holiday Sweater. (Thrillist)

Germans get little in reward for booking their flights early. (Economist)

Inflight connectivity to hit the skies for two-thirds of airlines by 202. (Tnooz)

JetBlue bringing back $20 board game that comes with round-trip flight. (Fox News)

KLM’s AI service bot added to Google Home and Google Assistant. (Future Travel Experience)

Singapore Airlines launches beta chatbot to answer passenger queries. (Future Travel Experience)

The Airport Lounge Business — An Insider’s View of How It All Works. (Skift)

Infographic: Polish data science startup shares travel fraud findings. (Tnooz)

What Travel Agents Need to Do to Capture and Keep Millennial Attention. (Skift)

The Future of Luxury for Overstimulated Millennials Looks Serene. (Skift)

How a Hotel Stay Can Make You Feel Better. (Skift)

Are Hotels and Online Travel Agencies Colluding on Keyword Bidding?. (Skift)

Four Ways Hotel Owners Can Best Leverage Revenue Management. (Skift)

Seven things not to do at hotel checkout. (USA Today)

Hotels Give Panic Buttons to Their Housekeepers. (Skift)

Finding Solutions for the Overtourism Dilemma: 5 Skift Call Takeaways. (Skift)

Related: Domestic Tourists Often Underestimated in Overtourism Equation. (Skift)

Hyperloop and Denver: Arrivo to build high-speed tube transport. (USA Today)

MISCELLANY
The War Over Leftovers – and How You Can Win. (The Simple Dollar)

Here’s What My Parents’ 1974 Wedding Would Cost In 2017 Dollars. (BuzzFeed)

Why are America’s farmers killing themselves in record numbers?. (Guardian)

How to protect yourself during a mass shooting. (Washington Post)

3 Ways to Get Through the Holidays When You’ve Lost Someone Who Meant the World to You. (Greatist)

Similar: Holiday blues: Four mistakes we make when comforting friends who are struggling. (USA Today)

My friend won’t stop giving me unsolicited advice.. (Captain Awkward)

How to Help Your Child Not Be a #MeToo. (New York Times)

What Is a ‘Super Single’? Am I One? How Do I Know?. (New York Magazine)

Who Says You Can’t Train A Cat? A Book Of Tips For Feline-Human Harmony. (NPR)

19 Things About Life You Should Know Before You Turn 29. (Medium)

Why Does Spending Cheer You Up? How To Break That Connection.. (The Simple Dollar)

Looking Down the Ladder: A Different Perspective on Spending. (The Simple Dollar)

I am white. That’s all you know about me. Am I privileged based on that alone and assuming I am, should I feel guilt and what should I do?. (Quora)


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