Links I Love: June 17, 2018

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

How To Pick Your Battles At The Office. (Girlboss)

Working Parents in 2018: 78% Say You Can Have It All. (Hotel News Now)

Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?. (Harvard Business Journal)

How Women Can Succeed by Rethinking Old Habits. (Strategy& Business)

From Pink Milk to Smart Questions, How to Be a Rebel Leader. (Behavioral Scientist)

Great Expectations. (Friday Forward)

How to Run a Conference Panel That Isn’t Horrible. (LinkedIn)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Could “emotional labor” at work be the reason you’re so exhausted?. (Well & Good NYC)

There’s a Dark Side to Emotional Intelligence. Here’s How to Protect Yourself. (Time Magazine)

A New York Times Opinion Writer Shares What She’s Learned About Time Management. (Girlboss)

5 Fascinating Books On How To Break Bad Habits. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

To Get Good at Something, Practice Less, But More Frequently. (Lifehacker)

Why We Suck at Using Our Spare Time Well. (Medium)

Here’s Your Cheat Sheet to Happiness. (New York Magazine)

HEALTH/FITNESS

The Athlete’s Guide to Painkillers. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Reducing Injury Risk in Youth Sports. (New York Times)

On the other side of the spectrum: In ‘Play On,’ Exploring How Elite Athletes Improve With Age. (New York Times)

Drowning at Midlife? Start Swimming. (New York Times)

Lifting Hack: Irradiation. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Ascension of Cauliflower. (New York Times)

Finally, the scientific reason behind your to-the-core love of avocado toast. (Well & Good NYC)

3 Foods That Cause Cravings. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Beginner’s Guide to Better Gut Health. (Greatist)

The Best (and Worst) Foods for Your Gut. (Greatist)

How I Stay On Track (and Still Have Fun) During Summer. (Carrots N Cake)

We know the very best time to have sex…. (Well & Good NYC)

Wear Stronger Sunscreen. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Skin Care’s Most Outspoken Founder Says Sheet Masks Are a Waste of Time. (New York Magazine)

Follow These Steps to Take Genuinely Good Care of Your Skin. (Greatist)

Boil Your Menstrual Cups. (Furthermore from Equinox)

TRAVEL

Gatwick Airport Is Spending Big To Try To Close the Gap With Heathrow. (Skift)

Hawaiian Airlines CEO on Staying Small While Withstanding Competition. (Skift)

United’s New Loyalty Boss Confirms Focus on Demand, Not Miles, Is Here to Stay. (Skift)

What is working in airline digital merchandising?. (Tnooz)

United Plans New App But Is Weighing ‘Creepy’ Versus ‘Personalized’. (Skift)

Tomato Juice Is Back on United Airlines Flights, But It’s Still Not Popular. (Skift)

If You Say You Don’t Like to Fly Spirit, You’re Running Out of Excuses. (Cranky Flier)

Flying Cars Are Coming But Jetpacks May Remain a Dream. (Bloomberg)

Intel-Backed Startup Wants to Become the Uber of the Skies. (Bloomberg)

Uber applies for patent that would detect drunk passengers. (Tech Crunch)

A Startup Is Offering Extra Insurance for Uber and Lyft Rides. (Skift)

Enterprise Takes a Small Step Toward Driverless Rental Cars. (Skift)

How the Ritz-Carlton at Sea Will Avoid the Bus-Route Nature of Cruising. (Skift)

It’s Not Just Airbnb — HomeAway Starts Adding Hotels Too. (Skift)

Timing is Everything: New Research Highlights When to Offer Trip Extras. (Hotel News Now)

Hyatt’s New Free Breakfast Option Requires Loyalty. (Skift)

Hilton Is Wary of the Risks of Hyper-Personalization. (Skift)

Viceroy Hotels Is Using Smartwatches to Be More Hospitable. (Skift)

MISCELLANY

Internet flips out after IHOP turns the letter ‘p’ to a ‘b’ for burgers. (ABC News)

Avoid these refrigerator food-storage mistakes to lengthen the life of your groceries. (Well & Good NYC)

Will a Southern Drawl Close Doors for My Son?. (New York Times)

My 12-year-old son just told me he’s gay. How can I help him?. (Penelope Trunk)

To Get Through to Your Teens, Text Them. (Lifehacker)

I’m 34 and My Parents Still Give Me a Clothing Allowance. (New York Magazine)

Inside The Ecosystem That Fuels Amazon’s Fake Review Problem. (BuzzFeed)

Rent Your Dreams Before You Buy Them. (Yes and Yes)

The Essential Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of Apple AirPods. (Lifehacker)

Are My Friends Really My Friends?. (New York Times)


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Comments

  1. I’m still confused if IHOP really did change to IHOB. Seems really silly if they did. I hope all is well with you. If you have time read my latest article – I’d love your thoughts on it.

    http://www.amysaysso.com/2018/06/20/my-first-parkrun/

    • They did, but just temporarily to cause a buzz around their new burgers :)

      Thanks for the Parkrun info! I can’t wait to check it out.

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