Links I Love: June 24, 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


Why hiring the ‘best’ people produces the least creative results. (Aeon Magazine)

Want That $10,000 Grant to Move to Vermont? How to Convince Your Employer to Let You Work Remotely. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Navigate Gaslighting at Work. (Medium)

Study: Men Want to Do More Caregiving, but Can’t. (Slate)

Pregnancy Discrimination Is Rampant Inside America’s Biggest Companies. (New York Times)

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

Overcoming 5 Fears Around Running for Office. (She Should Run)

A Woman’s Guide To Running For Political Office. (Huffington Post) Sad but true.

The Secret (and Surprisingly Counterintuitive) Skill the Best Bosses Have. (LinkedIn)

7 Ways to Get Your Point Across: The Manager’s Guide to Effective Communication. (Zapier)

The Most Honest Out-of-Office Message. (The Atlantic)


Sometimes You Win The Race Because Everyone Else Stops Running. (Yes and Yes)

The Myth of ‘Learning Styles’. (The Atlantic)

How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind — from a Former Insider. (Medium)

The easy trick that will keep you from constantly cancelling your plans. (Well & Good NYC)

Act with Devotion & Intention, Letting Go of Attachment to Outcome. (Zen Habits)

We Really Only Ever Experience One Emotion. (A Life of Productivity)

Hidden Mechanisms Change (Or Ruin) Lives. (Deep Existence)

You’re Asking For Help In The Wrong Way. (Thrive Global)

10 Things You Don’t Know about Yourself. (Scientific American)


How to Avoid Negative Self-Talk… And Have Far Better Health. (Casual Kitchen)

How Nighttime Tablet and Phone Use Disturbs Sleep. (New York Times)

What I Learned from Six Months of Obsessive Sleep Hacking. (Better Humans)

Why eight hours a night isn’t enough, according to a leading sleep scientist. (Quartz)

This Is How Hungry Becomes Hangry. (Vice)

Similar: How to Conquer Feeling ‘Hangry’. (Lifehacker)

Social Media has the “Exact Same Negative Effect on Depression” as Eating Potatoes. (Nir and Far)

The Doctor Is Cooking. (New York Times)

Rethinking Baby Food Pouches. (New York Times)

The sneaky way some food brands trick you into eating more sugar. (Well & Good NYC)

Eat Berries for Endurance. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Get Faster All the Time by Running Fast Sometimes?. (Trail Runner Magazine)

10 Ways to Make Cutoffs, PR or Beat a Rival. (Ultra Running Magazine)

Do Runners Need Collagen Supplements?. (Women’s Running)

How Music Can Help You Bust Your Running Rut. (Women’s Running)

Are You a ‘Type D’ Athlete? Relax and Ask for Help. (New York Times)

The Myth About Walking. (Furthermore from Equinox)


The Travel Industry’s Data Dilemma: Turning Insights into Action. (Skift)

U.S. Airport Security Cracks Down On Powders in Carry-On Bags. (Bloomberg)

KLM introduces digital meal vouchers as part of app upgrade. (Future Travel Experience)

American Airlines Looks to Downsize With Executive Buyouts and Job Cuts. (Skift)

Why Context is Key in the New World of Airline Retailing. (Skift)

United Rushes Out a Semi-Basic Economy Transatlantic Offering. (Cranky Flier)

In-flight foreign language tuition videos offered by easyJet and Emirates. (Travel Weekly)

A Few Friendly Suggestions for Modern Hoteliers. (Skift)

Amazon Wades Into Travel as Hotels Turn To Alexa in Rooms. (Skift)

What Hotel CEOs Are Saying About Amazon and Google’s Growing Influence in Travel. (Skift)

Before You Travel Abroad, Check the Local Holidays. (Lifehacke

The Next Trend In Travel Is… Don’t.. (Bright the Magazine)r)

Tourists Drift From Overexposed Aspen to Carbondale for Local Flavor. (Bloomberg)


The Challenge of Sentimental Items. (The Simple Dollar)

3 questions to never ask on a first date—and 4 to lead with instead. (Well & Good NYC)

This Anti-Smartphone for Kids Works Like a Walkie-Talkie. (Lifehacker)

The Fragile Generation. (Reason)

How to Raise a Resilient Kid, According to American Ninja Warrior Jessie Graff. (Lifehacker)

How to Age Well and Stay in Your Home. (New York Times)

Figure Out Where to Put the Apostrophe With This Handy Flowchart. (Lifehacker) Ugh, it drives me nuts when people use apostrophes to make things plural!

Ten Inexpensive (and Quick) Ways to Liven Up Cooking at Home. (The Simple Dollar)

How to Make Perfect Lemon Curd in the Microwave. (Lifehacker)

No, Not All Women Are Democrats. (New York Times)

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