Links I Love: August 19, 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


How to Recruit and Hire When You Need to Move Fast. (Medium)

Would You Let Your Boss Put a Chip in Your Body?. (Medium)

A World-Leading Technologist on What the Year 2038 Will Look Like. (Heleo)

How playing sports as girls could be the secret to building powerful execs. (Well & Good NYC)

Here’s how to upgrade your work wardrobe for a new job. (Moneyish)

my coworker rejects any ideas that aren’t her own, then suggests them herself. (Ask a Manager)

Are Women Afraid to Compete With Each Other at Work?. (Glamour Magazine)

Women, Stop Volunteering for Office Housework!. (New York Times)

List: 17 Real-Life Would-You-Rathers I, a Woman, Have Had to Ask Myself. (McSweeneys)


Get More Work Done: Eight Ways to Avoid the ‘Halfway Zone’. (The Simple Dollar)

How Much Work Is Too Much? Four Guidelines to Save Your Productivity. (Laura Stack)

The 20 Best Productivity Apps for Windows in 2018. (Zapier)

How to Stop Being Addicted to Email. (Full Contact)

How to Get Your Intuition Back (When It’s Hijacked by Life). (New York Times)

One Step. (Friday Forward)


When to Get Your Bone Density Tested. (New York Times)

To Stretch or Not to Stretch? Athletes Put It to the Test. (New York Times)

Your Brain on Fats and Carbs. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Performance Hack: Carb Rinsing. (Furthermore from Equinox)

How to buy the healthiest, tastiest honey available (hint, it doesn’t come in a bear-shaped bottle). (Well & Good NYC)

Women More Likely to Survive Heart Attacks If Treated by Female Doctors. (The Atlantic)

Running After a Heart Attack. (New York Times)

Writing Prescriptions to Play Outdoors. (New York Times)

How to Train for Hiking: Exercises and Tips. (Cool of the Wild)

How to keep your gut happy when crossing time zones. (Well & Good NYC)


Stale Cockpit Air May Be Dulling Your Airline Pilot’s Performance. (Bloomberg)

Ryanair’s Strike Problem, Explained. (Bloomberg)

Southwest Air Limits Emotional-Support Animals to Dogs and Cats. (Bloomberg)

Related opinion piece: Southwest, other carriers are right to tighten rules so planes won’t look like Noah’s Ark. (Dallas Morning News)

If You Think Fares Are Confusing for Travelers, What About the Poor Pricing Analyst?. (Cranky Flier)

Video: Why Southwest Airlines Needs a Super-Fast Website. (Skift)

Copa Airlines’ Rebound May Depend on a Latin American Turnaround. (Skift)

United Airlines Is Winning Over Some of the Doubters. (Skift)

Airline Passengers Are Split Over Using Phones in the Air. (Bloomberg)

JetBlue’s Founder Confirms He’ll Start a U.S. Airline With New Airbus Jets. (Skift)

Stolen Alaska Airlines plane exposes gap in airport security. (Dallas Morning News)

Don’t Expect Greater Airport Security After Air Alaska Crash. (Skift)

Hate the traffic around Love Field? Airport officials eye new north entrance to ease congestion. (Dallas Morning News)

Innovating to Eliminate Mishandled Baggage. (Total Blue Sky)

Fake power outlets are the latest prank to hit airports. (Secret Flying)

Struggling airport, growing city: What’s up with that?. (Californian)

Life beyond walled gardens. (Tnooz)

Should You be Using Airbnb?. (Travel Insider)

More Luxury Hotels Set Aside Ultra-Secret Suites for Their Top Guests. (Bloomberg)

At These Hotels and Spas, Cancer Is No Obstacle to Quality Care. (New York Times)

Nikki Beach Wants to Remake Itself as a Chill Resort Brand. (Bloomberg)

Six Flags Is Taking Theme Park Loyalty to the Next Level. (Skift)

Helsinki-Based Mobility App Aims to Make Personal Cars Obsolete. (Bloomberg)

About tomorrow’s report suggesting bus travel is AMAZING!. (Wandering Aramean)

Four Ways AI is Re-imagining the Future of Travel. (Total Blue Sky)


The Dirtiest Part of Your Kitchen. (Furthermore from Equinox) I am going to buy some new cute dish towels now…

I Stop Celebrities From Blowing Their Money. (New York Magazine)

How To Be Smarter With Money: 8 Simple Secrets. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Why Karamo Brown thinks this old-school crush advice deserves a failing grade. (Well & Good NYC)

Why Being Middle-Aged May Be the Best Part of Your Life. (Lifehacker)

How to Leave a Legacy When You Don’t Have Children. (New York Times)

Finally, here’s a new story about the camp I volunteered at last week (my post about it here). There is a great video where you can see the kids in action! Vista summer camp offers special program for children who lost a parent. (CBS News)

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