Links I Love: January 26, 2019

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

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It’s Time To Ditch Performance Improvement Plans. Here’s Why. (Forbes)

Is Your Workplace Toxic or Does It Just Suck?. (Greatist)

New Office Hours Aim for Well Rested, More Productive Workers. (New York Times)

It’s Time to Rethink How You Find a Mentor at Work. (Glamour Magazine)

This study proves why you really need a work wife. (The Ladders)

The Rise, Lean, And Fall Of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg. (BuzzFeed)

How Did ‘Likability’ Become a Thing for Women in Politics?. (Glamour Magazine)

Stop Telling Women What to Wear to Work. (Harper’s Bazaar)

The Best Career Advice You’ve Ever Received. (Lifehacker)

To Dominate Your Industry Make Everything You Do ‘World Class’. (Entrepreneur)

Reflect on your best work: write your stories. (Patty Azzarello)


An Evolutionary Approach to Brainstorming. (Heleo)

Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong. (Vox)

How to Feel Progress. (Jocelyn Glei)

How to Make Big Change Small (8 simple ways to close one chapter and begin another). (Be More With Less)

Wake Up At 5 am Every Day? Nope. This Is My Daily Routine After A 30-Day Experiment. (Medium)

Using Spaced Repetition to Supercharge Your Habits. (Better Humans)

Reddit’s Favorite Psychological Tricks. (Lifehacker)

11 Qualities of People With Amazing Emotional Intelligence. (Under 30 CEO)

Why Vulnerability Can Be So Attractive. (The Atlantic)

Wake Up At 5 am Every Day? Nope. This Is My Daily Routine After A 30-Day Experiment. (Medium)

Using Spaced Repetition to Supercharge Your Habits. (Better Humans)

Join Analog Social Media. (Cal Newport)


Low-intensity cardio is the (trainer-approved) secret to pushing through fitness plateaus. (Well & Good NYC)

The foam rolling move you need for every kind of workout on your to-do list. (Well & Good NYC)

Year in Fitness: How Exercise Keeps Us Young. (New York Times)

Related: The 2019 Fitness Forecast. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The 2019 Food Forecast. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Earl Grey tea is steeped with healthy benefits that can boost your immune system and fight inflammation. (Well & Good NYC)

Ride Out Short-Term Hunger. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Does the Gut Microbiome Ever Fully Recover From Antibiotics?. (New York Times)

Heart Attack May Be Early Sign of Cancer. (New York Times)

Blood test could detect Alzheimer’s up to 16 years before symptoms begin. (CNN)


Where Do Government Employees Go When They’re Not Being Paid? Uber and Lyft. (Skift)

Behavioral Rewards Find Niche in Corporate Travel. (Skift)

Security Researcher Noam Rotem Exposes Airline Security Flaw That Affects Millions of Travelers. (Popular Mechanics)

The Drone Problem Is Not Going Away for Airports. (Skift)

Europe’s Airlines Approaching U.S.-Like Levels of Profitability. (Skift)

Travel Resolutions for 2019: Top Picks From Skift Staff. (Skift)

Southwest Nation celebrates the legacy of Herb Kelleher. (Dallas Morning News)

Travel Megatrends 2019: Brands Give Travelers More Control Over Their Experience. (Skift)

2019 Travel Trends and How Room Key Fits In. (Room Key)

The collaboration enables guests staying in Connected Rooms to seamlessly access their Netflix account. (Hotel News Now)


Online reviews will never help you find the “best” product. That doesn’t mean they aren’t useful.. (Vox)

The one red flag to look for when getting back with your ex. (Well & Good NYC)

How do you draw an X? The internet is confused. (Today Show)

This Type of Illiteracy Could Hurt You. (New York Times)

Why Finnish babies sleep in boxes. (BBC News)

Keeping Food Costs Down With Picky Eaters at Home. (The Simple Dollar)

And finally, for a laugh: Police Seek Volunteers To Drink To Excess. (NPR)

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