Links I Love: April 28, 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

Original image source: Mike Licht

CAREER / BUSINESS

7 Reasons Why You Didn’t Get the Job. (Her Money Media)

Women Candidates Still Tagged as Too ‘Emotional’ to Hold Office. (US News)

Open Salary Policies at the Office Are Trending—But Is It a Good Idea?. (PureWow)

Why ‘Going Part-Time’ Can Be a Trap. (Lifehacker)

The common pitfall of conflating self-worth with career success: fulfillment failure. (Well & Good NYC)

If You Want to Retire Early, Invest in Rental Properties. (Lifehacker)

‘It’s genuine, you know?’: why the online influencer industry is going ‘authentic’. (The Guardian)

This paint company will pay you $10,000 to travel the country as a “color explorer”. (Well & Good NYC)

PRODUCTIVITY / SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Don’t Fool Yourself: Five Productivity Mistakes to Avoid. (Laura Stack)

A Guide to Habit Resilience. (Zen Habits)

Creative Sleight of Hand: Six Ways to Trick Yourself into Productivity. (Laura Stack)

Gmail’s ‘Canned Responses’ Feature Is Finally Good. (Lifehacker)

Triggered to Pay Extra. (Casual Kitchen)

HEALTH / FITNESS

The Right Way to Use a Public Bathroom (to Avoid Getting Sick). (New York Times)

Turns Out, Meal Kits Might Not Suck for the Planet. (Lifehacker)

A Dietitian’s Hacks for Feeding Picky Children. (Lifehacker)

Diversity Is the New Mission in Wellness. (Skift)

OK, TMI: Why does coffee always make me poop?. (Well & Good NYC)

Science says this is how much exercise you need to offset sitting all day long. (Well & Good NYC)

Can What We Eat Affect How We Feel?. (New York Times)

Cavities? Blame Nurture, Not Nature. (New York Times)

The results-driven reason to start counting reps when your muscles shake. (Well & Good NYC)

TRAVEL

Hertz Wanted a Cool Website: It Ended Up With a $32 Million Legal Nightmare. (Skift)

SITA research highlights importance of baggage tracking throughout the journey. (Future Travel Experience)

The president of JetBlue’s venture capital firm is a renaissance woman who just might transform air travel. (Business Insider)

Low-Cost Carrier Allegiant Seeks Permission to Fly to Mexico, Finally. (Skift)

Hawaiian Chooses Its 787 Seats. (Cranky Flier)

United Airlines New Livery – Rhapsody in Blue. (Travel Codex)

The Evolution of the Airline Logo. (Just the Flight)

Airlines may be underestimating the cost of the 737 MAX groundings. (Economist)

Similar: American’s New Math: 2 Dozen 737 Max Jets Equals a $350 Million Hit. (Skift)

A Compulsive Obsessive’s Guide to Checking If Your Flight Will be On-Time. (Travel Insider)

Marriott and Southwest Airlines Top Annual Loyalty Awards. (Skift)

Four Seasons Shows That Hospitality Can Be a Passport to a Global Career. (Skift)

Mobile Is Key to Boosting Guest Experiences Say Hoteliers. (Hotel News Now)

How to Stay Safe as a Female Solo Traveler. (Lifehacker)

MISCELLANY

How Drug-Possession Felonies Are Overwhelming Colorado Prisons. (Westword)

How to Write a Condolence Note. (Lifehacker)

How to End Your Kid’s Screen Time Without a Meltdown. (Lifehacker)

The Burden of ‘Parent Homework’. (New York Times)

Drawing the Line Between Helping and Helicoptering. (New York Times)

Reading to Your Toddler? Print Books Are Better Than Digital Ones. (New York Times)

How to Make Internet Searches Easier for Older Relatives. (Lifehacker)

Gorillas pose for selfie with DR Congo anti-poaching unit. (BBC News)

Finally, for a laugh: Wyoming officer brings 5-year-old boy McDonald’s after 911 call. (WZZM News)


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