Links I Love: September 8, 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


Walmart and Nordstrom are building stores that don’t sell anything. (CNN)

Stitch Fix Acquired Finery’s Tech and IP. Here’s What’s Next. (Morning Brew)

When Perfect Is (and Isn’t) the Enemy of Good. (Zapier)

How to Handle the Chaos of a ‘Tornado Boss’. (Wall Street Journal)


Why You Should Stop Trying to Be Happy at Work. (Harvard Business Journal)

How to Take Control of Your Schedule. (Lifehacker)

Be a Better Reader in 7 Days. (New York Times)


Add some color to your bedtime routine with pink noise for deeper sleep. (Well & Good NYC)

Do Older People Have a Different Smell?. (New York Times)

The expert-approved formula for building a perfectly healthy lunch every single time. (Well & Good NYC)

Real talk: How much sugar should a healthy person eat in a day?. (Well & Good NYC)


Bahamian Tourism Minister Calls Dorian Devastating — But No Loss of Life Reported. (Bloomberg)

Why Is the U.S. Never Deemed ‘Unsafe’ as a Travel Destination?. (Skift)

The Subscription Model Comes to Luxury Travel. (Bloomberg)


4 tips for reining in your know-it-all tendencies (even if you really do think you know it all). (Well & Good NYC)

Character Development vs Athletic Achievement. (Friday Forward)

Feeling the Burn Rate. (The Simple Dollar)

A Sucker Born Every Minute in the Spice Aisle. (Casual Kitchen)

Finally, for a laugh: 27 times people overshared when asking for help from their neighbors on ‘NextDoor.’. (Some Ecards)

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