Links I Love: December 27, 2020

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 pastel-colored cookware took over your Instagram feed. (Vox)

We Asked: Why Does Oreo Keep Releasing New Flavors?. (New York Times)

Untapped: How grocers are growing their private label alcohol assortment. (Grocery Dive)

Chipotle will not require its employees to get the coronavirus vaccine. (CNBC)

Sweetgreen Will Open Its First Drive-Thru Store Next Year. (Morning Brew)

What We Lose When a Restaurant Closes. (Eater)

An Oral History of the World’s Biggest Coupon. (New York Times)

The Biggest Star on TV Right Now? Barbour Jackets. (Wall Street Journal)


9 Zoom Fatigue Tips That’ll Help You Hate the Video-Meeting Grind a Little Less. (Well & Good NYC)

The Rise and Fall of Getting Things Done. (New Yorker)

Review of The Social Dilemma: Social Media is Not Hijacking Your Brain. (Nir and Far)


5 Winter Solstice Sleep Tips To Maximize Rest During the Darkest Week of the Year. (Well & Good NYC)

This Amount of Time Is the Sweet Spot When Using a Theragun on Sore Muscles. (Well & Good NYC)

When It Comes To Stretching Out Your Hips, A Flexibility Pro Says This ‘Cradle Stretch’ Blows Pigeon Pose Out of the Water. (Well & Good NYC)

Plan a Hike to Get Some Fresh Air and Tune Out Holiday Stress. (Lifehacker)


What I Realized About Business Travel While Standing Still in 2020: Former Road Warrior CEO. (Skift)

Hospitality Trends: Promoting a Safe Holiday Staycation Close to Home. (Hotel News Now)

7 Powerful Instagram Marketing Tips for Vacation Rentals (that Actually Work). (Hotel News Now)

5 Ways Hotels Can Boost Their Revenue Amid The COVID Chaos. (Hotel News Now)

Airlines to Only ‘Temporarily’ Bring Back Staff With New Coronavirus Funds. (Skift)

Even our willingness to fly is partisan. (The Air Current)

Delta Air Lines to trial quarantine-free flights between Rome and Atlanta. (Future Travel Experience)


Fake delivery notices imitating Amazon, UPS, FedEx surge during biggest online shopping season ever. (CNBC)

How to Make Your Pandemic Holiday Feel Like a HOLIDAY. (Vice)

How To Enjoy the Holidays if You’ll Be Alone This Year. (Vice)

Similar: 38 Actually Fun Things To Do if You’re Home Alone for the Holidays. (Well & Good NYC)

The New Rules of Virtual Wedding Gifting. (New York Times)

What to Make With Your New Air Fryer. (Lifehacker)

The Rise of the Charcuterie-Free ‘Charcuterie Board’. (Vice)

Instagram’s Favorite New Yorker Cartoons of 2020. (New Yorker)

And finally, for a laugh: Christmas in 2020 – A Step by Step Guide. (Victoria Fedden)

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