Links I Love: March 25, 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 🙂

Original image source: Mike Licht

CAREER

Ask A Boss: ‘Should I Point Out Job Applicants’ Mistakes to Them?’. (New York Magazine)

How to Bring Self-Compassion to Work with You. (Greater Good)

What to Do When You Cry at Work. (Lifehacker)

Paying People More Won’t Make Them Work Harder, According to Science. (Inc)

How to Get Through That Last Hour of the Work Day. (Lifehacker)

Tired of after-work emails? A new bill in NYC would give you permission to ignore them. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Explain to the People You Live With That You’re Working. (Lifehacker)

Related: 40 Lessons From 4 Years of Remote Work. (Buffer)

Tell Your Boss Your Five-Year Plan. (Lifehacker)

The Best Career Advice I’ve Ever Received. (Man Repeller)

This one thing helps women beat the gender wage gap, according to new research. (Well & Good NYC)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Here is the best time of the day to do analytical tasks, creative tasks, make an impression, and make a decision. (ABA Journal)

Similar: Everything Is Timing. (Behavioral Scientist)

The Best Time of Day to Send Email. (Lifehacker)

Beyond the Day: Five Tips Toward Taking Your Productivity Weekly. (Laura Stack)

You’re Not Lazy. (Medium)

How to Stop Procrastinating in 10 Seconds. (Medium)

The Art of Resting: How to fit relaxation into a busy schedule. (A Life of Productivity)

How to Master and Control Your Emotions Based From Thirty-Plus Years of Brain Research. (Medium)

How Theatre Taught Me Empathy. (Lifehacker)

How feeling proud or grateful influences your decisions. (We Forum)

This Is How To Be Your Best Self: 3 Secrets Backed by Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Live Your Life or You Won’t Have One. (Time Management Ninja)

Want to Be Happy? Think Like an Old Person. (New York Times)

HEALTH/FITNESS

Are you sick? Google’s new AI may be able to tell just by looking at you. (Fast Company)

Could this new kitchen appliance make foodborne illness a thing of the past?. (Well & Good NYC)

6 ways to hack your habits for optimum brain health. (Well & Good NYC)

The Key to Weight Loss Is Diet Quality, Not Quantity, a New Study Finds. (New York Times)

Is it healthy to drink kombucha before you work out?. (Well & Good NYC)

How Cheese, Wheat and Alcohol Shaped Human Evolution. (Smithsonian)

Gluten Isn’t the Enemy. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Similar: The sneaky gut problem cutting gluten can cause. (Well & Good NYC)

What ‘Healthy’ Substitutions Do You Actually Enjoy?. (Lifehacker)

Want to Try Intermittent Fasting? Here’s What You Need to Know. (Greatist)

Eating Fast May Raise Obesity Risk. (New York Times)

The Diet that Boosts Fertility. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Why it’s becoming way easier to get in an effective workout during your lunch break. (Well & Good NYC)

6 common myths about depression, busted by therapists. (Well & Good NYC)

How Exercise May Help the Memory Grow Stronger. (New York Times)

What If Men And Women Skied Against Each Other In The Olympics?. (Five Thirty Eight)

Olympic Cross-Country Skiers Eat 8,000 Calories a Day. It’s Exhausting.. (New York Times)

Want to avoid the flu while flying? Try a window seat. (Dallas Morning News)

Similar: Here’s how to not catch your airplane seatmate’s cold on the way to your spring vacay. (Well & Good NYC)

TRAVEL

Fitness Retreats Tout Vacation Perks: Workouts and Wine. (Wall Street Journal)

The End-to-End Luxury Travel Experience Has Never Mattered More. (Skift)

Luxury Hospitality Brands Play Catch-Up on Social Media. (Skift)

The Era of Personalization in Event Tech Is Finally Here. (Skift)

Airlines in America are in a race to improve their meals. (Economist)

Decoding the Design of In-Flight Seat Belts. (Atlas Observer)

Thai Airways bans obese passengers and infants from Business Class on Dreamliners. (Secret Flying)

A Passenger Sued Southwest Airlines for Exactly $74,999, and It’s Totally Brilliant. Here’s Why. (Inc)

Bumped United passenger walks away with $10,000 voucher. (ABC News)

United Suspends Its Pet Cargo Service While Investigations Proceed. (Skift)

Related: What It Means for United That CEO Munoz Doubles as Chief Apology Officer. (Skift)

Airline stocks tumble after Southwest forecast spurs fare anxiety. (Dallas Morning News)

Why Wall Street thinks Southwest Airlines could be a ‘logical choice’ for Warren Buffett. (Dallas Morning News)

Make hay while the Google Flights sun doesn’t shine. (Tnooz)

This Startup Is Helping Airlines Manage Overbooked Flights. (Skift)

LIers air frustration over Frontier changes. (Newsday)

Metasearch power plays: What hoteliers need to know about staying competitive. (Tnooz)

Police chief: Uber self-driving car “likely” not at fault in fatal crash. (Ars Technica)

Self-Driving Car Fatality Shows the Technology Needs Vast Improvements. (Skift)

MISCELLANY

Money and Confidence are Interchangeable. (Mr. Money Mustache)

12 Key Principles for Financial Success in Today’s World. (The Simple Dollar)

A startup for you debt-burdened millennials. (Crains)

All the Insane Ways Millennials Handle Their Snail Mail. (Mel Magazine)

8 genius organizational tips to steal from tiny homes. (Well & Good NYC)

Similar: 22 Genius Little Ways to Organize Your Entire Home This Spring. (PureWow)

This is how often you should be getting rid of every product in your kitchen. (Well & Good NYC)

Most eligible singles say it’s important that a potential S.O. exercises regularly, survey finds. (Well & Good NYC)

How Does Submissive Sex Work in the Age of #MeToo?. (New York Times)

Shut Someone Up With These Nonverbal Cues. (Lifehacker)

How to Be Polite. (Medium)

The Man Who Knew Too Little. (New York Times)

Stop asking children these seven questions (and ask these instead). (Ozan Varol)

When Is a Child Instagram-Ready?. (New York Times)

Extensive Data Shows Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys. (New York Times)

Ironies of Luck. (Collaborative Fund)

The Wired Interview: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. (Wired)


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