Links I Love: July 1, 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

New Grads: Seven Ways to Stand Out During an Entry-Level Job Hunt. (The Simple Dollar)

Why ‘Finding Your Passion’ Isn’t Enough. (Lifehacker)

From the Drawing Board to the Board Room. (99U)

How to Disconnect When Your Devices Are Your Office. (Buffer)

The World Needs Netflix Minis. (The Atlantic)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Are You One of the 2.5 Percent? Six Hints You May Be a Supertasker. (Laura Stack)

168 Hours: What I’ve Learned Tracking Every 15 Minutes of My Week. (Chris Guillebeau)

Why you shouldn’t share your goals. (Medium)

It Doesn’t Have To Be Perfect, It Just Has To Be Something. (Yes and Yes)

Pride Isn’t a Vice—It’s a Way to Become Your Best Self. (Heleo)

Tell Me What You Did Today, And I’ll Tell You Who You Are. (Medium)

This Is How To Be Charming: 5 Secrets From Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

23 Things I Learned About Writing, Strategy And Life From Tim Ferriss. (Medium)

You Have More Energy Than You Think. (Deep Existence)

HEALTH/FITNESS

‘I’ll Have the Cake.’ The Music Made Me Do It.. (New York Times)

Skip the Light Beer. (Furthermore from Equinox)

The Keto Diet’s Dark Side. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Which Vitamins Do You Really Need?. (Lifehacker)

Food Festivals Are Getting Healthier. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Making this one tweak to your workouts for a week could pay off big time. (Well & Good NYC)

Have the Right Kind of Pride. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Scared of High-Intensity Interval Training? A Heart Monitor Can Make it Fun and Easy. (New York Times)

Hate High-Intensity Exercise? Try It. You Might Like It.. (New York Times)

Less than a quarter of the country exercises enough—here’s how your state stacks up. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Train Specifically for Mountain Running. (Trail Runner Magazine)

The Hiker’s Guide to Trail Etiquette. (Lifehacker)

TRAVEL

5 Tips to Sleep Better on Your Next Trip. (New York Times)

The Quick Descent of Surf Air. (Skift)

Will Booze Ever Be Banned on U.S. Airline Flights?. (Skift)

Why U.S. Regional Airlines May Not Be Able to Fly Embraer’s Newest Jet. (Skift)

Airlines weigh costs of unplanned landings when flyers fall ill. (Dallas Morning News)

U.S. Airlines Lose Tolerance for Money-Losing Flights as Fuel Prices Rise. (Skift)

What the Airline Knows About the Guy in Seat 14C. (Wall Street Journal)

Turn Your Layover Into a Bonus Free Trip. (Lifehacker)

How AI is helping airline customer service reps get closer to customers. (Tnooz)

Report: Connected aircraft could save aviation industry $15bn per year. (Future Travel Experience)

Move Over Luxury Cars, Germany Wants to Trial Flying Taxis. (Bloomberg)

Priority Pass Shifts to Restaurants and Airport Suites as Demographics Change. (Skift)

America’s security profiling at airports should worry frequent flyers. (Economist)

Smile in Your Passport Photo to Prevent Identity Fraud. (Lifehacker)

Which Direct Booking Incentives Actually Work?. (Hotel News Now)

AccorHotels shines a light on its revenue management approach to luxury. (Tnooz)

Hertz and Avis Plummet on Pessimistic Used-Car Price Predictions. (Bloomberg)

U.S. Mass Shootings Give Pause But Have Little Impact on Global Travelers’ Decisions to Visit. (Skift)

More Black Travelers Hit the Great Outdoors as Camping Activity Jumps. (Skift)

Seventy-Five Percent of Young Professionals in the U.S. See Business Travel As a Major Work Perk. (Hotel News Now)

Similar: Young Professionals Are Stressed Out But Still Love Business Travel. (Skift)

MISCELLANY

20 Signs You’re Definitely a ‘Xennial’. (PureWow)

6 meal-prep hacks that’ll save you money faster than you can say “buy in bulk”. (Well & Good NYC)

What Does ‘Frugality’ Mean?. (The Simple Dollar)

The Perfect Question to Ask Before ANY Purchase [For Anticonsumerists Only]. (Casual Kitchen)

How to Reduce the Urge to Eat Out by. (The Simple Dollar)

Why Developing Serious Relationships in Your 20s Matters. (Medium)

Could your unconscious body language be sabotaging your dating life?. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Throw a No-Frills Kids’ Birthday Party. (Lifehacker)

Tape a ‘Finish Line’ to Your Doorway on Your Kid’s Last Day of School. (Lifehacker)

Want a Divorce in China? You Might Have to Fail a Quiz First. (New York Times)


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