Links I Love: November 4, 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

Here’s What Hiring Managers Actually Care About. (Lifehacker)

Job Seekers Are Now in the Driver’s Seat and Expect Next-Gen Recruiting and New Hire Experiences. (Hotel News Now)

How To Create A Flexible Work Plan That Works For You And Your Company. (Forbes)

How being underestimated made these women more successful. (Fast Company)

The Ambition Collision. (New York Magazine)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

It’s Astounding How Many Problems Can Be Solved Just by Waking Up Early. (New York Magazine)

Here’s a counterpoint: Long Hours and Early Mornings Aren’t the Key to Success. (Lifehacker)

I Recorded Everything I Did For a Day to See How I Use My Time. (Man Repeller)

This Is the Age When Your Self-Esteem Peaks. (New York Magazine)

This Is How To Make Your Life Amazing. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

HEALTH/FITNESS

Your Lifetime Health Checkup Roadmap. (New York Times)

More Evidence That Nutrition Studies Don’t Always Add Up. (New York Times)

The Risk of Alternative Cancer Treatments. (New York Times)

In Australia, Cervical Cancer Could Soon Be Eliminated. (New York Times)

The best thing in the world to do for your gut microbiome? Don’t move to the US. (Well & Good NYC)

Wait, are acai bowls really healthy?. (Well & Good NYC)

Junk Food Means Bad Mood. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Hey celiacs, how about a bagel? A new vaccine may soon let you eat gluten again. (Well & Good NYC)

To Prevent Urinary Tract Infections, Drink Up. (New York Times)

Here’s how to tell how much water to drink while sweating. (Well & Good NYC)

Faster. Slower. How We Walk Depends on Who We Walk With, and Where We Live.. (New York Times)

We Slow as We Age, but May Not Need to Slow Too Much. (New York Times)

6 Tips for Getting Back Into Running (When You Just Really Don’t Wanna). (Greatist)

How Can Races Increase Female Participation Rates?. (Trail Sisters)

The Musical Equivalent of Meditation. (Furthermore from Equinox)

TRAVEL

In Boulder, Colo., Back to Nature at Very High Altitudes. (New York Times)

Fresh Investment Is Invigorating Many Northeast U.S. Ski Resorts. (Skift)

Travelers less concerned with social media, destination politics when finding and planning travel. (Tnooz)

Can LEO Satellites Fix Slow Inflight Wifi?. (Cranky Flier)

Delta CEO Declares Free In-Flight Wi-Fi Is Coming. (Skift)

Delta Is Betting on Tablet Technology to Solve In-Flight Entertainment Conundrum. (Skift)

Virgin Australia launches voice check-in through Amazon Alexa. (Future Travel Experience)

Why Do Airlines Still Make Consumers Telephone for Help?. (Skift)

JetBlue Lays Out a Growth Plan by Doubling Down on 3 U.S. Cities. (Skift)

American Airlines Feels Vindicated in Its Second Try at Direct Distribution. (Skift)

Doug Parker Explains Why Wall Street is Wrong. (Cranky Flier)

How Premium Economy Turbo-Charges Profit for Airlines. (Skift)

California’s Newest Airline Takes Off After Years of Uncertainty. (Skift)

The best time to buy your plane ticket home for the holidays is…. (Well & Good NYC)

Why Low-Cost Airline Spirit Sees Little Impact From Competitors’ Basic Economy Fares. (Skift)

SAS New Emotional Video Takes The Prize For The Best Travel Ad For 2018. (Skift)

How to Survive a Long Flight With Kids. (Lifehacker)

IATA Global Passenger Survey highlights demand for more seamless air travel experience. (Future Travel Experience)

Our Step-by-Step Guide to Launching a New Route. (Hawaiian Air)

New lounges at DFW Airport cater to all types of fliers. (Dallas Morning News)

The bag-storage industry is taking off. (Economist)

U.S. Airport Improvements May Not Hinge on Midterm Election Results. (Skift)

The Bigger Promise of Voice in Hospitality Could Be With Vacation Rentals. (Skift)

It’s the end of the hotel metasearch model as we know it. (Tnooz)

A Lesson in Hotel Loyalty That Goes Beyond Just Points. (Skift)

Balancing Privacy and Personalization for Today’s Empowered Traveler. (Skift)

UK Plans Brexit Compromise to Keep Irish Border Open for Travel. (Skift)

Luxury Brands Launch College Tours to Meet Maturing Gen Zers. (Skift)

Uber Is Going an Extra Mile to Retain Drivers Amid Labor Crunch. (Skift)

Carnival’s Brewmaster Is Trying to Bring Craft Beer Culture to Cruising. (Skift)

How to Work Travel into Your Budget, Whether Your Goal is a Weekend Getaway or an International Escape. (Well & Good NYC)

MISCELLANY

Why Cheesecake Factory’s Menu Is so Damn Big, According to Its Founder. (Thrillist)

Why bouncy, hyper-feminine script is the font of choice for bridesmaid gifts and novelty wine glasses. (Vox)

Red-Hot Economy? Women Aren’t Convinced. (New York Times)

What Kind of Person Steals Their Co-workers’ Lunch?. (New York Magazine)

Confessions of an Author Who Isn’t Ashamed to Do #SponCon. (Medium)

What Does It Cost To Be Big On Instagram?. (BuzzFeed)

What I Learned About Life at My 30th College Reunion. (The Atlantic)

7 ideas for random acts of kindness when the world feels like a dumpster fire. (Medium)

There is an alternative to paying thousands in rent…. (Medium)

Never Veto a Plan Without Suggesting a Better Option. (Lifehacker)

Some Young People Aren’t Voting Because the Process Seems Confusing and Pointless. They’re Not Entirely Wrong.. (Slate)

How I Know You Wrote Your Kid’s College Essay. (New York Times)

How I Trained My Husband to Be a Dad. (New York Times)

When and How to Stop Paying Your Kids’ Bills. (The Simple Dollar)

I Was That Kid. Were You? #MakingChangemakers. (Feld Thoughts)


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