Links I Love: January 6, 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 🙂

Original image source: Mike Licht

CAREER / BUSINESS

The Golden Age of the iPhone Is Ending. (Medium)

Meet Cezary Grosfeld, aka Colorado’s Pierogi King. (5280 Magazine)

Late to Launch: The Post-Collegiate Struggle. (New York Times)

The one habit to build in 2019 for unlimited success at work. (Well & Good NYC)

Women, Work, and the Facade of Choice. (Medium)

Related: Why Are Women Still Choosing the Lowest-Paying Jobs?. (The Atlantic)

How To Motivate Your People Through Change. (Better Humans)

A 3-step checklist to stay financially healthy after job loss—because it happens, and it’s okay. (Well & Good NYC)

PRODUCTIVITY / SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Creativity and Innovation: Six Ways to Foster Productive Ideas. (Laura Stack)

The Future of Learning. (Medium)

Why you should rest after big projects. (A Life of Productivity)

3 Easy Ways to Be Nicer to Yourself. (Greatist)

How Social Proof Dominates Your Life. (Medium)

Sprezzatura: The Art Of Making Difficult Things Look Simple. (Medium)

How to Run Your Own Annual Review. (Better Humans)

6 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep. (Greatist)

Why the Best Things in Life Can’t Be Planned. (Medium)

How Much Would We Have to Pay You to Quit Facebook for a Year?. (Lifehacker)

The Psychology of Human Misjudgment. (The Simple Dollar)

HEALTH/FITNESS

Stand More, Lounge Less? Don’t Do It to Lose Weight. (New York Times)

How to set yourself up for success with healthy eating all year long—no dieting required. (Well & Good NYC)

The Secret to Good Health May Be a Walk in the Park. (New York Times)

Finally! A trainer tells me if it’s okay to hold onto the treadmill rails while I run. (Well & Good NYC)

Bundle up, runners: A Peloton coach says you should log miles outside at least once a week. (Well & Good NYC)

Peloton Vs. SoulCycle: The Battle Heats Up. (Skift)

This one-minute stair-climbing test measures whether you’re getting enough exercise. (Well & Good NYC) I haven’t tried this yet, but want to!

Even a Little Weight Training May Cut the Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke. (New York Times)

Cardio weightlifting can save you major time in the gym—and who doesn’t want that?. (Well & Good NYC)

Jillian Michaels on how to set fitness goals that you’ll be inspired to crush all. year. long.. (Well & Good NYC)

Knowing the benefits of exercise leads to more exercise—so here are more reasons to exercise. (Well & Good NYC)

When to Take Melatonin. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Six to 8 Hours a Night May Be the Sweet Spot for Sleep. (New York Times)

Think Away Pain. (Furthermore from Equinox)
Ask Your Doctor These Four Questions About Any Treatment. (Lifehacker)

A Realistic Defense of Skiing the Ice Coast. (Outside Magazine)

Can the Mountain Collective Pass Survive in Colorado?. (5280 Magazine)

Always Fast On Airplanes. (Furthermore from Equinox)

TRAVEL

Top Trends in Travel For 2018. (Hotel News Now)

Similar: Bold Predictions for the Travel Industry in 2019. (Skift)

Expert Insights on 6 Key Trends Shaping the Travel Industry. (Afar)

The Travel Buzzwords Skift Loves to Hate. (Skift)

Would You Treat Your Mother That Way? The Secrets of Great Customer Service. (Hotel News Now)

What Marriott’s Data Breach Means for the Hotel Giant and Guests. (Skift)

Related: Lessons From the Marriott International ‘Glitch’ –. (Hotel News Now)

Bright Young Chefs Add Sparkle to Hotels. (Hotel News Now)

Venice Will Start Charging an Entrance Fee to Day-Trippers to Combat Overtourism. (Skift)

Why Airlines Can’t Get Enough of the Sunshine State. (Skift)

Why India’s Airlines Struggle to Turn Growth Into Profit. (Bloomberg)

Want to Take Your Pet on Your Next Vacation? Here Is What You Need to Know. (New York Times)

United revamps Basic Economy in Transatlantic market. (Wandering Aramean)

How United’s Oscar Munoz Bounced Back After a Heart Transplant. (Fortune Magazine)

Herb Kelleher gave this small-town teenager the freedom to fly to the big city. (Dallas Morning News)

S​outhwest Co-Founder Herb Kelleher Dies, Leaving a Legacy That Changed Airlines Forever. (Skift)

Southwest Airlines’ legendary co-founder Herb Kelleher dies at 87. (Dallas Morning News)

DFW Airport prepares for record growth as Terminal F decision looms. (Dallas Morning News)

It’s Time to Fall in Love With Stuffy, Crowded Subways. (Medium)

MISCELLANY

Quickly Figure Out Where You Can Stream Any Movie Using This App. (Lifehacker)

Write a Positive Review Instead of a Negative Review. (Lifehacker)

What It Means to Be an Elder Orphan. (Medium)

How Often You Should Really Wash Road Salt off Your Car. (Lifehacker) Oops – I am very guilty of letting my car sit dirty for a long time, since I’m reluctant to wash it when I know I’m going back into the mountains within a day or two…

No need to shell out for an ultra-fancy milk frother—your microwave works just as well. (Well & Good NYC) I tried this and it worked perfectly!

What a Financial Trainwreck Can Teach Us: Six Mistakes to Learn From. (The Simple Dollar)

The New Rules of Personal Finance. (Medium)

How Introverts and Extroverts Spend Their Money Differently. (The Simple Dollar)

Frugal Gift Ideas for This Holiday Season. (The Simple Dollar)

Making Money Gifts Fun for Kids. (The Simple Dollar)

Should You Make Your Kids Wait Until High School for a Cell Phone?. (Lifehacker)

Should You Red-Shirt Your Kindergartener?. (Lifehacker)

An exhaustive list of everything I’ve said (and done) to leave a bad date early. (Well & Good NYC)

Young Women on Dating and Feminism in America. (Medium)

How to make your place look presentable for guests in 30 minutes or less. (Well & Good NYC)

Why Do All Coffee Shops Look Alike?. (Medium)

Try A Progressive Dinner. (Furthermore from Equinox)

11 End Of Year Traditions That Will Make Next Year Amazing. (Yes and Yes)


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