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Links I Love: June 21, 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 🙂

Original image source: Mike Licht

CAREER / BUSINESS

4 Virtual Interview Tips That’ll Give You a Real Sense of a Company’s Culture. (Well & Good NYC)

Is Your Employer Required to Report Workplace Cases of COVID-19?. (Lifehacker)

Money Advice for Millennials in the Coronavirus Recession. (The Simple Dollar)

Want to keep working from home? Here’s how to ask.. (Zapier)

Your State May Let You Deduct The Costs of Working From Home During the Pandemic. (Lifehacker)

Grocers Embrace Food Delivery, but They Still Don’t Love It. (Wall Street Journal)

Cut and run: the underground hairdressers of lockdown. (Guardian)

The new toilet paper:’ Bikes fly off shelves, overwhelming shops. (CNN)

Costco, Target, Kroger, and More Reverse Store Safety Policies. (Morning Brew)

Black Professionals Are Underrepresented at Major Brands Like Gap, Levi’s, and Walmart. (Morning Brew)

What It’s Like to Be a Black Entrepreneur Right Now. (Medium)

With Aunt Jemima, Mrs. Butterworth’s, Uncle Ben’s set to disappear from American kitchens, a look back at their racist origins. (Market Watch)

PRODUCTIVITY / SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

How to Help Your Memory When Stress Is Taking Its Toll. (Lifehacker)

We’re working longer hours and later nights these days—here’s how to take the break you deserve. (Well & Good NYC)

Stop being ‘so busy’: The psychology behind why being lazy is actually good for your brain. (CNBC)

How to Say No to Socializing. (Lifehacker)

Pilot Life Changes Before Making Them. (Lifehacker) I couldn’t agree with this more – don’t just try something and give up; iterate on it and turn it into something that works for you.

Similar: How to Create Fun, Inexpensive Challenges From Your Hobbies. (The Simple Dollar)

HEALTH / FITNESS

The Foods That May Lower Dementia Risk. (New York Times)

Doctors break down the long road ahead to getting a viable COVID-19 vaccine. (Well & Good NYC)

Teledermatology during COVID-19 is on the rise. (Well & Good NYC)

What We Can Learn From Endurance Athletes About Getting Through This Pandemic. (New York Times)

Exercising While Wearing a Mask. (New York Times)

Returning to Exercise After Recovery From Coronavirus. (New York Times)

Europe Rolls Out Contact Tracing Apps, With Hope and Trepidation. (New York Times)

Missing your travel plans? These home self-care practices will make you feel like you’re on a Thailand retreat. (Well & Good NYC)

TRAVEL

U.S. Airlines Report Modest Uptick in Summer Bookings But Will Passengers Actually Show Up?. (Skift)

Debate Rages Over Empty Middle Seat as Airlines Take to the Skies Again. (Skift)

Do the Airlines Really Need to Increase Fares 50% if Not Selling Middle Seats?. (Travel Insider)

Airlines are making cleaning supplies available to travelers to combat COVID-19. (The Points Guy)

Canada Will Require Phased-In Temperature Checks for Flyers: Prime Minister Trudeau. (Skift)

Will American Outbound Travel Ever Be the Same?. (Skift)

Europe plans a summer staycation after coronavirus lockdowns. (Guardian)

How Hospitality Revenue Managers Can Take a More Holistic Approach to Planning and Profitability. (Skift)

Someone Says They Caught Coronavirus at Your Hotel: Now What?. (Skift)

MISCELLANY

The Racial Politics of Speaking Well. (New York Times)

We Can Protect the Economy From Pandemics. Why Didn’t We?. (Wired)

Traditional Financial Advice Is No Longer Relevant. (The Simple Dollar)

We Should All Be Preppers. (The Atlantic)

How to Respond if Your Friends Share COVID-19 Misinformation. (Lifehacker)

Start a ‘Conversation Journal’ With Your Kids. (Lifehacker)

Follow These Rules for Socializing. (Lifehacker)

How to Have a Fun Conversation Again. (New York Times)

Where I moved after coronavirus. (New York Times) Cute idea!


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