Let’s be real, layovers are pretty boring. Waiting to get from point A to point B is not exactly the most fun part of traveling. However, waiting for your next plane, train, or automobile is the best time to watch that YouTube video everyone is posting on Facebook, catch up on trending news, or discover new music. Where do you even start though? Layover Links is our way of helping you out with that. Here are today’s top links to get you from point A to point B.

21 Things London Has that New York City Should Get Immediately (Via BuzzFeed)

london food market

What does London have that New York City should really think about getting? More free museums, healthier fast food options, permanent food markets, subway lines that allow you to move east to west, and more.

7 Gross Health Issues and How to Fix ‘Em (Via Refinery29)

mouth bad breath

This slideshow from Refinery29 instructs you on how to diminish some of those everyday health issues such as dandruff, bad breath, flatulence, sweatiness, and smelly feet.

How to Survive a Music Festival (Via Pitchfork)

Pitchfork Music Festival

Musical festival season has finally arrived! If you’ve never been to a music festival, make sure you refer to this simple tutorial from Pitchfork, which outlines essential know-hows, such as understanding the cost of the festival, handling crowd etiquette, and learning how to take the perfect picture of a stranger and his or her friends.

How to Have the Perfect Beach Vacation, According to Lifestyle Blogger Joy Cho (Via Conde Nast Traveler)

cornado beach california

Blogger Joy Cho of Oh Joy! shares her secrets on having the best possible beach vacation. Check out all of Joy’s tips here.

LEGO Versions of World Famous Monuments Are Possibly Better than the Originals (Via Huffington Post)

LEGO Stonehenge

Check out your favorite world monuments constructed out of how favorite childhood plastic building blocks.

Which link helped with your layover?


Tucker is a junior at Fordham University studying Political Science and Art History. He enjoys food, historical nonfiction, and Netflix marathons.

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