Profitable Ideas: Money Mind Games, Kids Pay a Price for Their Parents’ Debt, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently.

Money mind games: Is $100 always $100? (She Picks Up Pennies). Sometimes we don’t think so clearly about money.

How I saved $100k in 3 years (And Then We Saved). All without a big salary or an inheritance.

Tips for adding a teenage driver to your auto policy (NY Times). Tip number one: brace your self for a big cost increase! Then read on for some actual money-saving ideas.

What financial health means to me: Saving and investing for rainy seasons (Investing to Thrive). Expanding on a classic bit of financial wisdom.

How debt may be affecting your kids (US News). Additional motivation for ditching your debt.

Stewardship, an opportunity for growth (Ron Blue Institute). The many benefits of starting with: “It all belongs to God.”

Conspicuous consumption is over. It’s all about intangibles now. (Aeon). An interesting look at our evolving and complicated relationship with money.

Counting the cost of generosity (Pretend to be Poor). Life is a series of trade-offs. How does that apply to generosity?

What are your thoughts on any of the above? Let me know by leaving a comment below.

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