Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
Try these five tricks to do a day’s worth in just a couple of hours (Fast Company). Multi-tasking doesn’t work. Here are better ways to set yourself up to win.
Why it pays to be a patient shopper (Wise Bread). The important difference between “satisficing” and maximizing.
Minimalism makes room for joy (No Sidebar). When clearing the clutter—whether from your garage or your calendar—be sure not to get rid of the good stuff.
Best video streaming services for your money (Clark Howard). Suddenly, there are more streaming choices than ever. Here’s how to weigh the options.
Exactly how to improve your LinkedIn profile to get more job offers (Fast Company). Are you planning to look for a new job in the new year?
How to reset your life (Becoming Minimalist). “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.”
Will 2020 mark the start of a decade when Americans finally ditch cash and use digital wallets, credit cards? (USA Today). Do you still carry cash?
Charitable children become happy adults, study says (Financial Advisor). One more reason to raise your kids to be generous.
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