Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
How to develop better habits in 2020 (Ryan Holiday). How some little changes can lead to big results.
How ‘dark patterns’ influence travel bookings (BBC). Marketing keeps getting more scientific. Knowing a little about how it works can help you make better spending decisions.
Successful v. useful: Lessons on teaching from Jim Collins and Peter Drucker (Dave Stuart, Jr.). There’s a lot here—about the pursuit of success, wise money management, humility, and more.
The surprising psychology behind being rich (BBC). Money can do funny things to us.
Should you sell a car and share one car as a family? (Take Charge of Your Money). An idea very few even consider that can have a big impact on your cash flow.
Seven small things you can do to grow your career (ESI Money). Your career is like a goose that lays golden eggs. Take care of it.
How to freeze your credit (CNBC). In an era when identity theft is very common, putting your credit file on ice is a good idea. Here’s how.
Three theories for why you have no time (The Atlantic). If you often feel like there’s never enough time to do all that you need or want to do, these may be the culprits.
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