Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.
A practical guide to making children a part of your minimalist lifestyle (The Better India). The best way to cut down on kid-stuff clutter (and all the rest of your extra stuff).
How to claim your $25 from Apple’s battery slowdown settlement (Forbes). You can file a claim for each qualifying phone.
15 ways to be happy (Humble Dollar). Here are the strongest connections between money and happiness.
50 ways to save money on things you thought you could never save on (Money Ning). There’s bound to be a money-saving idea or two you can use on this list.
Circular fashion: What’s the difference between recycling, upcycling, downcycling, and resaling? (Ecocult). Sustainable steps to take when it no longer fits or it’s no longer in fashion.
Modern families: multigenerational households are on the rise, thanks to financial and emotional benefits (USA Today). Harkening back to a bygone era.
Tuition insurance and coronavirus: What to know before you buy it for your college student’s fall semester (Money). Do you need this extra protection during the pandemic?
Push, pull, and changing jobs in the middle of a pandemic (Eric Geiger). Yes, it’s possible to change jobs even now, but check your motivations.
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