Profitable Ideas: How to Live More Intentionally, The Truth About Airline Mileage Programs, and More

Weekly roundup of some of the best personal finance articles from around the web.

6 thought-provoking questions to discover a more intentional life (in any area) (Becoming Minimalist). It has a lot to do with what you buy and how.

Your home is not an investment (The Irrelevant Investor). But it probably is your single biggest purchase. For more on this, read Is your home an investment? 

Don’t judge people based on money (The Evidence-Based Investor). When it comes to how well people are doing financially, appearances can be deceiving.

How to prepare your adult children for their inheritance (Gateway Wealth Management). Some good questions to consider, including, “Could this change their life for the worse?”

Investing habits in times of turmoil (Morningstar). The pandemic has changed our habits in many ways, some for the better, some not so much.

Can you hold on to your accumulated wealth? (Financial Times). It’s one thing to build wealth, it’s quite another to hang on to it.

8 tips to work from home and manage time more effectively (World Economic Forum). Good, practical advice on schedules, boundaries, and keeping your cat off your keyboard.

Airline miles programs sure are profitable. Are you the loser? (NY Times). How the airlines rake in money by giving you “free” flights.

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