Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web.
Why is Matt Damon shilling for crypto? (NY Times). Why invest in something you may not understand? Because it’s what brave people do? Ah, no.
What fast fashion costs the world (Experience). It used to be that good stewardship meant buying what’s inexpensive. But there’s more to it than that.
What is your edge? (Mutual Fund Observer). Great post on the education of an investor.
Investment journey (The Financial Body Guard). Some helpful reminders after a tough start to the year in the markets.
7 questions you can ask God about giving (Eternal Perspective Ministries). Good questions to ask ourselves. Even better to ask God.
Quick guide to raising money-smart kids in 2022 (One Cent at a Time). Some good ideas — of course, the last one is the most important one.
How we’re establishing a family money philosophy with our kids (Frugal Woods). I really like how this blogger is working money lessons into the natural rhythms of life.
The people deciding to ditch their smartphones (BBC). They’re not very smart if they take you away from what matters most.
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