Weekly roundup of recommended personal finance articles from around the web.
Record 50.4M American adults plan to water $16B on Super Bowl (Front Office Sports). Sports betting is becoming ever more normalized. I’m not a fan. See also, I treat people with gambling disorder — and I’m starting to see more and more young men who are betting on sports (The Conversation). And see, A psychologist explains why some people get hooked on sports betting apps (Fast Company).
Why do more buying choices cause unhappiness? (Psychology Today). On the benefits of becoming a “satisficer.”
Majority of teens feel unprepared to finance their future (savingforcollege.com). Parents, talk to your kids about money. (Help is on the way!)
What does it look like to be financially healthy? (The Long Game). A good list, but it’s missing something: You’re living generously.
21 life-changing minimalist experiments to try in your home (Becoming Minimalist). Lots of good first or next steps toward a simpler life.
Financial tips every young adult should hear (Relevant Magazine). The least expensive option may not be the most cost-effective option, and other lessons.
Research-backed ways to share generosity with family (FaithFi). To have raised generous kids seems like a worthy legacy to pursue.
The ‘Great Resignation’ is now the ‘Great Regret’ (Yahoo Finance). Words of wisdom for those who are thinking about making a job change.
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