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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- My parents had a garden when I was young… I didn’t catch the bug until after 40. I’ll Be Out in the Garden, De-stressing (The NY Times – Huma Yasin)
- I worked summers for Allied Van Lines starting at the age of 13. I made money, but I also learned important life lessons. The Virtues of a Summer Job (NY Times – Minh Uong)
- How do you launch financially savvy kids into the big wide world? A Plan for Your Children Could Save Your Retirement (WSJ – Sue Shellenbarger)
- People are good to each other every single day… and we never hear about it. 25 Every Day Heroes We Could All Learn From (Buzzfeed – Matt Kiebus)
- Should financial health be part of workplace wellness training? The next frontier in workplace wellness: financial health (Reuters – Beth Pinsker)
- Why investing is far more an exercise in temperament than intelligence. Sitting quietly and doing nothing while everyone is buying and selling around you is very, very hard. Patience over timing; humility over selection. The LifeCycle of Greed and Fear (Collaborative Fund – Morgan Housel)
- There are three keys to an excellent portfolio. Everything else is detail. Diversification, Asset Allocation, and Rebalancing (Morningstar – John Rekenthaler)
- The suddenly wealthy blow it more often than not because they have not taught themselves to be rich responsibly. How Not to Invest a Lottery Jackpot (Wealth Management – Olivia Carville)