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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- We really don’t know what we think we know. The Cognitive Biases Tricking Your Brain (The Atlantic – Ben Yagoda)
- “Happiness” is not a thing you can achieve. The constant struggle to find happiness or be happy makes happiness ever more elusive. Trying to be happy is making you miserable. Here’s Why (Time – Jamie Ducharme)
- I have one of these at home… “His” view from home is pretty similar. When He’s 13 (HerViewFromHome – Claudia Caramiello)
- Growth is good. Growth is right. Growth works. While Growth is necessary, it isn’t sufficient to be our sole measure of progress. Happy, Healthy Economy (LongReads – Livia Gershon)
- And, we’ve never had it so good. The Golden Ages from the past just weren’t. Are Things Getting Better or Worse? (New Yorker – Joshua Rothman)
- Money doesn’t promise longevity or retirement happiness… Relationships do. The Most Surprising Top Reason For Retirement Happiness (Forbes – John Wasik)
- The retirement crisis may not be as bad as has been reported. If there is a crisis, it’s a crisis of information. How screwed are you when it’s time to retire? (QZ Money Matters – Allison Schrager)
- Wanting more success with money? It’s simple… it’s not easy. The Keys to Financial Success are Incredibly Mundane (Sorry!) (Morningstar – Christine Benz)
- With inequality at the forefront, I am starting to wonder… Which came first – the focus on financial assets or the position in the wealth strata? Perhaps we should buy less house and more stocks? Many Americans Still Feel the Sting of Lost Wealth (Bloomberg – Noah Smith)