Keeping up with everything on the web is impossible, and who needs the additional stress of even trying?
Here’s an eclectic sampling of my recent interesting reads you might have missed.
Psychology of Money
Len Penzo on why it’s best to make a decision, and keep moving, and avoid analysis paralysis when it comes to your finances
Over at Sunburnt Saver, Melissa gives some good advice on surviving your engagement
Feeling a little squeezed financially the last 8 years, and you’re not sure why? Here’s a stark summary from Of Two Minds of the current socioeconomic trends and problems facing the vanishing “middle class” in America.
Some very serious people now talking seriously about helicopter money (printing money and giving it directly to the people). Seriously.
Another great analysis by Doug Short, this time on the state of unemployment and underemployment in the US, which gives a clear insight into why unemployment is “low” but the economy is still suffering.
Brian over at Debt Discipline gives a reminder that product distribution is key to success with an update on the woman who turned her side hustle into a thriving business thanks to GoDaddy and their SuperBowl ad.
If you’re a cord-cutter like me, you’re likely a huge Netflix fan. If you haven’t heard, Netflix is planning to raise their rates $1 to $9.99/month for new customers. Sure beats $100/month for cable though. Fortunately, existing customers will have a grace period before the new rates apply, yet another reason to sign up now before the rates increase. And worth noting, Roku just announced the Roku 4 player – top billing on my Christmas list!
Comment below with your thoughts on any of these articles, and your suggested reads.
Image of book pages in a heart courtesy of nile.