I like to share motivational articles that encourage people to think more deeply about their relationship with money. For new and old visitors alike, I suggest finding a quiet moment this weekend to enjoy these words.
Starbucks’ Schultz makes it official: Casual shopping is dead | There’s been a shift in store traffic that is both permanent and comprehensive. Does this mean the mall is dying?
For the Love of Money | A former hedge-fund trader says, “In my last year on Wall Street my bonus was $3.6 million – and I was angry because it wasn’t big enough.” Wealth addiction is real.
Millicent Atkins | Alongside names like Mark Zuckerberg and George Soros, Ms. Atkins – a relatively unknown farmer and landowner – surprised everyone by quietly amassing $37.5 million that she donated to three institutions.
At 77, former VP prepares burgers | From a VP job at Oral-B to flipping burgers and handing out free samples for $10/hour, a cautionary tale of what can happen if you don’t save for retirement (he saved $90,000).
Buy less, do more: 5 reasons why experiences make us happier than things | We need to shift away from a culture of materialism and toward one of experientialism, says Stuffocation author James Wallman.
Have a great weekend folks!