Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
Henry Diltz recounts his experience as an official photographer at Woodstock. It’s hilarious how unplanned both Diltz’s experience and the festival both were.
My Favorite Articles
How to make work feel like play (RadReads)
What is your rainy day project? (Minafi)
“I don’t think of self-reliance in early retirement as a burden. Certainly it takes energy to plan my own schedule, find my own activities, think about my own personal development, and find my own community. But this is a trade off that I was willing to take in exchange for the freedom of being retired.” (The Dragons on FIRE)
Honest pros and cons of living a nomadic lifestyle (Nomad Numbers)
My Bill Murray approach to working in retirement (Leisure Freak)
Smashing 6 figures of debt & learning from what doesn’t apply to me (She Picks Up Pennies)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
The Most Dangerous Writing App. If you stop typing for more than a few seconds, all your progress will be lost. (The Most Dangerous Writing App)
I really love these minimalist “maps” of cities designed by Peter Gorman (Barely Maps)
Cinta Vidal makes neat 3-D paintings (Cinta Vidal)
Fun fact: The massive hit show The Office was almost cancelled after season one because Michael’s character actually wasn’t very likable or funny. This video shows how the production team tweaked his character in various ways to make the show significantly better. (Video)
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His favorite place to find new personal finance articles to read is Collecting Wisdom, a site that collects the best personal finance articles floating around the web on a daily basis.
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