Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
Every year on August 31st, the residents of Nejapa, El Salvador participate in an event called Bolas de Fuego, in which they throw flaming kerosene-soaked balls at each other in the streets. It started almost 100 years ago as a religious commemoration of a 1658 volcanic eruption. The three-minute clip above gives you a glimpse into the madness.
My Favorite Articles
An interactive guide to portfolio diversification (Minafi)
“Slow FI: When someone utilizes the incremental financial freedom they gain along the journey to financial independence to live happier and healthier lives, do better work, and build strong relationships.” (The Fioneers)
Increasing our happiness at work (Modest Millionaires)
You don’t have to put your life on hold while you’re paying off debt. (Debt Ascent)
Rebranding FIRE: Financial Independence, Recreational Employment (Dr. McFrugal)
The formula for happiness: wanting what you have (Brinker Capital)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
Where is “The Midwest?” CityLab surveyed 12,000+ people to find out. (CityLab)
7 mesmerizing minutes of Malte Marten playing a handpan. (Video)
Visualizing restless sleep by age group (Flowing Data)
An incredible collection of photos of Washington state (The Atlantic)
Nicolas V Sanchez creates mind-blowing lifelike drawings (Instagram)
- How to Live Like a Millionaire Without $1 Million - July 8, 2020
- Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 159 - July 5, 2020
- The Road to My First $7,000/Month in Online Income - July 1, 2020
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