Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
“Deep within Navajo Nation, scattered across a dusty, sagebrush-filled desert, three relatives share their homemade golf course with the community.”
My Favorite Finance Articles
How you can live your best life without a lot of money (One Frugal Girl)
The best and worst thing about financial independence (Mad Fientist)
What I’ve learned after 4 years of early retirement (Physician on FIRE)
“Rather than doing one big thing that will save $200 this year, focus on modifying something that will save you $0.50 each time you do it, but do that thing every day, so that it adds up to about $200 a year in savings.” (The Simple Dollar)
“People with the drive and high function to achieve financial independence early aren’t the type of people who are going to do nothing for the rest of their lives. They continue working or creating new things in different ways.” (School of Financial Freedom)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
Adam Hillman arranges random objects in neat patterns. (Instagram)
This graph isn’t surprising, but it’s still fascinating to look at: the impact of smartphones on camera sales (Data is Beautiful)
A hilarious map that shows the United States of America from an “Alaskan perspective” (Reddit)
A cool interactive map that shows the 100 largest private landowners in the U.S. (Bloomberg)
The housing density and cramped living conditions in Hong Kong is mind-boggling (china SMACK)
Part of the reason ‘paint and sip’ studios are so popular is because they force adults to create paintings under a time constraint, which means they don’t have time to overanalyze and overthink; they just create. (AP News)
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