Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
Before the days of photography, fishermen in Japan would immortalize their big catch with gyotaku, or fish prints. Today, Naoki Hayashi, is continuing the practice in Hawaii by painting freshly caught fish with non-toxic paint, then pressing them onto paper.
My Favorite Finance Articles
Does the perfect job exist? (RadReads)
Who you are is NOT defined by what you do (Slowly Sipping Coffee)
Is it ever a good idea to work for free? (Money the Wright Way)
Are you checking your portfolio too often? (Investment Master Class)
Visualizing the growth of an investment in the 10 hottest stocks since 2000 (HowMuch)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
A fun interactive site that shows the size of various objects in space. (Neal)
How likely are you to die doing what you love? Here’s one way to look at it, based on mortality rate per participation hour. (Chess In The Air)
A 70-foot long section of sidewalk is now paved with yellow bricks to mark the former home of Frank Baum, author of “The Wizard of Oz.” (Colossal)
Visualizing the evolution of the tiny home movement (Visual Capitalist)
Marathon tips from my friend Syd (Semi-Rad)
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