Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 149

Four Pillar Freedom


Sunday is for Sharing features my favorite links from the past week.


My Favorite Video

One man shares his experience with scooping up a jar of mud and water from a local pond, sealing it up, and attempting to make a sealed ecosophere on his window sill. This seems like a neat little experiment that anyone could do during quarantine.

My Favorite Finance Articles

The fallacy of happiness and meaningful work (Clipping Chains)

“History suggests that it’s kind of pointless to agonize over fine-tuned asset allocations and portfolio selections.  My near-obsession with stocks over the last 20 years made nearly zero difference in my investing outcome today.” (Mindfully Investing)

“[My life is] simple because I know what’s important to me and what isn’t. I know what I’m working toward and what’s outside my scope.” (City Frugal)

“Frugality doesn’t leave me feeling restricted, it makes me feel free.” (Financial Mechanic)

A list of unique ways that people make money on weekends (Budgets Are Sexy)

Miscellaneous Links I Liked

Greg Olijnyk makes amazing things using only cardboard and glue (Instagram)

This 18-minute walking video through a Japanese garden in bloom is sure to put you in a relaxed mood (Brooklyn Botanic Garden)

How to make ice cream without an ice cream machine (MilkMade Ice Cream)

A list of 30 underrated films to watch during quarantine (The Atlantic)

Reimagining “Where’s Waldo” in an age of social distancing (Instagram)


Zach

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