Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite articles, videos, and podcasts I read, viewed, and listened to over the past week.
My Favorite Video
A two-minute glimpse of life in Myanmar.
My Favorite Articles
How Having Options Can Allow You to Live a More Authentic and Content Life (Mr. Free At 33)
The Fundamental Law of Personal Finance (Bank of the Ozarks)
Live it up like a graduate student and save a fortune (Monevator)
Our emergency fund is exactly $0.00 (Early Retirement Now)
2017 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Letter (Warren Buffett)
My Favorite Podcast Episode
Scott Trench | Set For Life (ChooseFI)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
“Why is it that you can’t fill your blog? Maybe because you think your thoughts are not worth to be published…So get a second blog. A trash-blog. For the bad articles. Just start writing them. Several of my articles were born on my secret trash-blog. Works really well for me.” (Lisa Charlotte Rost)
A simulation to estimate how long until you are seated at a restaurant. (Flowing Data)
“When do the strongest adult musical preferences set in? For women, it’s age 13; for men, it’s a bit later, 14.” (NY Times)
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2 Replies to “Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 36”
Thanks for sharing the link! You found a really classic post from almost 2 years ago! But it’s gotten some attention again recently! 🙂
Have a great Sunday everybody!
I stumbled across it and read through it after someone shared it on Twitter, I didn’t even realize it was an older post of yours. Lots of great points in that article though and it was well worth sharing 🙂