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
The Bear and Wolf Discovery Center in Montana uses large grizzlies to test bear-resistant products. If the bears are unable to break into a cooler or trashcan in one hour, they get the grizzly seal of approval.
My Favorite Articles
The Winning Ticket to Financial Freedom Isn’t a Game of Chance (Portfolio Charts)
30 Lessons on Life, Money, and Happiness Learned at My 30th College Reunion (The Atlantic)
10 Reasons I Regret My Big Dumb House (Side Hustle Scrubs)
Why I Moved Back Home (Stupid Young Money)
Everything I Know About Minimalism I Learned from the Zombie Apocalypse (Bitches Get Riches)
The world is much better; The world is awful; The world can be much better (Our World in Data)
Peter Lynch on Market History (Novel Investor)
U.S. Household Income Brackets and Percentiles in 2018 (DQYDJ)
Our $160 Monthly Food Bill (Rethink the Rat Race)
My Favorite Podcast Episode
Building the Habits Necessary to Succeed as a Founder of a Business (Indie Hackers)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
I sent fakes of myself to be on TV around the world (Video)
Growing up in a house full of books is major boost to literacy and numeracy, study finds (The Guardian)
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