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Here’s what we wanted to share with you this week.
Sustainable Funds: How to Invest Without Killing the Planet. [Bravely Go] — “If you’re someone who care about clean water, fair pay, animal welfare, or worker’s rights, you’re probably interested in making your financial plan sustainable as well. You can use an ethical bank, shop local, and yes, invest in sustainable funds! But like…what’s the deal with them? How do they work? Are the secretly BS?” (Submitted by Tarsha.)
Top 5 Tips for School Shopping on a Budget. [The Frugal Expat] –. “It’s that time of year again. As August rolls around, parents, children, and teachers start thinking about school again. With school comes supplies and new clothes for the fall…Here are the five top tips for getting through this school shopping season without breaking the bank.” (Submitted by Tarsha.)
My Twelve Rules for Life. [Russ Roberts] – “Whoever has the most toys, wins” is not one of my twelve rules for life. There are many things that are more important than accumulating material well-being, especially when you’re young and a little tougher. Take the job that uses your skills and that enhances those skills over the job that pays more. And take the job that makes you feel good about what you’re accomplishing for others over the one that doesn’t.” (Submitted by Jim Wang.)
Our 90-day cruise experience. [FI Heroes] — “We spent the last three months living on a cruise ship. That’s right, we finally made our Value Cruising dreams come true! We booked eight back-to-back cruise itineraries on one ship that started its journey in Florida and ended in London. Since leaving the U.S. back in April we have visited 43 different cities across 15 different countries.” (Submitted J.D Roth.)