Best Things I’ve Read this Week (Aug 13 – Aug 20)
- Posted by chicagosean
- on August 20th, 2010
It is my attempt to share great blog/mainstream media posts I’ve read each week. One thing I’ve noticed, however, is that many of the great things I’ve read (especially this week) have already been shared by many of the great bloggers I follow. So, I’ll refrain from rehashing most of the great things this week you’ve probably already seen and instead list some great posts that may be a little bit off the beaten path for most financial bloggers:
- Investors Business Daily had a great editorial discussing how Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” is basically today’s handbook to know exactly what is happening to our country and what is in store for its future.
- Money can buy happiness. Though it is experiences, not stuff, that is the true key to happiness: via Get Rich Slowly
- Reminding us there is more to life than money: Joe Fahmy’s American Dream
- But because money is still important, here is some great money advice from our resident weakonomist with an interesting twist.
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