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Weekend Reading: Money And Productivity - August 5, 2016

Date: Friday, August 5, 2016 7:15 AM EDT

Happy Friday everyone!

I’ve been reading all kinds of things.

I’ve read a couple books this week, and over 20 book summaries on Blinkist – I still love that site.

Here’s what I have for you this week…

I’ve been working on updating many things around here. Because of that, I’ve had some guest author pick up the slack, and they did a great job. I published a couple awesome guest posts this week:

I’m not sure what the deal was with all the “20s” is the articles this week, but anyways…here’s what I’ve found around the web:

How Not to Die Hungry: Turn Your 401(k) Into a Pension (Bloomberg) – Just saving money for retirement isn’t enough. Ben explains how you have to have enough money, and then how you can turn you 401(k) into a pension that pays.

52 Lies You Must Ignore to Become Filthy Rich (LifeHack) – This is one of those “don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t do something” kind of articles, and I love it.

The Exponential Benefits of Minimalism (Break the Twitch) – Anthony’s story of how minimalism provided things he never could have imagined.

How $5,000 Can Turn Into $1,000,000 for Retirement (Young Adult Money) – A great example of compound interestat work.

What Contribution Taught Me About Connection (And Why I refuse to Love Faith in Humanity) (Live Your Legend) – A great story about giving. Giving isn’t all about money.

This is How to Find Happiness: 6 Proven Secrets From Research (Barking Up the Wrong Tree) – This article caught my attention, because I read it just a couple days after I published my recent article on happiness. It’s a great read.

What have you been reading this week?

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