Pretty good this week :)
Half-way through April: Golden Week is a welcome sight as it approaches!
Here are this week's links:
An entrepreneurial millionaire interview.
Writing, briefly. Paul Graham on writing.
Is college worth the cost? I guess it depends, eh?
A down to earth millionaire interview.
The disturbing high modernism of Silicon Valley. What motivates Facebook?
Why are we surprised when would be early retirees have second thoughts? Just because you are FI doesn't mean you have to RE...
The greatest secret between debt and wealth. Debt is bad, mkay?
High numbers of elderly Japanese women will soon live in poverty. Pretty grim stuff.
Short and sweet. I really enjoyed these snippets from Jonathan Clements.
Your margin of safety has gone missing. Or perhaps not? Does investing globally help?
A late starter millionaire interview.
Are travel loans a good idea? Not likely ;)
Recommendations vs. guidelines. Really interesting insight from medicine. I can already see how to apply it to personal finance and teaching.
Some things I am pretty sure about. Another great list from Morgan Housel.
How to pick a career (that actually fits you). A new Wait But Why post! I understand why they only publish one every eighteen months or so now -they are approximately six million words long...
How to stop procrastinating using the 70% rule. I am paralysed by procrastination, so always happy to read about it... wait a minute.
These ain't yo mama's frugality tips. They seem perfectly reasonable though.
How much I know. If you know how bad you are, maybe you're not all that bad...
Cracking the wallet. Apparently there is such a thing as being too frugal ;)
What did you think? Anything good in there?