Do you work for a boss that you don’t like? It may be having a much larger impact on you than you ever imagined. Recent research has found that a bad boss not only effects you at work, but also how everyone in your family relates to one another, your physical well-being and even an increase risk for heart disease. (read about it here)
People often wonder how people can fall for the many scams out there. In hindsight, most people realize that they should have seen the warning signs, but those that are scamming are playing off of people that are usually in a desperate situation who are searching for a way out. here is an interesting piece from someone that fell for a job scam on Craigslist (read about it here)
OK, I must admit that I have an affection for foraging ever since I discovered it when I was trying to eat well on $1 a day. It appears that Seattle also likes the whole foraging idea and is planning to open up seven acres of public land into a food forest for foragers (read about it here)
I always come enjoy coming across articles that are able to put together financial lessons from unexpected sources such as what the Grateful Dead can teach you about business and personal finance. It includes disrupting old habits, embracing caution and being able to accept your errors. (read about it here)
If you have an interest in what motivates people, you will definitely want to watch this video:
Weekly Money Carnivals
For all those that need some additional reading, there are a lot of money related carnivals out there that highlight the various money related posts in the blogosphere. Here are some that you might want to check out:
- Festival of Frugality hosted at Debt Free By Thirty.
- Carnival of Personal Finance hosted at Well Heeled Blog.
- Totally Money Carnival hosted at Afford Anything.
- Carnival of Financial Planning hosted at Beating Broke.
- Carnival of Retirement hosted at Money Reasons
- Carnival of Financial Camaraderie hosted at My University Money.
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