Every week I like to feature a few frugal articles that caught my eyes. Curl up in your favorite reading nook and enjoy. Hopefully these encourage you to live frugal lives!
The $179 Million Picasso That Explains Global Inequality by Neil Irwin
Who knew that the art world could be a perfect analogy for income and wealth inequality? In this brilliant New York Times article, the author explains how an atmospheric art world is going bonkers. There are more billionaires than ever, and they’re spending money with wanton abandon.
Why I Gave Up a $95,000 Job to Move to the Caribbean and Scoop Ice Cream by Noelle Hancock
This story gets filed under the category of inspirational. Noelle risked it all by quitting her “successful” job in New York City for an island in the Caribbean. In this brilliant little memoir, she shares what led her to take the leap and how she’s been managing.
21 Surprising Statistics That Reveal How Much Stuff We Actually Own by Joshua Becker
With a highly viral name like this, it’s no wonder why it already has nearly 200 comments! Joshua struck a gold mine by highlighting some of society’s worst offenses.
Hack America: Field Notes from the Road by Blk Shp
Every week I note a few articles about frugality, incomes, wealth, and more. This article is a little departure from all that jazz. It’s an inspired piece of writing that captures the essence of America in a fresh, hip, fun new light. Especially loved the focus about outsiders, but don’t want to spoil it here! Go read it.