For my fellow Mets/Jets fans out there, it is certainly a dark time. The Mets season ended yesterday with them missing the playoffs yet again. The Jets dropped to 0-3 and look like the worst team in football. The only silver linings for each team are the impending sale of the Mets to billionaire Steve Cohen and the (hopefully) impending termination of Adam Gase as the Jets head coach. It’s nice to have something to root for, right?
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- On last week’s episode of the podcast, I took a look at how everyday people are saving for retirement. A recent post from Think Advisor shed some light onto the subject, and I let listeners know what it means to them.
- Posts like this from Morgan are why he is truly one of the best out there. He shares some rules that he’s learned in life and provides a brief context into what each of them mean. Another can’t miss post from Morgan.
- As Ben outlines in one of his latest posts, we anchor our thoughts to numbers that we’re given – even if they’re meaningless. This applies to housing prices, historical dates, and definitely the stock market.
- An inspirational piece from Tony talks about the depths of despair that swept over New York City (and the rest of the US) when the pandemic set in, and the lesson of hope that gardening has taught him.