The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Office Art Edition

My office is slowly being decorated with art from my children.

It started simple. I had a Post-It note on my computer screen from my two oldest children in which they each wrote “DAD I LOVE YOU.”

Then my oldest son spent a very long time drawing an elaborate scene in which various superheroes were doing battle against a single supervillain (which looked a lot like Doctor Octopus).

When I hung that up, my daughter had to one-up it with this wonderful rainbow heart.

The art battle rages on and the walls of my office are slowly filling up.

Why Equality in Relationships and Finances Might Not Work for Everyone Equality doesn’t mean that everyone has to be equal. It means that everyone has an equal opportunity and the distinction is made based on skill and desire, not based on things like gender. (@ young and thrifty)

The Art of Doing Less Many people get the impression that managing one’s money takes a lot of time and effort. It really doesn’t have to. (@ watson inc.)

The Grass Isn’t Always Greener (part 2 and part 3) This was an amazing story about the twists and turns that a career can take. The real lesson? Money isn’t everything when it comes to employment. (@ the family finances)

Opportunity Cost The stuff you miss has a cost. When you choose to do one thing, you’re also choosing not to do other things. That’s a real cost. (@ seth godin)

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