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Building wealth starts with out-thinking your emotions — here are 5 mental traps standing in your way
"Dollars and Sense," a new book by behavioral economist Dan Ariely and Jeff Kreisler, offers insight into the psychological pitfalls holding us back.
Agatha Christie’s personal notebook full of story ideas, drafts, and sketches is going on display for the first time
The manuscript is the author's only known notebook outside of her estate's private collection.
Jesse Mecham, author of "You Need a Budget," says you should dedicate funds to specific types of financial crises, instead of having one generic emergency fund.
Jesse Mecham, author of "You Need a Budget," says unplanned expenses are never really a surprise. Budget for them in advance and you'll make life easier.
Esther Perel, author of "The State of Affairs," says couples sometimes reconnect emotionally in the wake of infidelity — in a way that they haven't in years.
The woman behind decluttering trend ‘Swedish death cleaning’ asks a simple question to decide what to throw away
In "The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning," Margareta Magnusson recommends considering how much meaning an object will have to others — not just to you.
The newest decluttering craze is ‘Swedish death cleaning,’ which hinges on the fact that friends and family won’t want your junk whe...
"The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning" guides readers in organizing and winnowing down their possessions — in preparation for their demise.
Fellow Stanford graduate and fraternity member Billy Gallagher has written a book about Evan Spiegel and Snapchat.
Dorie Clark, author of "Entrepreneurial You," recommends diversifying your income and career so you're protected against the unexpected.
Malcolm Gladwell, an author and podcast host, praised "Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: A Saga of Race and Family" by Gary Pomerantz.