Rami Sethi and weekly tidbits

The Friday Bulletin July 26, 2019

Rami Sethi is the author of the bestseller I Will Teach You To Be Rich, and has become a financial guru to millions of readers in their 20s, 30s and 40s.  He started his website when he was a Stanford undergrad in 2004, and now has millions of followers of his blog, newsletter and all his social media.  Some of his views on personal finance run counter to prevailing views and are interesting.  For example, he advocates selective saving to allow for ‘passion’ spending on something special.  He also discusses prenups which he feels are not discussed enough. This interview with Tim Ferriss on the Tim Ferriss Show is very interesting. On You Tube or read the transcript or listen to the podcast.

Ramit Sethi and recipes from Yummly



www.yummly.com is a great recipe finder.  I was looking for a casserole with sausage and after asking me about 5 questions to narrow down my options, I was served over 700 possible recipes. I narrowed them down a bit more and I found two that I love!


Famous people Eileen Fisher and Ramit Sethi



Green Eileen is Eileen Fisher’s contribution to the environment. The company accepts used Eileen Fisher clothing returned to a US Eileen Fisher store or one of their two centers.   Each gently worn item is worth a $5 credit on a rewards card.  Green Eileen sells the used clothing to support programs that empower women and girls. The goal is to reduce consumerism and keep the clothes being worn and not in a landfill.  Green Eileen began in 2013 as an experiment and since then they have collected 160,700 garments and raised $2.2 million for women and girls’ programs.



Glass tables are great outside, but they get dirty, especially when pollen is swirling around.  A friend shared a good tip.  Use a squeegee, just like you would on a window.  Oxo Squeegee.  $14.99


More articles from this week;

Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx

Roberto Burle Marx








What Can Be Recyled Now that China Want Our Plastic?

can plastics be reycled