Financial Friday Round-Up: February 1 – February 5, 2021
Welcome to the latest Financial Friday Round-Up, our weekly column filled with the best things for you to read, watch or listen to regarding finance around the web. Below you will find advice on relieving money anxiety, one entrepreneur’s digital success story, a reading list for Black History Month, and more.
People often overlook our mental relationship with money when teaching strategies for finding financial security. It is not all about budgeting and saving, it is also about how our money influences our moods (and vice versa). This piece from Kiplinger offers some helpful advice on how to separate your money from your mind, alleviating money anxiety in the process.
How This Entrepreneur Digitally Transformed Her Business And Helped Her Customers Generate $2.1M In Revenue
This inspiring profile from Forbes focuses on the story of Bianca Robinson and how she used small steps to achieve her ambitions of starting a bookkeeping business. Read more for insight on the digital strategy that revolutionized the business she built on her own.
13 Eye-Opening Essays and Articles From Black Writers to Read to Understand America’s Problems With Race
Business Insider put together this amazing reading list of writers for Black History Month to promote education, empathy, and understanding in the growing diversity of the business world. This essential list features pieces from Ida B. Wells, Ta-Nehisi Coates, James Baldwin, and many other luminaries of the Black literary community.
You might expect insurance premiums to have risen after a full year of a pandemic, but you would be wrong — premiums actually fell during 2020, continuing a trend that has been going for years. This piece from Money explains the reasons why now is a good time to buy and when we might expect prices to rise in the future.