Monday Reads – 21/09

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Articles on History, Science, Music and Psychology make up this week’s list:

The Psychology of Money – A long article (also a book) that looks at the flaws and biases that pop up when people deal with money. “…investing is not the study of finance. It’s the study of how people behave with money.

How to Be More Present & Alive in the Moment – A few tips to be present in the moment and get better at getting things done.

The Himalayan invention powered by pine needles – ‘In Uttarakhand, in the western Himalayas, a local inventor discovered an unusual use for pine needles that is reviving the local economy, and the forest floor.

New York’s last great jazz parlour – Just a lovely story connecting music, history and people. “All of us matter. Every piece of our individual story matters, the colours of our flag matter. All of it matters.

Thripunithura and the History of the Kingdom of Kochi – A few articles about the history of my hometown in Kerala, written by a relative of mine.

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