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Author Hallam, Andrew (Teacher), author.

Title Balance : how to invest and spend for happiness, health, and wealth / Andrew Hallam.

Publication Info. [Vancouver, British Columbia] : Page Two, [2022]


Location Call No. Status
 Bristol, Main Library - Non Fiction  332.024 HALLAM    On Holdshelf
 Cheshire Public Library - New Materials  NEW PERSONAL FINANCE 332.024 HALLAM    DUE 03-01-23
Description 265 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents The grim reaper asks : what do you value more, your stuff or your life? -- Would you say no to a high-paying job? : binding happiness, health, income and location -- Your real superpower : building social relationships to live better and longer -- Who are you going to follow? : learning from gratitude -- Afford anything, but not everything : spending decisions that are worth a million dollars -- Bathrooms and the markets : daily routines that help you make money -- Don't let a financial advisor pour water in your trumpet : hidden fees drown out returns -- Set it and forget it : hands-off investing boosts happiness and profits -- How well do you know yourself? the challenge of picking up a portfolio allocation that will keep you on track -- Happy planet, happy people : socially responsible investing and spending can help save the planet -- From little acorns... : helping your children succeed -- Rethink retirement : boos well-being and longevity in your golden years.
Summary "In this illuminating guide to living a financially healthier and happier life, bestselling author and finance journalist Andrew Hallam demonstrates how you can optimize your income for maximum happiness by investing responsibility and living according your values. He shows you how to enjoy life more and stress less, and use money to care for the environment and help your children succeed--while defining "success" in a way that works for you. Drawing on behavioral science and evidence-based investing, he shows you how to start framing success in a way that actually brings happiness, not stress, into your life. Balance results when your money, connection, health, and purpose are all aligned."--Page [4] of cover.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-256) and index.
Subject Finance, Personal.
Investments -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals.
Self-help publications.
ISBN 9781774580752 (paperback)
1774580756 (paperback)
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