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Masterpost 04: Everything You Need to Know about Repairing Our Busted-Ass World

{ MASTERPOST } Everything You Need to Know about Repairing Our Busted-Ass World

You know us, babies. We’re not just finance bloggers, we’re cool finance bloggers.

We try to approach the topic of money and economics with a tiny smidge of compassion for people who aren’t making six figures a year. You know: almost everyone.

This also involves interrogating the reasons why some people make a fuckton of money and others struggle to get by. Which naturally leads to speculation on how we can all make the world a better place for everyone.

As a result, we’ve famously published some opinions on the intersection of SJW-dom and money-dom. We’re financial feminists, and we want you to know all about it! Whether you like it or not!

So here’s a collection of our misandrist, socialist, SJW, race-betraying, gay-agenda-having opinions. If there’s a topic we haven’t covered below, or if we have more to learn on any of these topics (spoiler alert: we definitely do), leave us a comment to let us know!

On poverty:

Starting from nothing

Understanding why people are poor

Developing compassion for poor people

Correcting income inequality

On intersectional social issues:

Reproductive rights

Gender equality

Queer issues

Racial justice

Youth issues

Identifying and combatting abuse

On mental health:

Understanding mental health issues

Coping with mental health issues

On saving the planet:

Changing the system

Shopping smarter

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5 thoughts to “{ MASTERPOST } Everything You Need to Know about Repairing Our Busted-Ass World”

  1. A shout out from Sweden. Really enjoying your blog and podcast.

    I found your blog via your epic post “Get Busy Living or Get Busy Dying: Finance Philosophy Explained by The Shawshank Redemption”.

    Keep on rockin!

  2. I’m fairly new to your blog, and I literally just binged on a bunch of these articles. I’m loving the titles, the content, the attitude! All your writing on how the corporate world works spoke to me in particular, which is something I’ve reflected on quite often recently. I’m now going to binge-read some more!

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