CK Links--Friday April 8, 2016


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First, a couple of easy recipes that caught my eye this week:
Easy Slow Cooker Cuban Black Beans. (The Full Helping)

Easy Slow Cooker Asian Short Ribs. (Damn Delicious)

Half of the sugar we consume is in foods we didn't know had it. (Cornell Magazine)

Philadelphia doesn't even try to use obesity as a reason to sell voters on a new soda tax. Wait, so these taxes were only about the money all along? (New York Times)

Why an award-winning, multi-book published author still isn't quitting her day job. (Kameron Hurley)

A few different ways to think about the 4% Rule. (Root of Good)

Related: "So... how much money, really, does a person need to retire?" Are you sure you want the answer? (Casual Kitchen)

Also Related: Your retirement requires working much longer. (Real Clear Markets) Note: devotees of Mister Money Mustache and Early Retirement Extreme should instantly see several fallacies in this post.

Why is it so hard to persuade people with the facts? (BPS Research Digest)

The Bhutanese culture's unexpected secret to happiness. (BBC Travel)

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