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No matter how much money you have, there is a risk of social comparison. It can cause people with money to do less than they could.
Instead, it would help if you asked what meaning a life of wealth should have. Our responsibility and opportunity are to make the world a better place.
Most people start by listing the superficial trappings of living well - homes, cars, trips. But when people are allowed to think further, they realize they want those things with good friends, or good family relationships.
Considering what living well means guides your choices. It gets people to think about how they want to be involved in the world.
Michael Liersch, head of advice and growth strategies at Wells Fargo Private Bank, points out three questions to ask:
These conversations set the stage to get answers and ideas to discuss.
When money is a barrier to connecting you with other people, it is a problem.
Our silence around money makes it more powerful than us. For example, if you are not invited to an event because your friend is afraid you want the expensive seats. The ability to talk about money can clear potential problems.
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Bananas and grapes are delicious fruits but they contain high amounts of fiber and natural sugar (fructose). When we eat these fruits it can give us a sugar spike or commonly known as sugar rush.
You can still eat them but eat them sparingly and try other variants of fruit instead.
If you're opting to go on a low sugar diet, dried fruits may not be the best suitable choice for you.
Dried fruit is a great snack as long as you're aware of how much of it you are eating. It's packed with nutrients but the drying process removes the water and concentrates a lot of the sugar in a small bite.