SBV Curated Content | A Weekly Update of Enlightening & Intriguing Information | January 27, 2021

COVID-19 & Your Health

Double-masking is the new masking. (nytimes.com)

What we know, and importantly, don’t know about the variants. (statnews.com)

Vaccines for children are coming, albeit slowly. And will be necessary for herd immunity. (theatlantic.com)

The second generation Covid vaccines are coming. (scientificamerican.com)

Side effects are a sign that the vaccines are working. (behavioralscientist.org)

What does a more contagious virus mean for schools? (nytimes.com)

“In a car these days with someone else? Open the windows.” (nytimes.com)

Your Finances & other Wealth Management links

HumbleDollar’s Bill Ehart spent time with financial author Ben Carlson—and came away with five key insights.

Businesses, Stock Markets & the Economy

Ten Market ‘Predictions’ to Count on in 2021 (TEBI)

The Environment & ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance) Investing

Visualizing Countries by Share of Earth’s Surface (Visual Capitalist)

How New Zealand increased recycling rates with recognition not rewards. (reasonstobecheerful.world)

Regenerative farming is both an opportunity for farmers and the planet. (indystar.com)

Your Physical & Mental Well-being

Seth Godin, “Busy is simply a series of choices about how to spend the next minute.” (seths.blog)

How to write shorter e-mails. (artofmanliness.com)

The Boy Whose Head Was Filled with Stars: The Inspiring Illustrated Story of How Edwin Hubble Revolutionized Our Understanding of the Universe (brainpickings)

 

This Week’s Serendipity

Take a New Virtual Reality Tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (openculture)

 

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