Being upwardly mobile can come at a cost to people’s relationships with the family, friends, and community they grew up with.
Joe PinskerI recently spoke with @jennifermmorton, who argues in her new book that the standard American narrative about upward mobility underestimates its costs. Here's my interview with her in @TheAtlantic
“It’s not just how much you have—it’s what you do with it,” says one researcher who studies money and happiness.
Joe PinskerI wrote about a question I've thought about a lot while looking at research on money and happiness: Under what circumstances do people feel like they have enough? My latest in @TheAtlantic
Stretched for time, some households are starting to operate more like businesses.
Joe PinskerProductivity software has come to the modern home: @TaylorLorenz and I talked to a bunch of people who use Slack, Asana, and the like to keep their households running smoothly. Our piece in @TheAtlantic