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March 8, 2019 - Great articles from the web on money and your life.

Groceries Brexit too

Groceries Brexit too

Ahead of Brexit, Brits are changing their shopping behaviours. With uncertainty looming, some supermarket produce is no longer available and many have started bringing lunches to work to save on eating out. Our everyday choices reflect bigger market movements.

Think slow

Think slow

Big decisions require lots of information, right? But even if we’d have all the information that could inform our decisions, doesn’t mean we’ll use it. We have a tendency to make snap decisions and we don’t often recognise these rushed judgements, preferring to believe we really thought things through.

Try forgetting that

Try forgetting that

If it’s easier to recognise the phone number of your local pizza restaurant than your grandma, you aren’t alone. Behavioural science explains how jingles tap into our intuitive, automatic thinking, playing on memories and emotions to make information easier to remember.

Jessica Exton
Jessica Exton

Behavioural scientist at ING
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