How to be kinder to yourself, 5 smart devices that can prevent major home damage, some advice for serial cancelers, and some thoughts on coronavirus and the stock market. This week’s Fresh Finds.

Do you enjoy making plans with friends, but have a hard time actually keeping them? Here are some insights from psychologist Guy Winch on how you can embrace your inner extravert – and take back your social life.

Did you know that people who practice self-compassion tend to be more motivated and successful over time? Check out this article to find out how you can be kinder to yourself, and work towards a happier, more courageous future in the process.

Worried about a potential stock market crash as coronavirus continues to spread? For a sensible take on the situation, check out this article from the Irrelevant Investor, and this one from the New York Times. They might give you some peace of mind.

If you’ve ever had to deal with a flooded basement or a kitchen fire, you know how expensive these unexpected disasters can be. Here are 5 smart home devices that can alert you to trouble before disaster strikes. You could save thousands of dollars in preventable home damage costs.

Awww of the week: Love at first sight.

See you next week!

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