Happy Saturday everyone! Today I'm excited to be providing you with a book list you can use for the recent graduate in your life, and a giveaway of some of these amazing books! Know someone graduating from high school, college, or a masters/PhD? Each life stage requires a different level of financial knowledge. The person … Continue reading Top Seven Books Money Books for Recent Graduates Plus a Giveaway!
When I went to the library the other day, I noticed there were two different options for classic best-selling personal finance books that had been newly updated. One was The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach, and the other was this book - Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties. The author … Continue reading Get A Financial Life – Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties – Beth Kobliner (Plus Bonus Ferris Bueller)
Good morning everyone, and happy Saturday! After my rant last week about how all personal finance basics books are the same, I decided to take a break this week from doing my own book reviews. If I'm getting to the point where reading another book triggers a rant, it must be time to regroup and … Continue reading Saturday Reading with Our Financial Path
Have you ever wondered if all the technology we use is spoiling us? Would things be better if we lived a simpler life, more like our ancestors did, with no electricity and no non-human or non-animal powered machines? That's the idea that Eric Brende explores in his book "Better Off - Flipping the Switch on … Continue reading Better Off – Flipping the Switch on Technology
Don't let FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) rule your financial life. That's the basic premise of Rachel Cruze's latest book, "Love Your Life, Not Theirs - 7 Money Habits For Living the Life You Want". In the book, she talks about her struggles with seeing all her friends going on nice vacations, getting great new … Continue reading Love Your Life, Not Theirs – A Book About FOMO