As those of you who read this blog regularly are no doubt sick of hearing, I have an ebook coming out next week called What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast. I also had a "normal" book come out three months ago called All the Money in the World. The net result is that today's round-up features a little of both!
House of Peanut reviews All the Money in th… read more »
Laura's note: A version of this column ran in USA Today on Tuesday. Yes, Friday is usually round-up day, but I just got off the red-eye from LAX and this is all I got right now.
Grads, Pursue a Realistic Dream
by Laura Vanderkam
The big headline during recent graduation seasons has been what percentage of mortarboard-sporters will move back home with mom and dad… read more »
For the past 10 weeks, I've been running an informal book club on the blog devoted to All the Money in the World. You can start at any time; there are links to past weeks at the bottom of the post.
Chapter 10 is the last chapter, so I guess this is the last week! Chapter 10 is called "Ode to a Ziploc Bag." For an explanation of why Ziploc bags are so fraught for me, you can r… read more »
I'm running an informal book club devoted to All the Money in the World here on the blog. You can join at anytime; there are links to past weeks' discussions at the bottom of this post.
Chapter 9 is called "Another Way to Invest." I knew that any book on money had to talk about "investing" in some way, shape or form, but I find most investment literature phenomenall… read more »
I'm running an informal book club devoted to All the Money in the World here on the blog. You can start at any time; there are links to past weeks' discussions at the bottom of this post.
Chapter 8 is called "The Selfish Joy of Giving." Broadly, it looks at the intersection of philanthropy and happiness, and specifically gets at the topic through the lens of micro… read more »