Category: All the Money – the book

Round-up: Reviews, interviews, etc.

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 »

The key to financial happiness? Less house

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 »

ATM Book Club Week 11 (Chapter 10)

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 »

ATM Book Club Week 10 (Chapter 9)

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 »

ATM Book Club Week 9 (Chapter 8)

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 »