All the Money – the book

The question of clutter

I’ll be joining Lorie of The Clutter Diet tonight for a conference call on money, stuff and happiness. You can register for the call here. I know we have over 80 people signed up already, so please come join the party! If you want to ask a question, you can post it on Twitter to @clutterdiet.
So what is the link between money, stuff and happiness? In the cours… read more »

ATM Book Club: Week 1 (intro)

For the next two months or so, I’ll be running a very informal book club here at the blog, working through the chapters of All the Money in the World: What the Happiest People Know About Getting and Spending. In future weeks, I’ll link back to previous book club posts, so you can jump in at any point.
This week, I’ll start at the beginning (whic… read more »

Round-up: News and press from this week

Yesterday was the official launch date of All the Money in the World. It’s always exciting to send a book out into the world and see what happens. The first thing that happened is that Amazon sold out. So if you tried to order through Amazon, please know that they are getting more copies right now. Kindle copies are, of course, unlimited. And all the other r… read more »

What happy people know about money

Today is launch day for All the Money in the World. A lot has changed on this blog since my last launch day, for 168 Hours in 2010 (here’s the “Hello World” post on that, which I think is worth a read, but I’m biased). That book brought a lot of opportunities into my life, including the chance to write this book.
But, like many opportunities, writing Al… read more »

Why retire?

The markets have been rallying since October, slowly building a cushion around shaken nest eggs. That sounds like good news for baby boomers approaching retirement age. With 401ks bolstered by a bull run, the question of at what age people can afford to retire no longer returns an answer of “never” on financial advisors’ handy calculators.
But here… read more »