Why create a book reviews page on a financial blog?
One of my 2017 goals is to read 7 books. Follow along my journey as I work to complete them.
For my intellectual goals, I am looking into reading more books. By books, I mean non fiction educational books. I always like to read more and can definitely tell when I’ve been into reading because I’m more alert and quick witted in other areas as well. I am going to try to cover the books I read here on the blog so that you can get a taste for a few new or old books that you might have or not have read.
I truly believe that reading books will help expand my mind beyond just online news and reading other blogs. Consuming different types of media is a great way to build vocabulary, grow reading skills and access different perspectives.
"Today a reader, tomorrow a leader." — Margaret Fuller
Listed below are the book reviews that I've completed from books I've read. I will add more as I read more. Hopefully, over time, this will become a great resource for others looking for new books to read.
Book Reviews I’ve Done
Life not what you expected? Money for Meaning calls us to a more meaningful life through less consumption and more living in a philosophical way.
Raising kids isn’t easy. Kendra Smiley gives 7 choices to help make the playing field a little more even while parenting. Check out my review here.
Learning about money can be a daunting, boring task for some. This book does a great job breaking down those barriers. Check out my thoughts here.
Marriage isn’t always easy, but it’s so worth it. Marriage God’s Way is a book that will call you to lead better & grow your marriage with God at the head.
"Once you learn to read, you will be forever free." — Frederick Douglass
Reading should be something everyone strives to do. There is knowledge in those books that we can gain and principles we can learn and adopt. So, what have you read lately?