Jean Chatzky's Money Rules Book Review

Money Rules Book

Tweet You are probably already familiar with Jean Chatzky if you pay attention to the world of personal finance, but for a little background she is the financial editor of NBC’s Today Show and the personal finance contributor for Prevention and Newsweek magazines. And while you’ll see her advice a lot on TV and in […]

500 Things To Do Before You Kick the Bucket Review

500 Things to Do Before You Kick the Bucket Book

Tweet I like to think of myself as a fairly adventurous kind of gal. That’s why I had to buy Donald Vaughan’s 500 Things To Do Before You Kick the Bucket from Kinko’s yesterday. Although I am trying to phase out paperback books in general (I just bought an ebook reader and want more space […]

Where Frugal Writers Turn For Inspiration

Tweet As a writer, I know how costly my profession can be.  From workshops and conferences to special software for my computer, every purchase adds up and cuts into my already tight budget. I’m a big fan of self-learning.  I am particularly fond of books like New World Library’s A Writer’s Book Of Days: A […]

Q&A With Kimberly Palmer, Author of Generation Earn

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Tweet Kimberly Palmer is the author of Generation Earn: The Young Professional’s Guide to Spending, Investing, and Giving Back, which was published by Ten Speed Press this week. I spent a little time speaking with her about the book and did a short question and answer session to learn more about the book and why […]

Review of The Instant Millionaire by Mark Fisher

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Tweet The law of attraction is in full effect within the pages of Mark Fisher’s The Instant Millionaire: A Tale of Wisdom and Wealth. The beloved financial fable has seen its fair share of success.  Not only has it been translated and published in over thirty-seven editions worldwide, it also has sold over two million […]