Some of you have noticed that my “52 Personal Finance Books in 52 Weeks” series is set to have its 52nd book reviewed this Friday. What happens then?
First of all, next week will have a series of summary posts summing up the entire series, including a full ranking of all fifty two books and a few other special treats.
After that, I’m going to keep reviewing a personal finance book each Friday, with the goal of reaching 100 total books sometime next October. There are many more books to look at under the umbrella of personal finance, and I intend to keep reviewing them.
“50 Ways I Can Improve Myself” – Advice From 100 Years Ago The most amazing part is that all of this advice is still relevant and very useful. I strive to be this well-rounded of a person. (@ all financial matters)
The Unbranded Kid: Thoughts on Marketing to Children After my recent review of Born to Buy, this topic has really been on my mind as of late. (@ get rich slowly)
The Simple Dollar Retro: The Financial Implications of Living With Mom and Dad I tried to stir the pot a bit with this one – I think it turned out well, regardless.