Yesterday, with that review of The 80/20 Principle, I reviewed my 25th book in the productivity book review series, which I’ll summarize later today. I may slow down the series in the near future, mostly because I can only think of several more books I’d like to review in the series. If you know of any books you’d like to see, please suggest them. Another option: I may expand the series a bit to include a few other subgenres, like a Christian-themed book or two on personal development (The Purpose Driven Life or Your Best Life Now), more psychology-oriented books (Blink or Stumbling on Happiness or Fooled by Randomness), or business oriented books (Winning or Built to Last). Or I could just slow down the series. What sounds good to you? Let me know.
Mandatory Meal Planning (Damn You, Freezer) So what happens when your fridge goes KA-PUT!? You need to start eating the food quickly. Here are some tips for getting that done, along with a nice little tale. (@ make love, not debt)
Could You Survive a 50% Drop In Income? Right now, yes, we could. We live very frugally and are currently saving more than 50% of our income (or rolling it into debt). This is what happens when you make homemade pizza dough because it’s cheaper than a store kit (and tastier, too). (@ finance is personal)
The Simple Dollar Retro: The Simple Dollar Convinces Someone To Quit Their Job The stuff I write about convinced at least one person to make a major life change. Here’s the story.