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November was actually a pretty good month for reading. I didn’t read a ton of books, but the few that I did read really made me think! My November books can be considered #FinCon17 part two, because all of these books are by authors who have a connection to FinCon!
I absolutely loved this book! It’s a simple read about how you can do well financially, and the majority of David Bach’s tips are ones that are so simple, “like Grandma used to teach.” The reason our grandparents taught these is because they work! Andy and I are following the advice to grow our own money.
It seems kind of odd to read a print book about blogging, because blogging changes so often and so fast that it’s hard to stay up-to-date with the information found in print copies. It’s not a “get rich quick” type of book; instead, Darren walks you through how to run a successful blog and by having a successful blog, you can then make money. I found a lot of the tips helpful and will personally be using them as I work on “growing” my blog.
I loved this book from the minute I read the first sentence. I’ve personally always enjoyed having something to pursue, whether it be academics, traveling, or in my personal life (hence why I share my goals each month on my blog!) Personally, I can’t imagine just living life day-to-day without having something to look forward to. I wouldn’t say I’m pursuing a “quest” by any means, but I was able to really relate to this book. Timing-wise, this book was perfect as we’re about to kick off the New Year in less than a month; I am excited to set new goals for this upcoming year.
What did you read in November?