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Carnival of Money Stories #97 – Read a Book a Week

Welcome to the 97th Carnival of Money Stories hosted by yours truly.  This week will be dedicated to my new goal of read more. More specifically, reading a book a week. By budgeting in an hour here and a few hours there I’ll be able to consume more of my beloved genres.

Why Read More: My weekly internet usage nearly exceeds my weekly sleep so my familiarity with the internet is pretty high. I love the Internet and although it has ability to convey information quickly and in a pity manner. There is something significant missing from the internet that books do not lack – reflection. Reflection will allow myself to sit back and digest the information I’m reading. I’ll be able to change my thoughts, and opinions in a way that was avoidable on the internet.

Editor’s Picks for this week:

  1. The Amateur Financier presents Lessons From Childhood Games posted at The Amateur Financier.
  2. MD presents Money Management for Teens — What You Need To Know posted at Studenomics.
  3. Madison DuPaix presents Can You Afford It? posted at My Dollar Plan.
  4. Ken presents Our Frugal Ways: Rent for a Few More Years Before Buying posted at Spruce Up Your Finances.
  5. PT presents Making Extra Money as a Pizza Delivery Guy to Payoff $45,000 in Debt with Jeff Kosola from posted at PT Money.

Quality Posts on Finances, Money and Saving

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Are you ready to speed up your cognitive ability? Join myself and others by posting below your reading goals. Tell us what books you’ve read and thought were great. Give us recommendations of the best books.

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Know good books on business, finance, savings, frugality, personal finance? Let us know below!



  1. Miss T @ Prairie Eco-Thrifter

    March 15, 2011 at 9:08 am

    Thanks so much for the inclusion and thanks for hosting.

  2. Invest It Wisely

    March 15, 2011 at 11:51 am

    Thanks for including me! 🙂

  3. FIRE Finance

    March 22, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    Thanks for hosting the carnival and including our post. Best wishes ahead :).
    FIRE Finance

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