Book of the week: Plan for retirement
Jul01

Book of the week: Plan for retirement

Get What’s Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security By Laurence J. Kotlikoff (Nonfiction, 384 pages, 2016)   A must read for anyone who is planning on taking their Social Security benefits soon. This book is full of all the things no one tells you. It walks you through all the wonky government math, so you can get the biggest check possible. Everyone’s fear is that their Social Security will run out before their time...

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Book of the Week: Discover your purpose
Jun25

Book of the Week: Discover your purpose

The Quarter-Life Breakthrough: Invent Your Own Path, Find Meaningful Work, and Build a Life That Matters By Adam Smiley Poswolsky (Nonfiction, 224 pages, 2016)   Confused? Unhappy? Only a quarter of the way through your life? It’s okay, it happens to everyone. You’re having a quarter-life crisis. But this book is the light at the end of the tunnel. Everyone tells you, you need to live life a certain way. Follow society’s...

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Book of the Week: Artemis Fowl
Jun16

Book of the Week: Artemis Fowl

Artemis Fowl By Eoin Colfer (Young adult fantasy, 280 pages, 2001)   Artemis Fowl is a delight of a read. Pragmatic, cut-throat boy wonder Artemis posits himself against the entirety of The People, the collective species of fae and fairy folk world over. From dwarves to gnomes, these beings have hidden themselves underground to hide from the threats and encroachments of humans. Artemis discovers their existence and plots to steal...

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Book of the Week: Cold Hard Truth: On Men, Women, and Money
Jun09

Book of the Week: Cold Hard Truth: On Men, Women, and Money

Cold Hard Truth: On Men, Women, and Money By Kevin O’Leary (Nonfiction, 272 pages, 2013)   You know him as Mr. Wonderful on ABC’s Shark Tank. Now hear what his thoughts really are on his one true love, money. How does one of the well-known millionaires actually live and spend his beloved dollars? This book has reader participation. Mr. Wonderful himself has you fill out an income and expenses list to get your true financial...

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Book of the Week: Vivid depictions of subterranean
May26

Book of the Week: Vivid depictions of subterranean

Underland By Robert Macfarlane (Non-fiction, 496 pages, 2019)     There are few fears as universal as darkness and claustrophobia. Few concepts as alien as the geological timescale of the Earth. Few experiences as life changing as placing your palm against a hand-print older than your language. Robert Macfarlane, a renowned naturalist, explorer, and author, wrote Underland as a bridge between our shared myths of the...

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