Friday, January 1, 2016

January 2016 Reads

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I have one of the same goals in 2016 as I had in 2015. 

Read one book per month.

It worked well for me last year, though I did miss a few months, and I would like to continue this same goal this year.

In December 2015, I started a book called I Will Teach You To Be Rich.  This book is written by Ramit Sethi and is described as a 6-week personal finance program that works.  Needless to say, there are only four weeks in a month, so I still have a few more chapters to finish before I complete this book.  Therefore, one of my reads for January 2016 is I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi.


As part of our Christmas tradition, there are two items that the people in my household receives every Christmas eve.
1) Pajamas
2) A book

This year, I decided to get my husband an adult coloring book with colored pencils.  I brought my daughter a Melissa & Doug coloring book and jumbo triangular crayon set.  My husband gave me two books.  One of which is based on T.D. Jakes #1 New York Times Best Seller entitled, Instinct: The Power to Unleash your Inborn Drive.  This is not the actual book, but rather the Daily Readings version of this book that provides 100 insights that will uncover, sharpen and activate your instincts.  Therefore, one of my other reads for January 2016 is INSTINCT Daily Readings: 100 Insights That Will Uncover, Sharpen and Activate Your Instincts. I will be reading this for the first 100 days of 2016, so will not complete this book until mid-April.  Since each reading is only 2-3 pages, I will still be able to add a new book each month, without causing too much of an inconvenience.


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