The 2019 book club line up! (last updated Jan 31)
The Money Edit book club is made up of a bunch of badass book worms who are committed to learning more about our money in 2019. Together we are going to open our minds to the possibilities of being happier, richer and more confident investors.
At the beginning of every month I will announce our book or author of the month
You can look forward to author interviews, guest bloggers and free giveaways (on instagram!)
The Money Edit’s 2019 book list
I’ve broken down our reading into key themes, by quarter. Here’s what I’m thinking:
Winter: Understanding the money landscape
February: Love Your Life, Not Theirs: 7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want by Rachel Cruz (recommended by blogger and money coach, Amanda Sharatt)
March: Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances... And Everyone Else's by Lindsay Stanberry
Special Canadian feature: The Financially Empowered Woman by Tracy Theemes
April: Bad with Money: the imperfect art of getting your financial shit together by Gaby Dunn
Special FI feature: Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin
Spring: Creating an unstoppable money mindset
May: You are a Badass & You are a Badass with Money by Jen Sincero (2 for 1)
June: Creating Money, Attracting Abundance by Sanaya Roman
Summer theme tbd, but we may want to dig deeper into habits and creating the lives we want
The Year of Less by Cait Flanders
The Happiness Project, The Four Tendencies or Better than Before by Gretchen Rubin
The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas Stanley
Because we’re all at different stages on money journey, perhaps one of Farnoosh Torabi’s book resonates with you…
Fall: Taking it to the next level by understanding investing
September: Millionaire Teacher: 9 rules of wealth you should have learned in school by Andrew Hallam
October: Beat the Bank: The Canadian Guide to Simply Successful Investing by Larry Bates
November: The Simple Path to Wealth: Your road map to financial independence and a rich, free life by JL Collins
December: Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger taught me to master my mind, my emotions, and my money (with a little help from my dad) by Danielle Town - a journey into 2020 together!
Access books for free!
There are many ways to access these books. Your city’s public library may have a paper copy, audiobook or e-pub book available. If you want your own copy you can support your local book store or order online. I really enjoy listening to non fiction using my audible app. I write notes on my phone’s notepad or in google keep while listening. How do you like reading?
What do you think?
Comment below with any suggestions about the themes, the list, how we can talk about the books, etc. I love hearing from you!