Hmmm, there’s an unsettling similarity in my approach to budgeting, too…
My desk is covered, literally covered, with amazing books I’m reading. I’m honestly in the middle of 5 right now – a personal best. The two I just finished, How to Think Like a Millionaire and The Emotional Lives of Animals (Click the link to read my review of this beautiful book) were each great books. I’ve been on a real roll this year. One Can Make a Difference, Strength for Life, and Why the Wind Blows (review in the works) are just three that come to mind as being super special and life-changing.
I’m nearly halfway through another beautiful book titled, “The Hero With a Thousand Faces.” It’s by Joseph Campbell and I honestly get hand cramps from all the note taking. But I just stretch out, pour more coffee, and get back to something I dearly love – getting lost in a great book with a great author.
People don’t read enough books lately, if you ask me. Sure, we read blogs, e-mails, and online articles – and, when we have time, we even read the newspaper. We should all (oh no I didn’t just include myself here) make a point of reading more books.
There’s just nothing quite like curling up with a cat, a cup of coffee, a homemade cookie, and a great book. Or five.