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What I Read: February

My 2013 reading challenge is still underway! I wanted to check in and share what I read for February. I’ll be the first to admit it was a strange mix of books- though I enjoyed all of them!

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Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That The Poor and Middle Class Do Not

This financial self help book has been out for over 10 years but is still touted as one of the best financial literacy books out there. I am admittedly bad with math AND bad with money. So like anything else- I figured doing my research would be a great place to start. Robert Kiyosaki gives very simple and easy to follow advice on how to make your money work for you. He spends a ton of time focusing on the psychology of money as well, which was completely fascinating to me. It was a quick and informative read, and if you haven’t I recommend you pick it up! Buy it here.

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Breakthrough: 8 Steps to Wellness

I’ve been a fan of Suzanne Somers for YEARS. I remember watching reruns of Three’s Company every day before going to the pool as a kid. As the years have gone by Somers has reshaped her life from sex symbol to holistic advocate. This book explains why being healthy today is so difficult and the steps you can take to keep yourself looking young, feeling sexy, and staying fit. This book was a huge eye opener for me on everything from supplements, hormones, birth control, and stem cells. I hope you take the time to read it so we can all live to be 100+ years old. This book really awoke some stuff in me- and should I get the urge to get more personal I’ll be sure to share it here. It’s a bit of a hefty read, but if you’re a woman- pick it up! Buy it here.

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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children


A total reroute from my February self-help craze, this YA fiction book was just what I needed for some weekend entertaining. The book is the debut novel of Ransom Riggs and is full of imagination. The story is a bit, well peculiar and takes the reader on a great adventure. The book is perfect for any teen who likes mystery, but it was just as fun for me to read. Buy it here.

Check out the 3 books I devoured in January’s What I’ve Read.

Read any good books lately? If so, leave me a comment and let me know- I’d love to add any recommendations to the list!

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