June's reading list

Books glorious books! I think I managed to get almost all my books back to the library on time, almost! 

First up is All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister. This book was great. It gave historical context to the rise of single women. I also appreciate that she recognizes her bias and does report on the reality for women of color and lower working class women. I highly recommend this book and it inspired me to write about my current experience as a single lady in the big city. 4/5

Artists Handmade Houses by Michael Gotkin and Don Freeman is inspiring. It details the homes built by artists in the United States and it was so cool. I'd definitely check this one out from the library. I also really want to drive around the East coast and visit some of these homes. Let me know if you want to join me.  4/5

This book's title is off-putting but I really liked it. Get Rich Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas really helps you examine the feelings you have around money. A lot of those feelings that end up blocking your ability to earn more money. I'm really working on paying down debt, but it is hard to do when you take a scarcity mindset.Get Rich really made me embrace paying down debt and drawing money to me. 4/5

The Collected Home by Darryl Carter. The message in this book really resonates with me. I like that he talks about collecting things you love. If you are looking for a pretty page turning book then this is it. 3/5

Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky. I think if you work with other people this book is really great. If you are a solopreneur it does have some great ideas to put into practice but isn't quite as relevant. 3/5

Are you reading any good books? I definitely need to add some fiction to the mix! 

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