February Reads – The Fitnessista

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We encourage you to share the books you read in February and add them to your list.

Hi hi! How are you? I hope you have a wonderful weekend! We spent a lot of time ripping out baseboards and moving furniture downstairs, but we also attended a yoga class and enjoyed a nice family dinner. I have a few calls today and my house is under construction so I’m going to sneak off to work.

In today’s article, I would like to introduce the books I read in February! Last month I read through four of his books, and in addition to SPICINESS, there were also finance-related books mixed in. If you’re looking for new options to add to your TBR (read) list, read more below.

February reading

Rich AF

definitely recommend listening audio version of this, especially if you don’t mind a little sass and vulgar language. Vivian Tu, also known as Your Rich BFF, explains the basic principles of finance (types of investments, budgeting, and savings tips) in a super fun way that is extremely motivating and encouraging. This included a number of nudges needed to put more emphasis on investment and savings strategies. That’s one of my goals for him next year, especially as the pilot returns to the airline. One of my favorite words is You can buy it anythingbut you don’t have to buy it. all. It’s about making shopping worthwhile. Recommend 9/10.

from Amazon:

When Vivian Tu started working on Wall Street as an undergraduate, all she knew was that she was making more money than she’d ever seen in her life. But it was in her trading that she began to understand what the wealthy intuitively know: the secret to winning the proverbial financial game that has been masculine, pale, and outdated for far too long. That’s when I found my own mentor on the floor. .

Drawing on the lessons she learned about money and markets on Wall Street, Vivian is a great book for readers of all ages and demographics to help anyone get rich, whether they grew up knowing the rules of the game or not. offers personal finance tips and tricks. or not. Vivian will be your mentor, offering fresh, unfounded advice on how to think like a rich person and develop smart money habits. Throughout the page, Rich AFVivian details her recommendations to help you:

Maximize your profits and get more out of your 9-5 workday

Understand the difference between savings accounts and where to keep your money

Identify the tax strategies and (legal) loopholes you need to retire in style

Overcome your fear of investing and secure wealth for generations

etc!

Rich AF Readers will not only understand their financial situation, but also gain the tools and knowledge to build their own financial strategy. And with a rich friend by your side, you can start your financial journey with an already wealthy mindset, helping you make the most of your money and grow your wealth for years to come.

she’s doing something wrong

I read and loved Sarah Goodman Confino’s last novel. Please don’t forget to write, so of course you need to read all of her books right now. (Apparently, she has her new book in the works!) It was just as charming, witty, and fun as her previous books. With a somewhat unexpected ending. I didn’t want it to end. 10/10

from Amazon:

After four years of marriage, Jenna is at a loss when her husband asks for a divorce. With her time on the line and her life in flux, she travels with her eccentric grandmother Evelyn to the seaside town in Massachusetts where much of her family’s history was formed. I agree to accompany you on the road trip.

As the two embark on their journey, Evelyn weaves the story of the star-crossed teenage romance that captured her heart and changed the course of her life more than 70 years ago. No matter how much she talks about Tony, her haunting and forbidden first love, she insists that returning to her hometown is not the purpose at all.

Upon arrival, Jenna met Tony’s attentive great-nephew Joe. Her new friendship and fresh sea air give her the confidence and distance she needs to forget the pain of her broken marriage.

As the secrets and truths of Evelyn’s past are revealed, Jenna discovers new sides to her grandmother and herself, and discovers that the possibility of healing comes at the most unexpected times in a woman’s life. know.

psychology of money

This book includes real-life examples on budgeting, investing, risk, and thinking. I like how each chapter stands alone, so I could easily listen and understand it while doing housework, walking, or picking up and dropping off at the car. This was another good springboard for me to maintain my spending habits so I can focus on bigger goals as my income changes over time. We all have big investment goals for the next few years, so listening to financial materials inspires and motivates us. Here is the link to read it. 9/10

from Amazon:

Managing money well doesn’t necessarily require knowledge. It’s how you behave. And even if you’re a really smart person, it’s difficult to teach behavior.

Money, such as investing, personal finance, and business decisions, is typically taught as a math-based discipline where data and formulas tell you exactly what to do. But in the real world, people don’t make financial decisions on spreadsheets. They make them at dinner tables and conference rooms, where personal histories, their own worldviews, egos, pride, marketing, and strange incentives are jumbled together.

in psychology of money, Award-winning author Morgan Housel presents 19 short stories that explore the strange ways people think about money and teach you how to better understand one of life’s most important topics.

your thoughts

This book came highly recommended in the Peloton reading Facebook group, so I downloaded it to: my kindle. I started without any idea what it was about, and suddenly I ended up attending SPICE FESTIVAL full-time. Phew! ! Don’t worry about me blushing or fanning myself as I type. Although this is outside of my usual genre of choice, I have to admit that I was 100% invested in the lackluster plotline with an overabundance of erotic details lol. If you’re just looking for a page-turning book with lots of spicy details, this is a 10/10. If that’s not your thing, it’s probably a 1/10 lol.

from Amazon:

Solene Marchand, 39, an art gallery owner in Los Angeles, is reluctant to take her daughter Isabel to see her favorite boy band. However, since her divorce, she has become more eager than ever to get closer to Isabel. What her Solene is most looking forward to is that she will develop her relationship with one of the members of the world famous August Moon. But Hayes Campbell is smart, winning, confident, classy, ​​and instantly charming. The fact that he is only 20 years old makes things even more complicated.

What begins as a series of secret trysts quickly develops into a passionate and genuine relationship. It’s a cross-continental journey as Solene and Hayes navigate each other’s worlds, from stadium tours to international art fairs to secluded retreats in Paris and Miami. For Solene, it is about reclaiming her self and rediscovering happiness and love. When Solene and Hayes’ romance becomes all the rage, and both she and her daughter become targets of rabid fans and an insatiable media, Solene realizes that her romantic life is intersecting with the lives of the people she cares about most. We must face up to the impact we are having on our lives.

So, friends, please tell me. What’s the best thing you’ve read recently? Do you have any top books of 2024 so far??

Shit

Gina

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