How To Make Time For Reading (Even When You Are Busy)

I think that the most challenging part about reading a book for most is that they want to start a book and finish it immediately. If your schedule doesn’t permit for that, but you still want to read, here are two things that I do:

  1. Listen To Audiobooks – Though it’s not reading yourself, it’s another way to gather information provided in books. I listen to finance and personal development audio books often.
  2. Leave A Book Open On Your Counter Or Table – I really, really enjoy reading about aromatherapy, holistic living, and natural healing so I leave the book I’m currently reading open on the counter in my kitchen. When I’m cooking and at the end of the night I read a few pages.

Best Regards,

Aura Bea Carter

Prepare Your Child With Financial Literacy Now

Growing up when my mother opened me a bank account she knew that wasn’t enough to teach me about how to manage money. So, she gave me a savings passbook from the bank.

When got older my first job was in banking and one of the first things I noticed was though there were many advancements in banking, the oldest and most wealthy clients still used a savings passbook.

Youth Savings Tracker Interior

Now, though youth financial literacy has been encouraged more, online banking is not intended for them.

That is why I created the Youth Savings Tracker. It’s similar to a savings passbook and will encourage your children to save for items they wish to have.

Prepare your child for the future with this book. Makes a great gift for children who have started to receive allowance.

Feel free learn more and order your copy here.

Only $8.99 On Amazon.

Article By K. Crystal Carter


Investing 101: A Crash Course In Managing Personal Wealth And Building A Profitable Portfolio

Investing 101: From Stocks and Bonds to ETFs and IPOs, an Essential Primer on Building a Profitable Portfolio

“Too often, textbooks turn the noteworthy details of investing into tedious discourse that would put even Warren Buffett to sleep. Investing 101 cuts out the boring explanations, and instead provides a hands-on lesson that keeps you engaged as you learn how to build a portfolio and expand your savings. From value investing to short selling to risk tolerance, this primer is packed with hundreds of entertaining tidbits and concepts that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.

So whether you’re looking to master the major principles of investing, or just want to learn more about stocks and bonds, Investing 101 has all the answers–even the ones you didn’t know you were looking for.” – Amazon.com

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Investing 101: From Stocks and Bonds to ETFs and IPOs, an Essential Primer on Building a Profitable Portfolio (Adams 101)