Right now, I’m hopefully enjoying for the first time, San Francisco.
My wife and I decided to make our first trip on the west cost to visit her Aunt.
Our itinerary includes Wine Country, Muir Woods, and celebrating the Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup (Knock on wood, since I’m writing this Wednesday morning).
Anyways, on to the weekend reading.
Since I haven’t had a lot of time to find quality new financial advice, I thought it would be nice to link to a few random but useful posts and sites. Enjoy!
- Focus an eBook by Leo Babauta in Beta
- An Introduction to Bookkeeping by BeanCounter
- Jim Collins and the Stop Doing List via 37 Signals
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