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I finished 10 books this week from a wide range of non-fiction. This week, I review books about psychology, data analysis, investing, and buying a home. I even read a pretty controversial book about free speech! Enjoy.

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase any of these books, some comes back to support what I do (and it also helps fund my reading habit).

Free Speech: Why It Matters by Andrew Doyle

When I pick up a book about the free speech, I’m never sure what I’m going to get. I’ll either get well-thought arguments from authors…


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This week, I read 6 books from some amazing authors. I’ve been really enjoying learning everything I can about saving and investing, so five of the six books are on that topic. The 6th book is about the “moral case” for fossil fuels, and I decided to start with that one in this week’s reading list to get it out of the way.

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase any of these books, some comes back to support what I do (and it also helps fund my reading…


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Whoo! What a great week of reading. This last week I finished 9 amazing books. I read everything from moral psychology, to the loneliness epidemic, to investing, to some evolutionary psychology and much more. Enjoy!

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase any of these books, some comes back to support what I do (and it also helps fund my reading habit).

The Moral Animal: Why We Are, the Way We Are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology by Robert Wright

A few years ago when I was really into Buddhist philosophy and mindfulness, I was introduced to Robert Wright with his book Why Buddhism is True, and…


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I finished 8 books this week that spanded a variety of topics. I’ve been really getting back into psychology the last couple weeks, and there are some books on this list that I binged. Two of my favorites are ones that discuss the psychological importance of rethinking what we think we know and the importance of a beginner’s mindset. I also read some more books on money management and improving your writing. Enjoy!

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase any of these books, some comes back to support…


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This week, I finished 5 books from some amazing authors on a wide range of subjects. One book was written by a neuroscientist about the controversial topic of drug use, which I found fascinating as a recovering drug addict who is pro-legalization and decriminalization. I also read an incredible book by a former prosecutor who helped bring down a pill-pushing Dr. in New York. Along with these books, I read some more books on economics and technology as well as some psychology.

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase…


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I’m 35 years old. I was a drug addict and alcoholic until I was 27. My parents were extremely irresponsible with money. So, basically, I knew nothing about money my whole life except how to spend it. After finally being able to get financially stable, I read a ton of books to better understand saving, investing, and most importantly, how to make better decisions. With all of the craziness surrounding the stock market right now, I wanted to suggest a few books that really helped me out. …


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This week I finished 8 awesome non-fiction books. That puts me at 25 books in 25 days so far this year, and that’s pretty exciting since my goal for the year is 250 books. And if you missed it, I wrote a piece about how I read over 280 books in 2020 if you want to check it out.

This week, I read a wide range of books. One of them is all about the psychology of how we perceive time, which is great for anyone who feels like there isn’t enough time in a day. I also read a…


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This week I finished 5 books from some amazing authors. Some of the books are on writing, but I also read an excellent book on what makes us curious, and I had a great introduction into the world of investing. Enjoy!

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase any of these books, some comes back to support what I do (and it also helps fund my reading habit).

Accidental Genius: Revolutionize Your Thinking Through Private Writing by Mark Levy

This book is a must-read for all writers as well as creators who struggle with coming up with ideas. Mark Levy…


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It’s the first official week of 2021, and I finished seven excellent non-fiction books. This week, I fell more in love with the books by Michael Shermer, learned about how free-market competition and privilege causes issues in the United States, the psychology of boredom, and I read an awesome book about why kids need to learn to fail. And, as I continue to write my new non-fiction book, I read some more books about writing. Enjoy!

Each of the links to the books are affiliate links, so if you use my link to purchase any of these books, some comes…


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It’s the first week of 2021, and it’s the first weekly non-fiction reading list. This last week, I finished 8 amazing books. I’m really getting back into cognitive psychology, and some of these books on this list are must-reads. I’m also focusing a ton on my personal writing this year, and I love learning from other writers.

Also, I finished 2020 by reading a grand total of 283 books. …

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