Book Club

As a personal finance blogger, I read a lot of books to make sure my content is well-researched and up to date with the latest thinking.

Occasionally, I come across something so good that I want to recommend it to you too. And it turns out that many of you love reading just as much as I do!

As such, I created the Lawyer On A Mission book club. I’ve allowed comments on this page so that you can tell me about the books you’ve read recently that have captured your imagination.

Although the books I’ve listed below specifically relate to the content I write about, you can talk about any personal finance, investing or money saving book you like. So feel free to comment and join the discussion!

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Top Picks

1. Atomic Habits by James Clear

A great read for learning how to build new habits and break old ones. I’ve used the methods outlined in this book to help reinforce my frugal ways and avoid the temptation of excessive consumption. It’s helped me to save more than a few pennies over the years.

2. Investing Demystified by Lars Kroijer

A must read for anyone interested in stock market investing. This book neatly outlines the power of passive investing and backs it up with empirical data and research. I employ the principles in this book myself and I’ve witnessed first-hand how powerful they can be.

3. The Simple Path To Wealth by JL Collins

This book outlines a simply and easy path to riches which can be applied by anybody. The premise is that you don’t need to be an investing guru or a mathematical genius to become wealthy by investing in the stock market. You just need a tried and tested strategy which holds firm in the long run. A fantastic and insightful read, with a US-centric focus.

That’s it for now. I’ll add more titles here when I read any that are worth recommending.

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