I mentioned yesterday that I had turned my attention from news sites to books — which means that I probably ought to share what I’ve been reading.
Asterisks denote books I’ve read before. The double asterisk denotes the one book on this list I think you should read, if you can only pick one. ❤️
Current reading queue:
Next on the list:
If you’re looking for even more to read, here’s where I got published this week:
Are you procrastinating on a home improvement project? If so, you’re not alone. Plenty of homeowners have a long list of deferred maintenance projects, from plumbing inspections to roof repairs. Frequently, homeowners wait until the roof is leaking or another emergency comes up that needs to be addressed immediately.
“I applied for a secured credit card and added my husband as an authorized user,” Clark said. “We used our cards regularly, making sure to keep our usage under 30 percent.” This strategy helped them earn the financial freedom to escape a rental market that required them to move nearly every year.
Best credit cards for millennials, CreditCards.com
Many of the best credit cards for millennials offer rewards on popular spending categories like groceries or streaming media. Before you choose a rewards card, ask yourself where your money is currently going – and which card offers the most bang for your buck.
Citi card combinations that maximize rewards, CreditCards.com
If you are considering pairing another Citi card with the new Citi Rewards+, a card that earns ThankYou points can be a great way to stockpile rewards. Points are easily transferred between accounts and redeemable for gift cards, merchandise, travel purchases and more.
We talked to three moms who are each handling Spring Break ideas during Covid in slightly different ways. One mom is sticking to the plans she made last year, another mom is canceling her travel plans and keeping the family at home, and the third mom is planning a low-contact beach vacation.