A quick post today with a question for readers: I'm considering doing an in-depth, multi-post review here at CK of Your Money or Your Life. Obviously, it's not the first time somebody's worked through this book on a blog, but based on reader reactions to recent posts like Extreme Savings and Zombies and the Advertising-Consumption Cycle, it seems like a careful readthrough of YMOYL could fit well with many readers' interests.
It's been more than ten years since Laura and I first read this book, and I for one would love a refresh. Not only that, but the earlier editions of this book were written in a completely different financial era, and some of the book's investing recommendations simply won't work in today's low interest rate environment. I've got my hands on a copy of the newest edition of the book, and it might be interesting to look at both editions side by side.
As to format, I'm considering running one extra post per week here at CK, each post covering one chapter. Readers can read along week by week and share thoughts and ideas, while those readers who aren't interested can simply skip those posts.
Readers, what do you think? Do any of you have interest? Any objections?
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