As I grew older I got more social, but I still loved to read all the way though high school. Then came college.
No longer was I able to spend vast amounts of time reading books of my own choosing for pleasure, for I had huge reading assignments from textbooks that could put even the most avid reader to sleep. No more free reading for me! At least, not much of it.
Now that I'm done with undergrad, I can read again! I'm excited for that. Reading is a true love of mine. My favorite books are autobiographies. To me, it's just so amazing to hear a person's life story, with all it's twists and turns, and see the person they've become.
Right now I'm reading Dreams from My Father by Barack Obama, his autobiography.
|Please excuse the silliness. Lol.|
I'm a big fan of the library, so that's where I got the book. I also checked out this book:
Investing Online for Dummies. So far I've learned that I have no business investing money in the stock market until I build up a solid savings. I'm working on that right now. Bringing my lunch everyday instead of buying, buying gas from Kroger because they give great discounts to their customers, not going shopping for those new pairs of jeans, and getting books from the library instead of buying them. Ahhhh frugality.
But anyways, Yaaaaaaay reading! Lol. I sound like a supernerd. But that's ok. :)