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Day 18: A book you could read over and over again and never get sick of

  • Personal finance books especially those that are written by Philippine authors, simply because it’s easier to understand things if you read it in the Philippine context. So far, the books I read and browsed through the years was the Pera Mo, Palaguin Mo books 1 and 2 by Francisco Colayco. These were the first personal finance books I read. And I go back to these books every time I am sidetracked in my financial goals hehe. But I already gave it to my niece as a going away gift when she went overseas for work last year as I’d like her to be reminded about her own financial goals too.
  • Books by Judith McNaught, specifically Paradise and Double Standards. I get the same giddy feelings as if it’s my first time to read these books every time I re-read them hehehe.

A book sabi but I just had to mention 4 hehehe.