Day 1 Start Here, Go Anywhere Day 2 Failure is Not an Option Day 3 Dream a Little Day 4 Embrace Humility Day 5 Twin Wins Day 6 Piling it On Day 7 Everything s a Tradeoff Day 8 How Happy? Day 9 Running the Treadmill Day 10 What Me Worry? Day 11 Lending a Hand Day 12 Looking Back Day 13 Control What You Can Day 14 Keep it Simple Day 15 Happy Days Day 16 Older and Wiser Day 17 Life Support Day 18 Desperately Seeking Solvency Day 19 Sleeping better Day 20 Home Schooling Day 21 True Believers Day 22 Hunting but Not Gathering Day 23 Fixing to Win Day 24 What it Takes Day 25 Be Kind to Your Future Self Day 26 Ups and Downs Day 27 Enjoying your Dollars Day 28 The Human Touch Day 29 Taking Charge Day 30 Everybody in the Pool Day 31 Cover Me Day 32 Just in Case Day 33 Hits and Misses Day 34 Wishes Come True (Maybe) Day 35 Peering Forward, Glancing Back Day 36 Driving Yourself Crazy Day 37 Wheeling Dealing Day 38 Taking Credit Day 39 Running Up the Score Day 40 Automate It Day 41 Added Interest Day 42 Clearing the Hurdle Day 43 Be an Owner Day 44 All you are Day 45 Riding the Life Cycle Day 46 Taking Aim Day 47 The Last Shall be First Day 48 Marking Time Day 49 Calling it Quits Day 50 Needs First, Wants Second Day 51 Getting Real About Real Estate Day 52 Homeward Bound Day 53 The Kids Are Alright Day 54 Compounding for Life Day 55 History Lesson Day 56 Fear Factor Day 57 It s All in the Mix Day 58 Spreading Your Bets Day 59 Reducing Drags Day 60 Cutting Taxes Day 61 Worth the Wait Day 62 Everything in its Place Day 63 Unbeatable Day 64 Matching the Market Day 65 One-Stop Shopping Day 66 Coping With Crazy Markets Day 67 Keeping Your Balance Day 68 Negative Bonds Day 69 Borrowed Time Day 70 Imposing Order Day 71 Playing Favorites Day 72 Moving On Day 73 Cents and Sensibilities Day 74 Hiring Help Day 75 The Virtuous Cycle Day 76 What Money Buys Day 77 Final Wishes Acknowledgments About the Author
JONATHAN CLEMENTS is the founder of HumbleDollar.com and author of seven earlier personal finance books, including How to Think About Money. He sits on the advisory board and investment committee of Creative Planning, one of the country's largest independent financial advisors. Jonathan spent almost 20 years at The Wall Street Journal and worked for six years at Citigroup, where he was Director of Financial Education for Citi Personal Wealth Management.