Piles of books

What Sheri’s Reading and “2016 Reading Challenge” Update

Piles of books

“2016 Reading Challenge” Update

This year I set a challenge to read 38 books in 2016 by reading at least 25 pages a day (Fast Company’s Stephanie Vozza thinks I should Read 50 Books this Year. Maybe next year.)

So far I’ve read 15 books.  Some Young Adult fiction. (Yes I’m a YA fan along with the likes of Gretchen Rubin, the author of “The Happiness Project”.) I re-read “The Remains of the Day” which is also a favorite movie of mine. I also read “The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea” based on the recommendation of Josh Brown.

What Sheri’s Reading

The easiest way to keep up to date on the articles I’m reading is to set up your own private newsfeed using Twitter. Go on, give it a go. I’ll wait while you get set up. I bet you will find it a very useful tool to filter out some of the noise out there and instead focus on a few thoughtful voices. You don’t have to tweet (unless you wish to) – you can simply log on to Twitter once daily, or a few times a week, and get real-time updates about what matters to you.

Until we see each other on Twitter, here are some interesting articles to whet your appetite:

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Lin-Manuel Miranda

SAGE Serendipity:  Do you like the musical Hamilton? Then check out what it’s creator Lin-Manuel Miranda is reading.  The New York Times Book Review chats with him about his influences and what’s on his nightstand.

 “What do you plan to read next?  Well, I picked up Chernow’s Hamilton bio at random the week before I went on vacation. I just like wandering the bookstore and surprising myself.”


Sheri Iannetta Cupo, CFP®, Founding Partner (Retired) & Director
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