Classic Billfold: What Children’s Literature Teaches Us About Money: Dodie Smith’s ‘I Capture the Castle’

The art of romantic poverty.

Billfold Book Review: Financial Freedom

This book was exactly the book I needed to read right now.

Go Watch ‘Howards End’ on Amazon Prime if You’ve Got It

Here’s the trailer, which leaves out all the personal-finance content and makes it seem like a love story.

Talking to William Birdthistle About ‘Empire of the Fund’

Good news, Billfold Book Clubbers — as promised, I was able to talk with author William A. Birdthistle about his book Empire of the Fund.

Billfold Book Club: Let’s Discuss Empire of the Fund

The most pressing question I had after finishing William A. Birdthistle’s Empire of the Fund was “okay, so what do we DO?” 

Reminder: The Billfold Book Club Will Discuss ‘Empire of the Fund’ Next Week

I am so excited to discuss this book with all of you.

The Billfold Goes to the Archives: What Makes a Utopia?

The plan was to combine rural and city living by building housing and a garment factory on a cooperative homestead.

The Year I Resolved to Stop Buying Books

At the end of 2011, I implemented a Book Buying Ban.

Billfold Book Review: Personal Finance for Dummies and The One-Minute Money Mentor for Women

I got two books in the mail to review this month!

Throwback Thursday: How Wizards Do Money: The Weird Sisters

“They don’t want us to play the Yule Ball this year,” Myron Wagtail (lead singer) told the band.