Every book I’ve read for the last 5 years

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Happy New Year!  December is crazy busy in my line of work so I didn’t have much time to write, but the calendar has flipped, I’ve come up for air and I’m excited about 2018.

In past years I’ve written about my annual review process and how I set goals.  You can read more about it here if you’re doing some 2018 planning of your own: Your plan for the New Year in 3 easy steps.

I’m a big believer in the benefits of reading so I usually have a reading goal each year.  In 2017, my goal was to read every book, short story, poem and play by Ernest Hemingway.  A few years ago, I set a goal to read 500 books between age 40 and 50.

I’m guessing many of you enjoy reading as well, so if you’re looking for a few book ideas for 2018, I created a page on Intentional Retirement with a list of everything I’ve read over the last five years.  I’ll keep it updated going forward, so feel free to check back periodically.  It contains a pretty eclectic mix, so there’s something for everyone.  And if you have an idea or two for me, please send them my way.

As always, thanks for following along.  Have a great weekend!


2 Responses to “Every book I’ve read for the last 5 years”

  1. Mike Drak January 8, 2018 at 3:50 pm #

    Joe I’m a big fan of yours and just wrote a retiring book about not retiring called Victory lap retirement and I think that you would enjoy it. Where could i send you a copy?


    • Joe Hearn January 8, 2018 at 5:43 pm #

      Hi Mike. Sounds good. I’ll email you my address. Thanks!

      – Joe

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