I've always been a super avid reader since childhood, and my goal this year is to finish 64 books. With that being said, 4/5 books are audiobooks. I've been using Audible the last two years and amassed quite an (expensive) selection. Recently I found Scribd, which is unlimited Audiobooks for $8.99. The difference is with Audible you buy the book and keep it forever but Scribd is more like Netflix for audiobooks - you don't get to keep it, but you can listen to as much as you want so long as you're subscribed. I actually read Warren's this fight is our fight in January and loved it. Right now I'm reading Sober Curious by Ruby Warrington, and I love her insight on the way we think about alcohol as a culture. It's not specifically about money, but hey, if we learn to adapt a sober lifestyle, who knows how much we could save on booze and other alcohol related expenses!