10 Impactful Books To Give The High School Graduate In Your Life

When you stop to think about it, a book is truly amazing. With the turn of a page, a lifetime of knowledge from the world’s most learned people is right in front of your eyes.  

 

A great book can make a lasting impression on a young person. Because of this, a basket of books can be the best present for a high school senior who is moving on to the next stage of his or her life.

 

Here are some ideas:

 

  1. “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl

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5 Not-So-Obvious Financially Savvy Graduation Gifts For Your High School Senior

Are you on the hunt for a great gift for the special graduate in your life?

 

Back in the day, I received a special present — a gold cross pen — from my older cousin who was already in college. I felt so sophisticated!  

 

While writing instruments are a great gift, there are a few less obvious options that can help a college graduate set herself up for financial success in the future. With students graduating with an average of $35,000 in student loan debt, they need a financial leg up more than ever.

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Finances Are Complicated: How To Know If You Really Have Your Spending Under Control

If you were lucky enough to have financial education classes at school or work, you probably learned to save, invest, and reduce debt. But did anyone ever teach you how to spend money?

Living below your means is one of the most important factors of long-term financial success, but it can be tricky — especially as your income increases. I have quite a few clients who make a million dollars a year and spend all of it.  

In order to learn to spend your money well — meaning on your needs and things that bring you great value — ask these three questions:

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