So…maybe I talk about her too much…but this is my blog so get used to it. :p
Katie Bower said that with the help of this book she was able to get her spending on track and pay off a good chunk of debt.
Sign me up!
So I read the whole thing as my January book (b/c one of my resolutions this year is one book a month and another one is to knock off some debt).
Verdict: I really liked it.
There are so many good points about money that I found myself knocking myself on the head trying to figure out why I hadn’t figured it out before.
It does focus on what the bible says about money (which I found, surprisingly, very interesting) but even if you’re not into that, the pointers on how to spend and keep your money are really smart and pretty universal. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to get in control of their debt and spending.
The book was a good first pick for me, too, b/c I was trying to get back into going to church more regularly…this helped.
What a book!
Helping me close in on not one, not two but THREE resolutions!
It was a really easy read, too.
PP Read any good books that I should add to my list for this year? I’m aiming for 12 but who knows, maybe I’ll go crazy. 🙂