Sunday, July 8, 2012
Book review: The 60 Minute Money Workout
By Ellen Stumbo
Kay helps you look at your finances not just for quick fixes now, but for the long haul. A great guide to help you understand the importance of having your finances under control, realizing that it takes time (only 60 minutes a week) to go over your spending, budget, savings, expenses, etc.
It is ironic that most of us do not spend enough time making sure our "money" is being well managed.
In order to live, we need to "make a living," right? Basically, we have a job, so we can have money, so we can afford food, clothing, housing and cover the expenses from...living. We live in a society where money speaks. They say that in order to know what your priorities are, just look at what you spend your money on. Isn't that true!
So we get a check, and we spend the money. Then we scratch our heads and think, "Where is all my money going?" Taking care of our finances should be a priority, and Ellie Kay does a phenomenal job helping you understand your finances, planning budgets, getting out of debt, even giving generously, and enjoy time with your family.
Great resource if you are wanting to become money-smart!
You can find out more about the book - like reading an excerpt - by clicking HERE.
I received this book for free by Waterbrook-Multnomah publishers in exchange for my honest review.