"The Money Book" by Rosally Saltsman. Before I started reading this, I assumed it was going to be another one of those "10 Ways to Make Money" or "Get Rich Quick" kind of books.
Boy was I wrong, and it was nice to be pleasantly surprised.
This ebook concentrated more on our attitudes toward money and what money truly is - a tool. As I read through the book, I continued to evaluate and re-evaluate the way I looked at money and my feelings toward it. The author discusses preparedness, thankfulness and living within one's means. And even though I said this isn't another one of those "Ways to Get Rich" type of books, there are tips to stay out of debt, ways to save money and even ways to make money included. But the bulk of this book cuts right to the heart of the matter, our attitudes.
I plan on reading and re-reading "The Money Book" every few years or so - that's how much I liked it.
Now if only we could get our government to read this book....... (and that is as political as you will ever see me get here at HC).
The author has generously agreed to give a copy of her ebook to one of my lucky readers! Woohoo!
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