This is the book to help you understand why you spend the way you do.
Just reading this book, encouraged me to start balancing my checkbook regularly and investing money, no matter how small an amount, in myself and my family.
This book prompted me to really think about the emotional aspects behind my debt and money problems.
Really helpful book. I love how she shares her personal experiences.Published 19 days ago by Hershey's KIss
This book helped me get my mind and my money right. Working on being debt free and building my savings.Published 2 months ago by Lashammia Kellam
I bought this book hoping to get some additional advice on money management. But alas it was not for me. I found it filled with examples from the author's clients. Read morePublished 2 months ago by PJW
This book has helped me get out of debt soooo many times!! lol I started out with a copy from my local library when I was a student and found that I had things on my credit report... Read morePublished 6 months ago by BeautifullyME
Though I haven't finished this book - which is a lot like a financial course text book -I see how following these ideas can change the way we think about money. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alethea
This book is perfect for ANY woman who grew up poor, now has a job where she makes over six figures and still can't manage to pay her credit card bill in full every month. Read morePublished 16 months ago by C. Porter
This was very eye opening to me on the problems I was having financially. Great author! (I am still reading this).Published 19 months ago by kay4luv
I like the step by step ease of understanding finances in such a way that anyone can understand....after reading...I called my bank to set up a..."Roth IRA"... Read morePublished 22 months ago by May
I bought this book after listening to the Steve Harvey radio show. We were on our way home so maybe my judgement was impaired. Horrible. Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by allison