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Live. Save. Spend. Repeat.: The Life You Want with the Money You Have Paperback – October 1, 2017
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Kim Anderson is the author of the Thrifty Little Mom blog and a popular money-saving expert. She has been featured on Time.com, Money.com, and GoodHousekeeping.com. Kim and her husband, Cressel, paid off $93,000 in debt in two years on one income. They live in Atlanta with a son and identical-twin baby girls.
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First of all, this woman is a fireball. She is a mom, a speaker, a coach, a blogger, a podcaster and does it all with a lot of energy and grace. How she does it all is a mystery to me.
So, initially, I was really more interested in the author behind the book, not expecting that the book was for me. I was super surprised how much not only loved her book but how much it spoke to me. At first, I (wrongly) assumed that the book would only be geared towards financially struggling young families. Wrong. It takes much broader approach.
The author challenges to examine your assumptions about money and your relationship with it. This book is not just for people who are seeking a frugal lifestyle. There's a lot of practical and easily actionable advice about goal setting and financial freedom.
Kim is just one of those super relatable people, and it shows in her book. If you are interested in easy budgeting, this book is for you. If you are interested in changing some of your financial habits, this book is for you. If you are interested in goal setting and self-improvement, I'd still say this book is for you. I'd highly recommend this book to everybody from my Mom to my husband, BFF, and even co-workers. I cannot wait for her next book. Great listen. I am glad I used one of my Audible credits for this. Five solid stars!
Live. Save. Spend. Repeat. provides a unique spin on becoming debt free and an intimate connection with her readers. Of someone exactly like me. Someone who has felt the intense pain of morphing from two incomes to one. Someone who has gone through all the hard parts of that process and is not only willing to share her story, but offers her knowledge to help you do the same.
Kim sits down with you, opens up her life, and shares her deepest parts and biggest dreams. The dirty money parts that no one ever wants to talk about. You can tell it comes from a place of wanting to help make your life better. The "real" factor with Kim and her story was just what I needed to immediately step up my money game.
If you are looking for a heart to heart with someone just like you, who has played the money game and won, then this book is for you. It motivates you to start today to not only dream for the life you want, but the tools you need to walk directly into that dream. If Kim and her husband could do what they did on one income, which is a normal every day American budget, then you can too. It's not hard to see how Dave Ramsey or Suze Orman can be debt free with their million dollar empires (and I am not discounting their struggles). However, this book is real talk for every day Americans who are doing it the hard way. And that means a lot to me.