book review

I recently finished reading Financial Recovery: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Money by Karen McCall and think it’s a good addition to anyone’s personal finance library. Remember, I am a graduate of Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University so that’s my reference point for comparison.  I found Financial Recovery to have some similar ideas but with […]

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Guy Kawasaki, the author of Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions was the opening keynote speaker at the Sheblogs conference I attended last month.   What an impressive man!  He is the author of 10 books, former Chief Evangelist at Apple (twice) and founder of Alltop.com. His talk was a summary of the […]

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Financial author David Bach is out with a new book that focuses on those that can’t get rich yet  because they’re in debt.  Debt Free For Life: The Finish Rich Plan for Financial Freedom is the title and I’ll be focusing on chapter 5 which introduces the DOLP method. What is the DOLP Method? DOLP […]

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15 Minute Marriage Makeover is a new e-book  by Dustin Riechmann released today!  Dustin is the owner of the blog  Engaged Marriage which is about actively participating in marriage versus just being there. I was thrilled when Dustin gave me an opportunity to read the book pre=release for review. Book Review The book is well […]

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The author of Early Retirement Extreme: A philosophical and practical guide to financial independence, Jacob Lund Fisker,  is a fellow Yakezie member and the publisher at Early Retirement Extreme (ERE). I jumped on it when he offered an opportunity to read his book recently.  If you are a regular ERE reader, then you know the […]

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