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Category: Finance Book Reviews

Book Review – The Meaningful Money Handbook

In this blog post, I review The Meaningful Money Handbook by Pete Matthew. This book includes important financial education and principals which are universal, yet the book also boasts specific financial information relevant to a U.K. audience. Personal finance is something we all have to manage, and if you’re not sure what you need to do to get started, improve or master your money, have a read of this review and consider purchasing this handbook – you won’t…

Book Review: The Total Money Makeover By Dave Ramsey

Are you in debt? Are you one paycheck away from broke? Are you constantly counting down the days until payday? Are you always wondering where all your money has gone? Would you like to improve your financial situation? If you answered yes to any of the above questions then this post is for you.

If you’re into financial education or have done any research into getting out of debt, then you’ve probably come across the name Dave Ramsey…

Book Review: Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible

I haven’t written a book review in a while, but don’t be alarmed, this isn’t because I haven’t been reading! I set myself a goal of reading 52 books this year but unfortunately, I don’t have the bandwidth (or willpower) to write a review for every single book that I read. Instead, I’ll write a review of my favourite book of the month.

This review is a little late, but Slay in Your Lane…

Book Review Michelle Obama Becoming – 10 Lessons Learned

Becoming is an autobiography written by the former United States First Lady Michelle Obama. In this book, Obama talks about her whole life thus far, discussing everything from her humble beginnings, and how she met her husband, to her time at the Whitehouse and how she was able to find her voice. It is a very interesting memoir which I gained a lot from reading, so I thought I’d share 10 lessons (there were so many more) that I…