Reading to Take Control of Your Finances: Real Money Answers for Every Woman Review #realmoneyanswers

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Check out my review of Real Money Answers for Every Woman by Patrice Washington and a few tips of my own of improving your finances. It can be done ladies!

Check out my review of Real Money Answers for Every Woman by Patrice Washington and a few tips of my own of improving your finances. It can be done ladies!

Hey there all.

I decided to get back into reading, so I just picked up Real Money Answers for Every Woman by Patrice Washington. I went on an awesome day-away retreat to EagleWood Resort & Spa (I’ll have to tell you all about it later) and took this book with me.

Business Insider points out that: 11% of rich people read for entertainment, compared to 79% of poor. Hold on, let me switch that around in case you didn’t catch that … 79% of us would rather read an entertaining book or blog post than read what wealthy people read …. Food for thought.

Now I realize this book has been out for a while, but it’s new to me! I definitely recommend that every woman no matter what phase of your life you are in, to read this. I’m not a book blogger, so no in-depth analysis here. This is a very conversational book, like sitting down with a girlfriend who can tell you how it is!

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A few takeaways from this book I admire:

  • You must create wealthy habits
  • Create an opportunity fund rather than an emergency fund
  • Change the way you think about money (Insert a Mary Jane affirmation here)
  • Know your worth (value)
  • Plan your success at work (prepare for your career change or salary negotiation)
  • Know what’s stopping you from hustling and how to get around that
  • If you can’t manage your household finances, how can you manage your own business?
  • How to save six months of income – painlessly
  • Managing finances and having those conversations with your significant other

Now if Warren Buffet can do 80% of reading still to this day, can’t you take 10-30% of your day to read?

Check out the video and let me know your thoughts or if you’ve read this book before. Below I have links to other helpful career/finance books and blogs as well.

In the video, I talk about a few books and blogs you should check out:

Blogs:

  1. DailyWorth.com
  2. FinanciallyWiseWomen.com
  3. GetRichSlowly.org
  4. LeavInvest.com
  5. TheSimpleDollar.com
  6. RealMoneyAnswers.com
  7. TheBudgetnista.com
  8. TheKrazyCouponLady.com
  9. Consumerist.com
  10. MoneyTalksNews.com
  11. MoneySavingMom.com
  12. WiseBread.com

Books:

  1. The Intelligent Investor
  2. Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits
  3. Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales From the World of Wall Street
  4. The Great Gatsby
  5. I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings
  6. How To Win Friends And Influence People:
  7. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind
  8. Think and Grow Rich
  9. The Automatic Millionaire
  10. Rich Dad Poor Dad
  11. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing
  12. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
  13. A Purse Of Your Own
  14. Girl, Get Your Money Straight
  15. Smart Women Finish Rich
  16. Prince Charming Isn’t Coming
  17. The Millionaire Next Door
  18. The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success
  19. How to be a Productivity Ninja: Worry Less, Achieve More and Love What You Do
  20. Springboard: Launching Your Personal Search for Success

 

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