I saw this book floating around on Facebook for a while, and I can admit that I was intrigued. And then, when I had the opportunity to review it, I was excited.
I consider myself to be a reformed shopaholic. Or maybe, a reformed saleaholic. I’ve never met a sale that I didn’t like. It’s how I go to Target with a list that only has 3 things on it, and leave with 7 items. I know that I’m not alone there. So, I snagged this book hoping to acquire a few more strategies to deal with my “saleaholism”.
Living Well Spending Less is not just about budgeting and money saving strategies. It helps to deal with issues of the heart that contribute to spending. The author, Ruth Soukup describes living well as being more about who we are than what we have. I appreciate the candidness and transparency with which she shared her own struggles with spending and how it affected her family and marriage. But more than that, I appreciated the thoughtful words of wisdom and applicable advice (i.e.: she doesn’t just tell you to budget, but provides different suggestions on how to do so).
This book reads well and I would definitely recommend it to anyone- especially those of you who are interested in improving your finances. You’ll enjoy it!
Be encouraged! Peace and Blessings
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are mine.