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My Review Of Dealing With Money $h!t By Cassie Parks

I came across Cassie Parks book "dealing with you $h!t" randomly just over a month ago, I guess you would say I it into my as I was looking for ways to improve my situation and I have been reading "dealing with your money $h!t" on and off ever since, and I have to say it is an excellent read. For those who love their books and read several a week, I guarantee you will not be able to put this book down, but for those of you who are more like me and only read a bit at a time you will have no problem at all picking up this whenever you have a spare five minutes.

Cassie has put together a really well thought out book, which is designed to help you change your with money so that you can create a and more fulfilling life. The main emphasis behind "dealing with your money $h!t" is one of happiness and realising just what your time is really worth. So many of us slog our guts out trying to build up a little nest egg or keep the bills at bay, but while we are working as hard as physically possible we are not at all enjoying what life has to offer. This book is designed to help you change all this and teach you ways of better budgeting for a happier and life.

If you are struggling with money or looking for ways to attract more into your life then "dealing with your money $h!t" is most definitely for you. I would even go as far as saying that this book is life changing, it has certainly helped me change my relationship with money for the better and I am now looking at ways of better investing my time to create a happier and more abundant future.


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UK_Writer wrote on January 21, 2015, 6:09 PM

Sorry to be cynical, but I find most of these type of people have more than me to start with - my problem is lack of money and many people who say things are tight, or suggest ways of saving money, have 3x what I have and haven't got a clue really :)

scheng1 wrote on January 25, 2015, 7:47 AM

My reading choice for non-fiction books happen to be investing and financial related. I do not think I have read this one yet.

mrtoffee wrote on January 25, 2015, 8:31 AM

It was released on kindle in December 14 so still pretty new scheng1

scheng1 wrote on January 26, 2015, 9:04 AM

In this case, it will take probably a few months for the library to bring it in.