I got a "good freebie" on Tuesday. It arrived by Purolator. It's 96 Keurig cups of coffee. 48 of some Pumpkin Flavour and 48 of decaffeinated. One tiny little problem I don't have a Keurig coffee maker. However dd does and it's at our house along with her other wedding presents!! So I called her about my predicament and she said I could use her coffee maker. Isn't dd a trooper!!!
"7 Money Rules for Life," by Mary Hunt
In her warm and encouraging style, financial expert Mary Hunt shows you how to master the essentials to get your money under control and prepare financially for the rest of your life. She shows you how to apply each of the 7 Rules, starting today, as well as how to recover from past financial mistakes. With Mary on your side, you'll learn how to
Spend less than you earn
Save for the future
Give some away
Anticipate your irregular expenses
Tell your money where to go
Manage your credit
Borrow only what you know you can repay
Money mastery isn't hard when you know the rules. Let 7 Money Rules for Life change your future from uncertain to rock-solid--no matter what your income level.
I have to say I am a fan of Mary Hunt's work, so was looking forward to reading and reviewing this book. In my humble opinion this book is good for those of you who are just realizing you have to do something about the way you spend your money and deal with your debt.
For those of us who have been there and done that and have sort of figured it out, this book would be a refresher of what information you already know and maybe what you have stored in the back of your mind to pull out and use one day.
I do prefer her other books especially "The Cheap-Skate Monthly Money Makeover" by Mary Hunt as that features more personalized stories and situations.
Stars out of 5 : 4 not a bad book, very helpful and worth while buying or borrowing, as even if we think we know it all, we always have room to learn something new.
"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group".
There is a great deal on at Groupon, $15 for $30 worth of books at BookCloseOuts.com
Great site use it a lot. Good for both Canada and the States, it does bill in US Dollars and for us in Canada, it's shipped out of Southern Ontario and comes really fast. Not sure if you can use the following with the Groupon, but I do have TWO $7 off codes when you buy $35 worth of books. Just let me know if you would like one, by leaving me a separate comment with your email address in it, I won't publish it. First come first served basis.