I’m a big fan of setting goals. I think we naturally start taking stock of our life the week between Christmas and New Years. Mainly because it’s such an aimless week (at least for me). With packing up the holiday decorations and finally getting to breath I like to take some time to reflect.
I always set goals in four different categories: business, personal, health and financial.
BTW I won’t talk much about the business or financial ones but the personal one (it’s kind of weird) and the health one I will be chronicling on Instagram between talking about deals, cat pictures and some other exclusive content I have planned for 2020. You can follow me at @afrugalchick if you want to watch.
I know many of you will set financial goes for 2020 and I wanted to help you out. So my book Singles: Take Control of Your Own Financial Journey Kindle Edition is marked down to only $4.50 through 1/1. And you will get a $1 Kindle Credit to use on another book! And I have been thrilled with the reviews- hopefully this can give you an idea of what the book can do for you!
Check out some of these reviews:
“I read this book on the Kindle version and then ordered 4 copies of it to share with others and will continue to recommend it to those looking for a straightforward guide to financial wellness.
This book was easy to read and easy to understand. The author provides clear guidance that anyone with a desire and commitment to a better future can follow. The chapters are broken up in a way that a reader can pick and choose where to start and how to proceed, or could read straight through in a traditional manner. While the author provides the information to get started and gain momentum, the onus for wellness is still on the reader who has the choice of when and how to apply the information.
This book is not just for singles, it is for anyone who wants to move forward toward a better financial future.”
“Laura Oliver offers sound advice on how to get your financial house in order. She used events in her life as examples of how her suggestions helped improve her situation. She encourages the reader to use those most appropriate to their situation. If you are in debt, there are many guided suggestions for you to improve your situation. She does not sugarcoat the effort but she does provide ways to enjoy life as you improve your financial situation.
This is not a book you read from page one to the end and put it down. What makes this book different is that it engages the reader to take action. Actions needed for improved financial health are presented as a step by step processes. There are resources in the book and on the referenced website to help the reader. People of all stages in life will benefit from reading and using the book.”
“I absolutely LOVED this book! As a single woman in my 40s, I thought I had read everything out there about personal finance. But I have never read anything as personally applicable for the single saver, spender, earner and giver as this book. Ms. Oliver’s advice is relevant and practical. I have highlighted passages and “dog-eared” pages to refer to as I manage my money. I especially appreciated the specific action steps at the end of each chapter that encourage you to make immediate change. Buy this book for recent college grads, every unmarried member of your church, your adult children and anyone who could use some direction on their financial journey!”
So if you need a small kick in the pants for 2020 maybe check it out. The book is an easy read- only 151 pages long. And you don’t even have to read it cover to cover- you can read a chapter and take a little while to digest it. Then start something else.
If it sounds like something you are interested in click here to check it out. But hurry- the price will go back up January 2nd!