Get Rich, Lucky Bitch! by Denise Duffield-Thomas. Book review - can you release your money blocks and start manifesting money?

Book Review: Get Rich, Lucky Bitch!

As part of the Boost My Budget project I’m challenging myself to read one personal finance book every month! See my previous reviews here

This month’s book review is by Denise Duffield-Thomas.

I’ve covered a lot of the classics of the personal finance world recently, so I thought I’d go for something a bit different this month.

Denise Duffield-Thomas is a self-described ‘money mindset mentor’ who helps women work on their attitudes to money. A lot of her work is aimed specifically at female entrepreneurs, but I think that most women can benefit from her lessons, whether you own a business or not.

Money blocks

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch! …

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Book Review-The Millionaire Next Door

Book Review: The Millionaire Next Door

As part of the Boost My Budget project I’m challenging myself to read one personal finance book every month! See my previous reviews here

This month’s book is by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko.

Think of a millionaire. What sort of person comes to mind?

Designer clothes, luxury sports car, gigantic house?

According to The Millionaire Next Door, truly wealthy people are often not who you expect.

The majority of millionaires in the US (the authors are American, and their research only covers the US – but I imagine similar patterns exist in other parts of the world) live in modest houses in average working-class or middle-class …

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Book Review: Millionaire Teacher

As part of the Boost My Budget project I’m challenging myself to read one personal finance book every month! See previous reviews here

This month’s book is  by Andrew Hallam.

Andrew Hallam became a millionaire before he was 40 – while working as a teacher.

In this book, he explains how he did it… and how you can do it too.

Hallam’s claim is that anyone on a normal, middle-class salary (or even less) can become a millionaire. You don’t need to have thousands to spare or be a financial genius. You just need to follow the very simple rules set out in this book.

At less than …

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Review of Robert Kiyosaki's personal finance bestseller, Rich Dad Poor Dad

Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad

As part of the Boost My Budget project I’m challenging myself to read one money-related book every month! See previous reviews here

 This month’s review is  by Robert T. Kiyosaki.

I was excited to read this book!

According to the cover, it’s ‘the #1 personal finance book of all time’. I’ve seen it recommended over and over again on personal finance blogs and reading lists.

So did I love it?

Hmm.

Some parts are definitely very motivating. Kiyosaki is a smooth talker, and I can see why the book is a best seller.

As he reminds us constantly, he is first and foremost a salesman, after all.

Despite this …

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Book review: personal finance classic Your Money Or Your Life by Vicky Robin and Joe Dominguez

Book Review: Your Money Or Your Life

As part of the Boost My Budget project I’m challenging myself to read one money-related book every month! See previous reviews here

This month’s review is , by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez.

When I decided to take on my monthly book review challenge, this was the first name to go on my list. Your Money Or Your Life is a personal finance classic that is name checked on almost every money blog and forum out there, particularly those dedicated to early retirement and escaping the rat race.

The book sets out the money management program developed by co-author Joe Dominguez, which enabled him to retire early at age …

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