Real Life Money: An Honest Guide to Taking Control of Your Finances (Paperback)
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Real Life Money: An Honest Guide to Taking Control of Your Finances (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 14/05/2020
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'Want to finally get a grip on your cash? This is the book for you' Cosmopolitan

'The book everyone should read' Stylist

'Packed with encouragement, support and wisdom' Anna Mathur, author of Mind Over Mother

Real Life Money is a holistic approach to personal finance that addresses the deeper causes of debt and financial difficulties.

Part memoir, part guide, Real Life Money takes the reader on a journey that can be adapted to their own pace and circumstances. It covers everything from how to negotiate repayment terms with creditors and setting realistic budgets without punishing yourself, to dealing with money anxiety.

The goal is not to get rich overnight, or to pay off debt at the expense of all of life's pleasures, but rather to gain an understanding of why we feel the way we do about money, and how we can use that to change our mindset and our finances for good.

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781472272294
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 216 x 134 x 26 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Her voice [is] refreshing in a world where finance and investment still feels so male- dominated. * Grazia *
This book is going to be a gift to the lives of many. It's packed with encouragement, support and wisdom that will dismantle shame, and equip people in finding balance both financially and in they way they emotionally approach money. * Anna Mathur, author of Mind Over Mother *
Want to finally get a grip on your cash? This is the book for you. * Cosmopolitan *
Whether you have debt, are a bit too trigger happy with contactless payments or just can't bear checking your bank account in the middle of the month, Seal's non-judgmental book is unmissable... this is an essential and kind book that everyone could benefit from reading. * Stylist *
The book everyone should read. * Stylist *
Real Life Money combines emotional and pragmatic advice for 'financial wellness'. * Mail on Sunday *
Gentle and forgiving, think of this as the book equivalent of someone holding your hand. * The Independent *
Covers everything from how to negotiate repayment terms with creditors and setting realistic budgets without punishing yourself, as well as dealing with money anxiety * Glamour *
Part memoir, part guide - Seal takes the reader on a journey that can be adapted to their own pace and circumstances. * Stylist *

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