Many women experience money as a source of worry, jealousy, frustration or sadness. They want to be responsible but feel out of control with their money. In The Good Friends Guide to Money, authors Lucinda Atwood, Ann Leckie and Marina Glass show women how to develop a great relationship with money.
With humor and personal anecdotes, and in easily accessible language, they provide the tools to help women change unhealthy and negative thoughts about money. The Good Friends Guide to Money teaches women how to clarify their personal values, develop their own financial goals and action plans, and spend and save in alignment with those values. In addition, financial experts provide advice on topics such as starting a new job, insurance, job loss, and bankruptcy.
The Good Friends Guide to Money is not about budgeting or deprivation. It is about thoughtfully aligning saving and spending with personal values. With clear values, women can set financial goals and action plans that fit like a well worn pair of jeans.