Book Review: “You are a bad ass at making money” By Jen Sincero

If you only buy one book this year, buy this book. If you’re having financial problems, buy this book. If you’re struggle with your spiritual well being… BUY THIS BOOK! My sister told me about this book over the summer. I skimmed through it over the summer and I enjoyed it well enough for it to gnaw at me for a few days, but it wasn’t until I finally became fed up with financial situation and do something about it that this book came back to me.

Like most people in the u.s my age I hate adulting because of finances. I have the credit of a woman my age that’s been divorced and liked to shop at a young age. I was never taught about finances and I always felt like wanting money was dirty…but that’s silly you need money to do the things that you enjoy doing. This book is such a wonderful catalyst if you need inspiration to start a business and it’s a wonderful educational tool to peak your interest about financially freedom. This book will also snatch your soul back to universe! This book is surprisingly spiritually enlightening. I was engaged and actually took my time to write the tips offered by Jen Sincero. This book makes you feel like you can move mountains! It’s like an all in one guide to financial freedom, mental clarity and spiritual awareness. I can’t say enough good things about this book. I honestly feel it should be given out to high school students. It’s that crucial. We are beaten over the head with same negative mantras regard money “money is the root of all evil” “money changes you” etc this book forces you out of your comfort zone and makes you confront your issues with money.

The information in this book is so beneficial. The book is so well written and easy to follow along. You almost feel as if it’s long chat with a good cup of coffee. I enjoyed the book so much I ended up purchasing Jen’s first book. I truly can’t say enough good things about this book. It truly changed my life and my mindset about money. I can’t wait to continue to apply the lessons learned in this book. It’s so good I already know I’m probably going to read it again. It’s one of those books you’ll keep as reference guide when times get tough. I have it on IBooks and Kindle and I’m a person that HATES spending money so it I buy something twice…it’s the truth hunty💅🏿 love this book.

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