Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The 60-minute Money Workout *Book Review*

Book Description:
Financial transformation in just one hour a week;You can revolutionize your finances in only 60 minutes Looking for long-term economic stability and not common quick fix schemes? Discover the secrets that Ellie Kay used to deliver her family from 40,000 in consumer debt. Now a nationally recognized financial expert and best-selling author, Ellie shares her one-hour-a-week program that has made it possible to take care of her family and do it all debt-free;With entertaining anecdotes, easy-to-follow charts, and practical advice, The 60-Minute Money Workout is both fun and feasible. You'll be able to;·Get out of debt and save for your kids; college ·Have meaningful and debt-free vacations·Pay cash for your cars·Make a difference in the world by giving generously·Find financial peace with your spouse·Be content with your current circumstances ·Latch onto hope for your financial future;In just one hour a week, you'll be financially stronger and smarter. Revolutionize your quality of life with the Workout and you'll never look back

My thoughts:
This book has 14 different chapters that each have 5 steps to help you with your finances and even help you teach your kids. Its pretty easy to understand it took me a couple chapters to really understand what was going on but after that it was easy. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn more about controlling their finances.

Disclaimer: I was given this book for FREE to give an honest review, all opinions are 100% mine. Waterbrook Multomah

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Cliques, hicks and ugly sticks *Book Review*

Book Description:

After an automobile accident, Isabel St. James-resident drama coach and drama queen-needs help putting together the church play. Mama insists April Grace and Myra Sue will help. April's fall is now devoted to spending every afternoon with Isabel and Myra Sue-if anyone is as big of a drama queen as Isabel, it's Myra Sue. Plus, she's dumb. (Okay, not dumb, but "older sister dumb.") If that's not enough, Isabel is wreaking havoc in the community trying to get Rough Creek Road paved, the new boy at school will not leave her alone, and then Mama drops the biggest bombshell of all . . . April Grace is no longer going to be the baby of the family .

My Thoughts:
Cliques, Hicks and Ugly Sticks is the second book in the "Confessions of April Grace" series by KD McCrite and now I feel like I need to go and buy the first one.
First of all I have to say I love reading tween and teen books. This book is about an 11 year old girl who is starting junior high and dealing with changes in her family and you can really relate to what she is saying and feeling about all the struggles of school and family. This girl is so darn funny I couldn't help but really laugh out loud in a few parts. I told my daughter what this book was about so I'm going to start her off with the first one and I know she is going to love it being an 11 year old herself and starting 6th grade next year and dealing with her siblings. This book is an excellent book and there is no worry about what your kids may be reading about its Christian based.

Disclosure:I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com <http://BookSneeze®.com> book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.