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Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances... And Everyone Else's

Does it feel like you’re NEVER going to finish paying back your student loans?
Do you spend more on coffee per month than you put into your 401(k)?
Do you avoid looking at your bank balance because it’s easier to live in denial?
The first step to getting your financial life in order is tracking what you spend.

Money Diaries, the breakout series from Refinery29, offers readers a revealing and often surprising look at the personal finances of others: what they spen

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3 Responses to “#wahm #homebiz Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances… And Everyone Else’s”

  1. Anonymous says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not What I Expected, September 12, 2018
    By 
    Carolynn Frazer

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    This review is from: Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances… And Everyone Else’s (Kindle Edition)
    I was expecting a chunk of money diaries to be read at my leisure. Instead I have to hunt for the money diaries in between a bunch of financial information. I wanted to just read a book of money diaries and have the financial stuff after or in a chunk. This book is not how it was described.
  2. Anonymous says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More than just Money Diaries, September 10, 2018
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    Amazon Customer

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    I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. I do love money diaries, and have read almost all of the ones that have been published, but I was expecting the money advice portions of the book to be tired information that I had heard a million times over. I was very very pleasantly surprised by how much I didn’t know (HMO vs PPO section was something I can admit I didn’t understand until now) and how informative and relatable the information came across.

    This is one of my favorite self-help/financial advice books I have ever read. I have already recommended this book to all of my friends.

  3. Anonymous says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Informative & accesible. Not your parent’s financial guide!, September 23, 2018
    By 
    Phoebe

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    This review is from: Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances… And Everyone Else’s (Kindle Edition)
    I purchased this on Kindle and read in less than a week. Devouring it at every opportunity.

    I fit the target demographic of the book, millennial woman, regular Money Diaries reader, young professional etc, and I have a lot of questions about finances that I have been afraid to ask. Lindsey Stanberry tackles these topics with eloquence and ease, framing the information through a handful of money diaries & interviews, personal anecdotes from herself and other young women, and financial experts. I learned SO much through reading the book and the challenges helped me think about my personal finances without guilt or shame. This is not just a book of money diaries, which honestly, why would you spend $10-15 on?! They’re online for free!

    The book also tried really hard to not fall into the “stop buying lattes and avocado toast” trap, which I enjoyed; it was written by a millennial for millennials and did not seem dry or preachy. At the end of the day, Lindsey looks at finances in a balanced and human way that helped me see how I can enjoy my life and be a boss. She never built a sense of guilt into the book, emphasizing that debt is not a personal failure, and giving the readers a lot of ways to see themselves as financial champions.

    I will say, sometimes Lindsey’s personal advice come off as a little high-horse, given how much privilege she has, which she acknowledged. This book will continue to be a resource on my “shelf” & I would recommend it to any young woman who wants to take charge of her finances.

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