Goodbye stressing over financial freedom and HELLO to saving and GROWING money! If growing your money was as easy as planting a money tree, we would all have have one in our backyard. So here is the deal with Peter Sorrell’s book, 100 Ways to Save and Grow Your Money: Financial Fitness for Regular People, it is in simple terms, with step-by-step tips that ALL of us can understand!
Note the picture with the quote “Mama needs a new pair of shoes.” I chose this jar to remind myself that I, AKA “Mama,” do NOT NEED new shoes, probably for the rest of my life if I actually took inventory… After reading ways to GROW my money, I have decided to use the jar method that Peter explains in his book. See that $10 bill sticking out of the jar? Well, that is my first contribution to a weekly commitment to myself to strive for financial freedom. WoooooHooooo!!!!
How will I ever commit to $40 a month? In this book he explains that 10 dollars is just about what you pay for drinks when you are dining out with your family… Bingo! Or what about those 10 downloaded songs, or those two kid’s iPhone apps that they played for about a nanosecond?
Peter explains how just $10 a month can grow over time, and by saving your money instead of buying those clearance shoes, for example, that is money in the BANK! His tips can help you get started planning for your future, today! I am inspired to SAVE and GROW my $$$$. Thank you Peter Sorrells for the financial fitness pep-talk designed for regular people, like me!
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