Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book from the author in exchange for participation on her launch team.
So I’ve been (ever so slowly) working through Elite Blog Academy and had the opportunity to participate in the launch of Ruth’s new book. I had been reading her blog for a while…before her post about taking her kids toys away went viral. Anyway, I liked her blog and volunteered to be a part of her launch team.
If you aren’t familiar with the blog, Living Well, Spending Less, Ruth started it to keep herself accountable when her spending started to cause marriage problems. In the beginning, it was a savings blog dedicated to buying awesome things at rockin’ prices. But then she realized that living well had very little to do with the stuff she was buying (albiet for less than ever before).
Her book Living Well, Spending Less: 12 Secrets of the Good Life, is more than just another financial book. It’s part memoir, part examination of what the “good life” really IS, and some quick and easy ways to spend less. It’s an awesome book and I plan to re-read it again before it’s available again in a few weeks.
If you are starting to think about changing your life, financially or otherwise this coming year, I really think you should get a copy of Living Well, Spending Less. And if you pre-order one, two or 5 copies, there are some awesome bonuses you can get — a 156-page home planner, art work & necklace (if you buy 5 — book group, anyone?)
Living Well, Spending Less is really going to help get 2015 off to a great start. And affordable too–the Kindle is only $5.99 and you will still get the pre-order bonuses. How cool is that?
Are you planning ahead for next year? What resources are you using?