Read The Spender's Guide to Debt-Free Living: How a Spending Fast Helped Me Get from Broke to Badass in Record Time Online Free - Popular blogger Anna Newell Jones of AndThenWeSaved.com delivers this self-help manifesto that reveals how a "spending fast" will help you get on the road to living debt-free.
In 2009, young photographer Anna Newell Jones was rapidly suffocating under the weight of too much debt. An inveterate “spender,” she was in way over her head, to the tune of almost $24,000. She knew her debt was only going to get worse if she didn’t take action, but she didn’t know where to look for help. On a whim, Anna decided to go on a spending fast—an idea she heard in passing but knew little about. Creating her own method, she learned what worked and what didn’t and wrote about it on her blog, AndThenWeSaved.com. Amazingly, Anna was able to eliminate all $23,605.10 of her debt in only 15 months! She was interviewed in Forbes, Self, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, and the Chicago Tribune.
Anna’s journey inspired people and showed them that they too could change the way they dealt with their own money woes. The Spender’s Guide To Debt-Free Living takes readers through a detailed step-by-step plan on how to do a Spending Fast and get out of debt, including:
Creating a personalized Debt-Free Life Pledge. Understanding where your money is going when you’re in debt, and where it will come from to pay it off. Learning why putting money into a savings account before (or while) paying off debt may not be the best idea for you. Finding additional income sources and generating side gigs. Re-integrating spending into your life once you’re out of debt, so that you stay out of debt.
Filled with do-it-yourself ideas, insight from experts, and tons of motivational tips and real-life practical advice, The Spender’s Guide to Debt-Free Living proves that you don’t have to win the lottery or get a new job to change your life.
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May 04, 2016
As a twenty-something with student loan debt and a yes-I've-heard-everything-there-is-to-hear-about-budgets attitude, this book was a refreshing and convicting read.
The plan as a whole, even though most people probably won't go to the extreme of completely needs-only spending as she did....
October 19, 2016
Impractical advice for reasonable living. As a business manager, I believe her feast or famine perspective is exactly the kind of unhealthy thought pattern which gets people into serious debt in the first place. Also, the catastrophizing around student loans (income based repayment, guys. There's...
February 06, 2017
I confess that, when I read books like this, I usually just read the author's instructions ("write down all your expenses for the month"), lying to myself the whole time: "Oh, I'll do that part later..."
But, with this book, I actually followed the writer's instructions most of the way through. I...
January 08, 2017
I read this for motivation really, not as a how-to. It did inspire me to stop wanting all of the things, so mission accomplished. A quick, good read.
May 27, 2017
I liked her sound advice and her ability to talk about both her successes and failures.
February 09, 2017
I really needed and liked this book, the only reason I took off a star was because quite a few of the websites listed in the book don't exist anymore. It's only a year old and already outdated!
November 30, 2016
What made me most happy about this book is that it reinforced for me a lot of the things I've already been doing while at the same time providing a bit of a surge of encouragement to increase my efforts with a few new ideas. If you've allowed the evil of debt into your life, this is a great place...
December 10, 2016
As a guy who carries a lot of debt and is working on paring it down I found this book to be a refreshing take on money matters. I'm definitely going to incorporate the author's ideas into my life.
May 15, 2016
We've already been debt-free but I still liked some little tid-bits in this. Good reminder.
October 29, 2016
Not long ago, I sat down and had a chat with the financial advisor we have access to through work. I’ve always been wary of financial advisors because they oftentimes give advice based on what will make them money but because ours has a fiduciary responsibility, I decided to see what he had to sa...