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Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2001

    It worked for us

    Before reading this book, my wife and I lived in a large metropolitan area and commuted 3 hours a day so that we could earn the income we thought we needed. This book caused us to think about what would really make us happy. We spent the next two years pondering this question, exploring different places to live and reading other books on simple living. After finally getting up enough confidence, we made the move to simplify our lifestyle. Now we live in a small town, earn 80% less income and have a much happier, less stressful, rich and full life with time for family, friends and community involvement. And, I should add, we have everything we need. This book is a good starting point and gives you the language to explore your relationship with money and how it relates to what really makes you happy. I highly recommend it if you have a feeling that your life is perhaps a little too complicated or too centered around earning money.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2000

    Bringing a financial plan to voluntary simplicity.

    I saw this book referenced in so many books before I actually picked it up. I see why now. It's about getting your finances and your priorities in order, and eventually getting to the point where you don't have to work. The authors ask you to make some difficult choices - but they don't seem so difficult when you look at the goal. I was more entertained and motivated during reading this book than with other financial books I've read, but at the same time feel like I've come up with a better strategy. I took a second look at some of our spending and assets after reading this book, and my husband and I now have a 2-year plan, so that I can stay home with our daughter.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2001

    Can't recommend ANYTHING else!

    This book was forced upon me by a college professor who tends to be outrageously loud about what she believes. Being a college student with much debt in store after graduation, I could understand a teacher having us read this book. However, the only reason she had us read the book was because of her grass-roots activism. Anyway, I am thankful that this book came my way. The authors defined and illustrated money issues including debt in a way I had never imagined before. This book brings into play your own values and enjoyment of life while combining financial issues. Usually happiness and money do not go hand in hand unless you have more than you can spare. I recommend this book to anyone even if they are not struggling with financial issues.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2007

    The psychology of money.

    Peter Teiman here. Solid book on the relationship between money and the psychology of aquiring it.Read it. Peter Teiman

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2001

    I AM THE PROUD OWNER OF LAND FOR MY FUTURE HOME

    I have come across many financial self-help strategy books in my time (I'm only 34 and much wiser than some people), but this book stands by itself! I've read books on what is described as the 'snowball effect'. Don't get me wrong, it truly works, but I recommend reading this book before any others. This book brought my attention to my relationship with money and how I abuse it (and my time). All I can say is after reading this book (which I'm going to read it again), is that I began a financial brainstorm, paid down all my debt and bought a piece of property (WITH CASH) which was saved. I had a goal of saving $15,000 in one year. Well, more was saved than that. I am now saving to build my dream home (but only what I NEED, not what I WANT). Remember that & you will have a stress free life. GET THIS BOOK NOW! AND ENJOY!

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