Too often, our money problems grow into some kind of monster hiding in the closet, growing bigger and badder and scarier every day that we keep them hidden. But if we want to change the behaviors that get us into trouble, we’ve got to kick the monster out of the closet—and laugh at him.
And I don’t know anyone better equipped to do this than Jon Acuff. Through his blog and book, Stuff Christians Like, Jon’s proven that he has a unique perspective on life that helps us get the joke and get the truth behind the joke every time. Lucky for us, Jon decided to chronicle his observations on his own journey toward Financial Peace. Think of it as an insider’s guide to the “Dave Ramsey” stuff we all laugh about.
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About the Author
Jon Acuff used to be a serial quitter, constantly hoping the next job would be different. From writing advertising for The Home Depot to branding for companies like Bose and Staples, he's no stranger to the cubicle. In 2010, Jon closed the gap between his day job and his dream job by becoming a full-time writer. He is the author of four books, including the New York Times best-seller, Start. He lives in Nashville, TN, with his wife and two daughters.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thought this book was going to be more informative, but it wasn't. I feel I was mislead. I do admit it was funny, but it was more of a personal story and not really reflective of what Dave Ramsey has to say about saving money and/or budgeting.