Refinery29 Money Diaries by Lindsey Stanberry

Refinery29 Money Diaries

Does it feel like you’re NEVER going to finish paying back your student loans? Do you spend more on coffee per month than you put into your 401(k)? Do you avoid looking at your bank balance because it’s easier to live in denial?The first step to getting your financial life in order is tracking what you spend.Money Diaries, the breakout series from Refinery29, offers readers a revealing and often surprising look at the personal finances of oth...

Details Refinery29 Money Diaries

TitleRefinery29 Money Diaries
Release DateSep 4th, 2018
GenreNonfiction, Self Help, Finance, Personal Finance, Personal Development, Economics

Reviews Refinery29 Money Diaries

  • Kimmie
    The money diaries themselves are interesting but the financial advice given is highly questionable. Of course finance is personal and everyone handles it differently, but I don't feel that this book really acknowledged this. Rather it presented the advice as fact, which is troublesome as I'm sure they have younger readers who will take their advice to heart and not do their own independent research. A couple points that bothered me:-The authors n...
  • Kayo
    I'm a little older than your target reader, but I loved the book. I know it will be a huge help to any individual living and working today. Lots of great advice. While it had so much to take in, anyone can take small steps to get financially secure. Thanks to author,publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read this book. While I got the book for free,it had no bearing on the rating I gave it.
  • Leilani
    It is undeniable that money has changed in the last few decades. Our salaries, our investments, our bank accounts all look different from the baby boomer generation. I think this book is a great read for the younger population because it shows what we’re all spending our money on. It’s a view into the dirty secrets of other hard-working women. You can read other personal finance books that will tell you to be a spendthrift, save for a house, ...
  • Sonja
    I'm definitely not the target audience for this book, but I thought it was really good!
  • Kristen Anderson
    I picked this up hoping it would just be a lot of money diaries, which it wasn't. But it was a lot of sound financial advice, echoing advice I'd gleaned from other books.
  • Jacqueline
    I expected this to have more money diaries but it was more of a "money diaries then discuss" kind of structure, which I'm not complaining about.