Not that we aren’t aware that we need to save money. What we don’t know is how to do it and most importantly, even if we start, how to be on track and not use our savings before time.
Since each one of us has different jobs, are in different situations, and have different life goals, we are not sure where to look when we think about saving money. So, here I am with the four best books which will help you irrespective of the phase of your life.
1. But First, Save 10 by Sarah Catherine Gutierrez
Loaded with simple explanations of complicated financial concepts and unique money management systems, this book is written for people of every age and every profession. A book with a great argument of how just 10 can make a great change in one’s financial life. This book will teach you how to save money without cutting out money that you spend to have a good time.
2. The Finanancial Diet by Chelsea Fagan
Are you someone who not only has an idea from where to start but also doesn’t care about personal finances? This book is for you.
In this book, the author has talked about how one can become smart with money. Also, you will learn how different habits in your daily life including your shopping and relationship habits affect your financial life. The best thing about this book is that you will learn how to save money in a year.
3. Broke Millenial by Erin Lowry
Get your shit together!
No, just your financial life. That’s what pages of this book are shouting: Get your financial life together! Stop living paycheck to paycheck! Through this book, the author is also sympathising with people in their twenties and thirties and are already drowned in the sea of debt. Starting from how to take care of loans without panic attacks to what to do when you are out with your friends and can’t afford to split the bill evenly, this book will tell you everything.
4. The Year of Less by Clait Flanders
This is a book directly coming from a person who was herself stuck in consumer debt of $30,000. She says sticking and getting out of the consumerism cycle is not as hard as getting stuck again and again. If you are a fan of setting goals, read this book.