The “thirty-is-the-new-twenty” and “YOLO” culture tells us the twenty something years don’t matter. Some say they are a second adolescence. Others call them an emerging adulthood. Dr. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist, argues that twenty somethings have been caught in a swirl of hype and misinformation. The data shows that our twenties are actually the most defining decade of adulthood – professionally and personally.
The original index card contained nine personal finance tips. Harold Pollack and Helaine Olen help us understand how our personal finance habits are shaped by the consumer economy. This book contains the basic principles to become financially stable and independent.
Heather Fier, founder of The Wedding Hacker Club, helps budget minded couples get the best deals and even enjoy the journey down the aisle! Heather shares money saving guidance and wedding industry secrets to plan a wedding without going into debt.
Financial anxiety is one of the top stresses for Americans. The Financial Anxiety Solution takes us step by step through helpful exercises and strategies to understand the sources of anxiety, apply coping skills to address anxiety symptoms, and prepare to tackle financial worries.
Check out our episode with Lindsay Bryan-Podvin, founder of Mind Money Balance, to learn how to align financial goals with your partner.
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley lays out a simple, yet highly effective strategy for you to overcome financial hurdles. This guide makes finance access! This is a guide to return to over and over again as you correct and build healthy money habits.
Check out our episode with Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, founder of the Fiscal Femme, to learn how to create a harmonious relationship with money and achieve your financial goals.
In this book, Bari Tessler shows how financial literacy and emotional intelligence go hand in hand. Bari is a financial therapist that emphasizes the importance of “money healing” in order to achieve financial wellness. Most of people never got the financial education needed and deserved as children and young adults. Money also wasn’t talked about and therefore we didn’t learn how to deal with all the emotions that come up around money. This book teaches us how to be mindful about our money so that it can support our values and goals.
Check out our episode with Bari Tessler in which we discuss our money stories and how they share our money practices. Give yourself a “money date” and learn how to take the first step towards healing today.
Author Karen Arrington has dedicated her life to empowering black women and breaking glass ceilings. This little pink books is added to The 411k Book Club to encourage all of us to level up our lives. We don’t settle and continue to set ambitious goals. This book reminds us that we are brave enough to go after what we deserve.