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Unf*ck Your Finances

Narrated by: Melissa Browne
Length: 4 hrs and 26 mins
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Summary

The essential guide to becoming financially adult.  

Most of us would rather be caught naked than have our finances open to view. Why are we so reluctant to engage properly and effectively with something so fundamental? Melissa Browne challenges us to change our thinking and our bank balances for the better.   

With clear, easy to follow advice, she tells you how to set up savvy savings accounts, make the right investments and discover why budgeting is a dirty word.   

Learn to financially adult and become not just financially unf*cked...but financially well.

©2017 Melissa Browne (P)2018 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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Really helpful introduction into money management

I enjoyed this introduction into money management and the helpful strategies Melissa offers. The one thing I didn't enjoy was the constant comparison between money and dieting. Not helpful for someone recovering from eating disorders/ not engaging in diet culture. probably something for her to consider in a next edition of the book. I'd read or listen again, but would welcome less of the diet and food comparison. Thanks.

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Basic Information

I was hoping to get more in-depth information. The majority of information was based on her personal stories around money.