Fabulous but Broke
When Alice fell down the rabbit hole she found a magic drink and a magic cake. Today many of us are searching for that magic formula when it comes to finances but sadly it doesn’t exist. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but you always knew it was up to you right? There are no fairy godmothers, unicorns or magic shoes coming to save you but you do have something very important that fairy tale characters often don’t have- choice.
The problem is many of us are unwittingly carrying such twisted money messages around with us that we aren’t exercising choice. And choice is the one thing we desperately need in order to stop sabotaging and become the author of our own financial fairy tale. That’s why I wrote this book.
Fabulous but Broke holds thirteen financial fairy tales that each challenge a particular money mindset. From The Woman who Lived in her Shoes to the Passive Princesses or The Sponges. Each are designed to challenge your money mindset in a cheeky, fun way and to hopefully highlight to you where you could be heading but just as importantly – to offer an alternative ending if you changed your mindset. That way we can be our own financial fairy godmothers and save ourselves.
But don’t just take my word for it. Here’s what others had to say:
“You may not want to admit it, but if you’re spending all of your dollar on couture in the secret hope that a (handsome) man will come along to lift you out of your financial woe, then this book is for you. If we could go back in time and give a copy to Carrie Bradshaw, we would.”
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