“I waited for three-paycheck months because then we could afford things that were otherwise out of reach” (“Pocket Your Dollars” page 27) I once had this crazy logic even though I knew there would always be 52 weeks in a year.
The approach towards debt elimination in “Pocket YourDollars” is what I appreciated. It is not so much about what you’re spending your money on but WHY. Unlike other books that say do this and don’t do this Carrie Rocha discusses why we may not buy that gallon of ice cream but will purchase the dress that is 75% off knowing that we do not need either.
The 210 page book is divided into 3 primary sections, which does not include the authors story, which I am sure many will identify with. The five attitudes are addressed in the first section of the book. What are the 5 attitudes? If only I had more money; I deserve a treat; it won’t happen to me; I’ll fake it ‘til I make it; and I can’t afford it. The second section discuss the skills needed to change. Upon successful completion of the first two sections you will be ready for practical application- creating a spending plan.
I recommend this book and suggest you purchase a copy for yourself and maybe a friend.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.