In today’s digital age, there are so many valuable resources you can leverage while surfing the net. So much so, it often results in overlooking the financial literature that allows you time to reflect as you read.
Books are a great way to dive deep into topics that align with your financial goals, like financial literacy and money management. Which is why today’s blog post will focus on a few personal finance books for women that will provide you with the knowledge and perspective you’ll need to take control of your financial future.
Here are 4 great personal finance books for women that you should definitely check out!
Clever Girl Finance: Ditch Debt, Save Money, and Build Real Wealth
This book is great to suit the needs of the smart and savvy woman! The founder of Clever Girl Finance, Bola Sokunbi has dedicated her career to helping women achieve financial freedom. Which is why this book focuses on the three personal finance pillars that all women need to master in order to succeed.
The goal of this read is to educate and empower women to identify their own needs and challenges with money. Bola shares enlightening examples from her own financial journey making it a relatable guide to any reader.
On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance
If you’re struggling to devise a plan on how to more effectively manage your money, this is the book for you! Investment experts, Manisha Thakor and Sharon Kedar, along with a group of Harvard Business School graduates as co-authors, walk their readers through the basics of personal finance.
The aim of this book is to help readers relieve the tensions associated with financial stress by providing a guide on healthy saving habits and big-purchase goals.
Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties
Looking to start thriving in your financial life? Financial journalist Beth Kobliner has written a guide for millennials wanting to explore their financial potential.
We’re living in an age where young people are plagued with student loan debt and a housing crises. This book gives concrete, actionable tips for creating health financial habits that will benefit the reader and their financial future.
The 21-Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Freedom
If you’re big on planning and want to create a clearly defined game plan to kickstart your financial journey, and also don’t mind going on a month-long spending hiatus, The 21-Day Financial Fast is a great place to start.
Author Michelle Singletary guides readers through a three-week spending hiatus (which doesn’t include absolute necessities of course). This gives readers the time and space to address less than favourable spending habits, plan for paying off debt, and prepare for the unexpected expenses og the future.
Female money management is unique. Which is why it’s on us to make the extra effort to succeed financially. Getting informed is the first step to taking charge of your financial future. These books may not be your typical lounge-out-on-the-patio reads, but we promise, you won’t regret getting informed.