"I find myself wondering again and again what it would be like actually to live every moment of one's life with an awareness of God..." D. Allen

January 8, 2014

"Financial Recovery" by Karen McCall

I've read my share of financial nerd books, and still curiously pick up new titles.  The ones that peeve me MOST are too simplistic (build wealth in 90 days!) , or pretend you can be your own financial advisor (financial DIY is not for the faint of heart).  

That said, this book fills gaps I haven't seen before as it delves into desires, income gap, and serious debt.  This is not a book for messy over-spenders who need a written budget.  This is a book that deals with behavior and desire, or "financial dis-ease".  

Seems pretty relevant to today's main stream America. Come to think of it, I'm not sure when was the last time I read one like this. Am I missing out?

I want to understand my relationship with money, the heart and soul of how now and my hope for wise future decisions.  Has anyone helped you with this relationship?