Bought this on an impulse the other day… figured I was going to regret it - I mean what is worse than spending $20 you don’t need to spend on a book about money?* But it really turned out to be a very good book. She really starts with the basics, and moves through quick enough to keep your attention. She deals with credit card debt, but only a few pages (unlike one of her books I had borrowed from the library once) so its great for those of us who are trying to avoid making mistakes, rather than recovering from them (although I am sure it is good for those folks as well!).
* the only thing worse than “wasting money” on a book about personal finance? the fact that I’ve cluttered up my home with books about decluttering - but thats a post for another day - I just wanted to try out tumblr real quick today =)