End Financial Stress Now: Immediate Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Financial Outlook

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Adams Media Corporation
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5.3 X 8.3 X 0.6 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

Emily Guy Birken is a finance writer who writes the "Live Like a Mensch" column for The Dollar Stretcher. She is also a contributor to Wise Bread, PT Money, Money Crashers, Yahoo! Finance, and Business Insider, and many other personal finance sites. She edits and writes for the FinCon blog, an annual conference for financial bloggers. She is the author of The 5 Years Before You Retire, Choose Your Retirement, Making Social Security Work for You, and End Financial Stress Now. You can visit her at SAHMnambulist.blogspot.com.


"Emily takes you on a journey to really understand where your financial stress comes from, and how to overcome it. This book has the answers. Even if you're still working through some of the basics, this book is worth checking out. You'll learn more about the reasons behind your behavior and feelings, and this book will help you gain control over your financial life."

--Chief Mom Officer
"End Financial Stress Now ... proposes a reassuring remedy for any cash-related worries that may be haunting your thoughts ... .An eye-opening new take on an age-old subject. Instead of dispensing one-size-fits-all advice ... Birken offers a variety of possible ways to approach this important task ... .Birken's book may be the solution you didn't know you needed to avoid stress in the first place. As a bonus, it also doubles as a fantastic introduction to the basics of personal finance for teens and young adults."--Better Investing Magazine
"This is a super interesting read for those who like psychological hacks. If you want to get out of your own way and fix your money, pick up a copy today."--Femme Frugality
"Emily Guy Birken tackles the reasons why money matters are often so stressful and provides straightforward, practical advice for improving your financial outlook ? without increasing your income."--HuffPost LIFE
"What Emily will help you do is make peace with money. And that's priceless. You'll reduce stress levels and improve your health and relationships. It's a realistic plan that doesn't make big promises, and that's why I like it. I appreciated the very specific advice Emily gave readers on what they could do to reduce their stress ... Everything she suggests is doable and will have an immediate impact on how you feel. If you're ready to do the work to understand why you are stressed about money, pick up End Financial Stress Now and give it a read. Better yet, read it and do what Emily suggests. Turn off the TV, stop scrolling through social media and devote some time to taking care of you. Invest in yourself because you're worth it."--Women Who Money