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The Ms. Spent Money Guide: Get More of What You Want with What You Earn

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Praise For The MsSpent Money Guide

"An inspiring, sensible money guide that helps people learn how to spend without feeling guilty, deprived, or unhappy, and feel good about saving for their future. A wonderful book for anyone wanting to take charge and make the most of their financial life."- John Gray, author, How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have and Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

"Deborah Knuckey shows us that spending and investing aren't just about money. It's about realizing our dreams, and being true to ourselves."- Carrie Schwab Pomerantz, Vice President, Consumer Education, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

"The Ms. Spent Money Guide is innovative and offers exercises that can really help readers learn about themselves and money. The Conscious Spending model is an especially innovative planning approach that reflects how people feel about money."- Dr. Gwen Reichbach, Director, National Institute for Consumer Education

"As a divorce planner and financial advisor specializing in women's issues, I found Deborah Knuckey's book both informative and interesting. Her Conscious Spending approach can help every woman, in every financial situation, to be more aware of her money habits."- Ginita Wall, CPA, CFP, Director, Women's Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org)

"One of the best books to apply coaching principles to managing your money."- Henry Kimsey-House, coauthor, Co-Active Coaching Cofounder, The Coaches Training Institute


DEBORAH KNUCKEY is a writer, money coach, and speaker. She writes an Internet money advice column, speaks and coaches groups about Conscious Spending, and regularly appears in the media. Knuckey has an MBA from UCLA and has worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Co., Inc., Andersen Consulting, and Ketchum and as a financial reporter at News Corporation. She lives in Washington, D.C.
Introduction.

READY TO CHANGE: IS YOUR HIP POCKET OFF BALANCE?

Where Did It All Go?: The Unconscious Spending Trap.

Conscious Spending: Honoring Your Values.

Becoming Conscious: Getting More of What You Want.

The Excuse File: Why Unconscious Spending Tempts.

SET TO SPEND: THE SEVEN CONSCIOUS SPENDING CATEGORIES.

Security: Your Financial Foundation.

Shelter: Your Home, Sweet Home.

Sustenance: Feeding Your Body.

Self and Family: Everyday Expenses.

Social: Connecting with Others.

Society: Giving Back.

Soul: Expressing Your Higher Purpose.

GO: BECOMING A CONSCIOUS SPENDER.

Starting Out: Creating a Conscious Spending Plan.

Keeping Conscious: Designing a New Hip-Pocket Habit.

Iceberg Ahead: When You're Weighed Down by Debt.

The Big Squeeze: When Your Means Are Not Enough.

Bibliography.

Conscious Spending: Next Steps.

Index.