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Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
For decades American women have been living beyond their means and buying things, often on credit, that are nothing more than a luxury. In Purses, Pearls & Pumps: Straight Talk About Women and Finances, Bonita Vinson PhD talks about the end result of living in luxury when they can’t afford it and offers advice for overcoming this powerful grip that has a choke-hold on their finances. She proposes three basic questions and then offers the answers to them. How did we get this way? What can we do to fix the problem? What will it take to change? Bonita then covers the financial myths that often lead to the extravagant overspending lifestyle and gives sound advice on how to cut those tightly wrapped cords which are holding us back from financial freedom. Using stories from her own struggles and those of women that she has helped coach, she clearly and concisely lays out a pattern to follow and practical means for rising above those struggles.
There is hope even for the most ruthless offender in Bonita Vinson’s book. With a delicate, but straight forward approach, Bonita will coach you toward a lifestyle that is much more practical and offers a great deal more freedom. Informative, encouraging and no-nonsense, Purses, Pearls & Pumps: Straight Talk About Women and Finances is precisely what American women, who find themselves trapped in a financial struggle, need to get them back on track and breathing a sigh of relief.