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B PLYMALE
Edition
First HarperCollins edition.
Descript.
xiv, 268 pages ; 24 cm
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"First published in 2020 by River Grove Books."--Title page verso
Summary
The founder of the Heritage Home Foundation nonprofit documents her secret abuse-marked childhood in and out of foster care and what she discovered while investigating the story of her mother's own harrowing past.
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Genre
Alt Author
Wald, Elissa.
ISBN/ISSN
9780063054332 (hardcover)
0063054337 (hardcover)
Call #
B GRANT
Edition
First edition.
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239 pages ; 20 cm
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"A memoir of coming of age and cooking, with recipes"-- Provided by publisher.
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ISBN/ISSN
9780374150143 (hardcover)
Call #
332.024042 M
Descript.
xii, 200 pages ; 24 cm
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Contents
My money story -- Is money different for women? -- Money mindset and women -- I'm bad with money; I'll be a bad "money role model" -- Let's talk current money issues -- Let's talk redefining wealth -- Let's talk dreams and goals -- Let's talk plans and actions -- Let's talk budgeting -- Let's talk saving -- Let's talk investing -- Making money now (or later) -- Let's talk college -- Let's talk "post-college" -- Let's talk career and income -- Let's talk starting a business -- Let's talk love, dating, marriage, and kids -- Let's talk buying a home -- Let's talk giving back -- Let's talk having fun -- How to maintain self-love through good money management.
Summary
A Guide to Talking Finances with Our Daughters! As many as 56% of women feel that they'd rather not talk about money with their loved ones. Some women say they were raised not to discuss money and others feel like the information is just too personal. Yet with many women controlling household budgets and raising the next generation of female earners, this could be a recipe for disaster in some homes and for society at large. How a Mother Should Talk About Money with Her Daughter helps readers broach money topics with their daughters in a meaningful, compassionate, and even fun way. It speaks to parents who may feel inadequate about their own money skills but still want to discuss money with their daughters while helping them build good financial habits. The goal is to start conversations that leave parents and girls empowered to love themselves (through good money management) and make the world a better place with their financial resources. Topics include how to save as a young person, the pros and cons of investing, how to determine which college is right (in terms of finances and future job prospects), how to determine a future partner is right (in terms of similar financial goals), and more.
Note
Includes index.
Subject
ISBN/ISSN
1621537420
9781621537427
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