I have always been an avid reader however now I prefer to select books that further my education, personal development, or inspire and motivate me.

I think everyone should spend at least 10 minutes a day reading a personal development book of some kind.

Audio books are just as great because you can multitask your ‘chores’ and still tick-off your reading goals.

Whatever you think about, you bring about.  If you want to be good with your money you should be constantly reading, learning, and doing what other successful people are doing.

Reading finance books motivates and inspires me to stay on top of my financial planning and keeps me focused on my long-term financial goals.

This is my list of Personal Finance books for Women:

You’re a Bad Ass at Making Money – this hilarious book is filled with ‘aha’ moments that will help you overcome the mindset that is holding you back from financial success. 

The Total Money Makeover – The ultimate tool for personal finance in my opinion! Ramsey’s cred has always involved paying off your debt so you can get to where you want to be, and in this book he tells you how.

Everything is Figureoutable– This book will inspire and teach you that you really can figure ANYTHING out.

Think and Grow Rich – An oldie but goodie. This one is a classic personal finance must read.

Love Your Life Not Theirs – How the power of contentment can affect your money habits. Stop comparing yourself to the Facebook/Instagram highlight reel, and learn to be happy with what you have.

Smart Money Smart Kids – Now you know how to handle money, but do you know how to pass those excellent life skills down to your kids?! Don’t leave it up to the schools! Learn how to teach your kids to manage money well.

Rich Dad, Poor Dad – This book blows up the myth that you have to be a high-income earner to be rich. It also teaches you what to teach your children about money.

Smart Women Finish Rich – Learn how to manage your money well with a 9 step plan for establishing financial security and building long-term wealth.

Broke Millennial – Stop Scraping By And Get Your Financial Life Together – This book is for 20-30-year-old millennial’s looking for a financial plan that is not the typical personal finance book. This book will help those in their 20’s and 30’s navigate life with student loan debt and building friendships and romantic relationships while being open about your finances.

Miracle Morning Millionaires – Getting up early has changed my life in so many ways. It’s no wonder that a miracle morning routine can change your money habits as well.

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind – Much like religious or political beliefs, we grew up with certain feelings about money and wealth. This book will help you look at money in a different way. Change your mindset and change your life.

The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich – Learn how to be more efficient and optimize your time with these simple tips so you can make more money while working less.

A good book can inspire and motivate you to move to the next level of success in your personal and professional life.

It is so important to read books that will help you grow personally and professionally. The more you learn, the faster you can grow and become who you were meant to be!

I challenge you to read one book a month and see how it can change your life for the better.

Which books should I put on my reading list?  Let me know in the comments so I can check it out!  Happy Reading!

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    1. I couldn’t agree more! This has really shown me the importance of the emergency fund (as though Ramsey hadn’t stressed it enough! )

      Thank you for taking the time to read my article and comment💛

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