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Happy Ever After: Financial Freedom Isn’t a Fairy Tale | Book Review

Happy Ever After: Financial Freedom Isn’t a Fairy Tale
Author: Seven Dollar Millionaire
Pages: 304
Release Date: February 2, 2021
Buy the book here (affiliate link): Amazon UK

It’s nearly Friday, just one more day! I have been really productive the last two weeks and I finally feel like I am on top of all my tbr books, blog posts and blog tours. Speaking of blog tours, I have another right here for you!

Happy Ever After: Financial Freedom Isn’t A Fairy Tale is a really interesting and easily understandable book to help you and even your children take control of their finances and future. I have learnt so much from this book and I’m so glad to be able to share it with you all.

Thank you Literally PR and the author for a copy of the book in exchange for a spot on the blog tour.


Goodreads Synopsis

Written initially for a teenage daughter and then turned into a course to train migrant workers, Happy Ever After Financial Freedom Isn’t a Fairy Tale focuses on the fundamentals of understanding money, saving and investing, showing how the magic of compound investing can transform tiny initial amounts into genuine wealth. Finally, it shows readers how to achieve the Freedom Formula of 25x your annual spending – that can set you free.

Perfect for anyone who hopes to make their future financially brighter than their present, or help their own children avoid mistakes they made, Happy Ever After has a playful tone, featuring a spoiled princess and talking frog, hand-illustrated to help explain some of the trickier ideas that can help change your life.


My Review

Since the pandemic hit I have been trying to sort my finances out. So if something like this were to happen again, I would be in a much better position. When Literally PR contacted me to be part of the blog tour, I had to say yes. 1 because It seemed like a really interesting and informative book that was easy to understand. 2 the author has incorporated fairy tales which I found very appealing.

This book has opened up my eyes and has made me think about what I am doing with my money. It explains in detail how you can get your money under control without it being confusing. It’s even quite fun to read! Instead of there being loads of text and loads of maths and numbers, there are quick recap questions, graphs, parts you can fill in yourself, and yes, fairy tales explaining the sections in a very unique way.

As much as I know I need to start saving before spending, this book is written in a way that has made me take action straight away. This book clearly outlines all the main points you should be thinking about in a simple acronym: M.I.S.S.I.O.N. It’s made me realise there is a lot more to saving than actually saving as much as you can and also that it’s not too late to turn your life around. I’m happy to say I’m already making changes in my life so I can have fiancial freedom!

Happy Ever After Financial Freedom Isn’t A Fairy Tale is perfect for the younger generation and I will definitely be passing this on to any kids I have in the future so they can understand the importance and benefit from this as early as possible. But, It’s not just for the younger ones because this book has helped me understand so much about my finances already and I know it will continue to help me in the future.

Rating: 5/5

Rating: 5 out of 5.

About the Author

Although the original Seven Dollar Millionaire had worked in finance for more than 20 years, selling billion-dollar deals and managing the assets of some of the world’s smartest investors, the concept was born when his teenage daughter asked him a question he didn’t know the answer to: what’s the smallest amount of money you can save and invest every day to become a millionaire in your lifetime?

Buy the book here (affiliate link): Amazon UK

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Manchester blogger with a passion for reading, writing and travelling. I always have a book or a cup of tea in my hand.

Comments

3 June 2021 at 2:43 pm

This sounds like something I need to read! I can always improve my finances. My online shopping since the pandemic has gotten out of hand..



Nicola
4 June 2021 at 6:42 am

A very interesting review Ellie. The book has obviously done the job it was written for and helped you sort your own finances. I have enjoyed reading your review, nicely written, Well Done



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