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January 13, 2006


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I would really enjoy reading this book. Being a couple who is working their way out of debt (will be debt free in 2007), we are doing good. But I am afraid my husband has fallen into the trap of a Workaholic, so I would be really interested in what this book has to say.

Conflicting couples is always a problem. It's hard to feel like you are on a team, when the other player keeps giving the ball away! Oh my wife is going to kill me for that one...


Balancing the habits of perpetual savers and spenders is always a problem. In our house it seems to back and forth - surely there is a happy medium! :-)

I want to know how Allen won yesterday! :-) He left a post on the wrong thread, as most others did, when the announcement post clearly said to leave comments on the thread for the Review of the book!


"Every day this week (five days total), I'll announce the winner of the Mind Over Money book for the previous day as well as the giveaway for that day. All you need to do is leave a comment, any comment, ***on that post***. That's all you have to do."

I am going to leave a comment on both so I don't get robbed again! :-)

I fall under the catagory of information junkie when it comes to finances. That said I hope I can win the book!


Sometimes the basics are the hardest for all of us to learn - that's why these kinds of books are good - to review and go through about twice a year to make sure we are on track. (Heaven knows there's enough around us to to try to throw us off!)

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