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« Tuesday January 08, 2013 »
Tue
Start: 7:30 pm
    Start the new year on a very practical foot! JoAnneh Nagler’s new book is for people who hate numbers, never liked math, and rarely, if ever, balance their checkbooks.  It’s a five-minute-a-day plan that’s simple, clear, and easy-on-the-soul.  No digging up past spending.  No deprivation.  It’s all about choosing how to live and how to spend money with clarity.  It's what she needed for herself when she was in terrible debt trouble, and when she couldn’t find it, she created it.  This evening, come learn from someone who’s been there…and survived intact.   Debt is a huge and pressing problem in our lives.  It ruins our well-being, our relationships, and our health.  And, once we’re in it, we often feel helpless to get out of its paralyzing grip.  Nagler’s book makes it basic, simple, and easy--for all of us who don't want to give up on ourselves, and for whom the "invest, invest, invest!" mentality of personal finance books has not worked.  We need basic.  We need simple.  We need help learning to live debt-free and we need it now.    JoAnneh Nagler is a former fundraiser and a grantwriter who, spiraling in debt, was unable to find a simple, workable solution. She developed her own system, and now coaches individuals and couples, using The Debt-Free Spending Plan to help them revolutionize their relationship with money. Bring your questions!       
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