Book Review: Money Making Mom by Crystal Paine



Many moms want to be a money making mom. Crystal Paine tells how moms, and really anyone reading her book, could earn more money.

Money Making Mom offers solid advice on how to come up with a long term plan to earn extra money, ways to go about making extra money, and how to manage any business ventures wisely. She also offers plenty of down-to-earth stories from herself and other women who started businesses and money making ventures in a way that is both encouraging and inspiring to someone looking within. . .and around. . .for ideas to better both their budget and their life.

I am a middle-aged woman so some of these ideas are ones I have tried in the past. Even so, I found plenty of new ideas to give me food for thought as I consider ways to make extra money after our move as I homeschool our son. This is a practical book for any woman of any age to use who is looking for new ideas and encouragement at any stage of life for entrepreneurial ventures or ideas for working for others. I especially like that she shares success stories and stories of those ideas that didn't work out so well. She even shares how some failures lead to other new beginnings. I also like that she ends the book by sharing ways you can shift your perspective to also become generous with others. As a Christian book, she encourages women to honor God with their finances and find ways to give back to others as well as provide for their own expenses. I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking to expand their thinking and come up with money making ideas and to create a path to using their talents to create long term financial and personal goals.

I received this book at no cost from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for the book.

About the Author
Crystal Paine is a speaker and author of the New York Times bestseller Say Goodbye to Survival Mode. In 2007, she founded MoneySavingMom.com, a site that has since grown to become one of the most popular blogs on the web, currently averaging more than 1.5 million readers per month. She lives with her husband and three children in Wichita, Kansas.

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