I’ve never been a big fan of a lot of personal finance books because I always felt that many of them just spew out a lot of terminology, which mean I would get intimidated.
Actually I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one that feels this way. Which is really refreshing to see that there are a few people out there who not only talk about the importance of getting your finances together, but in such a way that talks about the why.
Jason Vitug’s book “You Only Live Once” does just that, where it goes over a pretty good outline on how to create a vision for your life, and using sound financial planning on getting there. He calls this “financial wellness”, which I think is pretty fitting.