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A recommendation from a twitter account I follow. I would 100% recommend again.
Elizabeth and tells her story in such an open and inspiring way. She offers advice, some of this relates to US audience but there are many equivalent here in the U.K.
A great read.
Loved the audiobook. I have been a long term reader of the blog and enjoyed learning more about Liz's back story. As a mom, of similar age to Liz, expecting baby number 2, being frugal will enable me to go back to work on a part time basis. Reading the book and the blog strengths my resolve to do this and gives me confidence that I can do this.
I thoughly enjoyed this memoir style story as it was very approchable and relevant. I enjoyed both the narrator and the writing voice that was full of wisdom and humor. A great book for some one interested in either the early retirement or minimalism movement.
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The narrator does a fantastic job of capturing Liz's cadence and spirit. The book is bright, energetic, fun, and refreshing. More memoir than how-to, this book paints a picture of a decade-long approach to achieving one's dreams and discovering who you are and are meant to be.
Liz credits her privilege to how hey were able to do what they did, and is open and honest about the role of privilege in their lives and how that inspired them to do other things with their privilege that drink expensive coffee and buy expensive clothes. This kind of admission is a rare thing to find in "self made" stories, and I appreciated that she recognizes their approach won't work for everyone, but this is still a great, entertaining listen.
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