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Based on years of research and filled with illustrative stories, LOADED offers an important guide for identifying the harmful core beliefs about money and what can be done to challenge and overcome those negative beliefs. Once a clear understanding of your individual beliefs about money is established, the human–centered approach to budgeting and money management can be put into action. This budgeting structure incorporates several principles from psychology that are missing or misaligned in traditional budgeting methods.
One Pound Meals by
Call Number: Sighthill Main stock 641.552 BAR
A collection of super-simple and tasty recipes that will save you both time and money. Here is delicious food for less. So much more than cheap dinner ideas - here are meals that cost under a pound but you get to eat like a king! Recipes for the whole family without breaking the bank.
Personal Finance by
Call Number: Craiglockhart Main stock 332.024 CAL
What you really need to know about personal finance! Personal Finance is an innovative new book aimed at anyone who would like to build ability and confidence in making financial decisions. It distils important but complex concepts into usable form and relates them to actual experience.
Personal Finance by
Call Number: Merchiston Main stock 332.024
Essential reading for undergraduates, Personal Finance moves through fundamentals, including budgeting and managing debt, before engaging with major issues and life events where financial literacy is key.
Cooking on a Bootstrap by
Call Number: Sighthill, Craiglockhart & Merchiston Main stock 641.552 MON
More than 100 new delicious and affordable recipes from food writer and activist, Jack Monroe
Bust is the emotional journey of debt and bankruptcy, an intimate portrait of families struggling to cope with personal debts, as the credit crunch unfolds during one of the worst recessions for decades. We follow two families as they struggle with the burden of admitting they cannot cope, and battle through the bureaucracy of bankruptcy. Is it really the answer they all expect it to be?