Is there really that big of a difference between managing your money as a millennial compared to being a Gen Xer or Baby Boomer? As a millennial who has read numerous personal finance blogs and books, has attended my fair share of finance conferences, and has been writing and interviewing others on personal finance for over 5 years now, my answer is yes, yes and a BIG yes!
Luckily, I’m not the only one who thinks this way, and Erin Lowry, the blogger behind BrokeMillennial.com, wrote a book (also named Broke Millennial) that focuses on money for millennials specifically.
Although when it really comes down to it, the principles of personal finance don’t really change from generation to generation. But the fact still remains, we are a very different generation than those before us. We experienced different things and sometimes speak a different language. And that’s why I found it so refreshing to read Erin’s book which really got me. Got my struggles with money and offered practical and modern solutions.
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Grab a Copy of Erin’s Book Broke Millennial
If you want a book that focuses on millennial money issues specifically, and outlines how to tackle your roadblocks with money, how to choose the best budgeting style for you, how to negotiate a better salary, and much more, grab a copy of Erin’s newly released book Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together.
Check Out Erin’s Best Blog Posts
- The True Value of a “Worthless” Degree
- Reflecting on 4 Years as Broke Millennial
- An Examination of Will Power: Money vs. Health
- Taking Time to Recalibrate with a Financial Cleanse