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Five Steps to Financial Wellbeing: How changing your relationship with money can change your whole life

Clare Seal

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From the creator of the viral instagram account @myfrugalyear, a guide to changing your relationship with money in just five steps.

'Sound and caring, this is a book we all need to read' Stylist

'This book is going to change the way I live' Daisy Buchanan

'Compassionate, practical and insightful' Vicky Spratt

It's impossible to talk about wellbeing without addressing our financial wellbeing.

While it may be true that money can't buy you happiness, you will struggle to find balance and contentment in all other areas of your life when you aren't in control of your finances.

In Five Steps to Financial Wellbeing, Clare Seal walks you through five straightforward, achievable steps to take to change your relationship with money for good, and in doing so, change the rest of your life for the better.

This book also addresses the deeper fundamentals of a healthy relationship with money, from building self-worth to tackling consumerism. Five Steps to Financial Wellbeing is a toolkit to help readers of all ages and life stages establish a healthy, positive relationship with money. It also covers how to avoid problem debt, save and invest for the future and above all, take control of your finances instead of letting your finances control you.

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Clare Seal

When Clare Seal reached what seemed like a breaking point in her relationship with money in spring 2019, she turned to Instagram to make herself accountable, posting anonymously about her journey out of debt as @myfrugalyear. She immediately struck a chord, and in just one year found a following of 45k people, her posts offering advice and solidarity to a growing community of people in a similar situation. A new voice on the finance scene, Clare has already been sought out by the Telegraph, Huffington Post, Grazia and Hello! Magazine to give her opinion on topics relating to debt, money and the challenges facing millennials. Clare Seal is a working mother of two, and lives with her husband and children in South West England.

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