“Right now, more than half of Americans are struggling financially—living paycheck-to-paycheck, according to a new study. Money coach Janet Lombardi has been there, thrust into debt disaster, but has come out on top. And now, she’s revealing the seven key steps to financial reform. “It’s possible to crawl from the wreckage, whether you see it coming or not,” says Lombardi, author of Bankruptcy: A Love Story. “Get clear about your finances and take action. Once you’re ready for that action, you can regain control of your savings and your life.”
Bankruptcy – A Love Story is the memoir of Janet Lombardi. And this is where it starts. On a gray January day in 2007 changed Janet Lombardi’s life. Because she discovered something very scary. Something that none of us would want to hear? Every woman’s worst fear had come true. Her husband, an attorney, had emptied their accounts, WITHOUT her knowledge! While it as rough and a hard pill to swallow, her advisor told her the blunt and honest truth. Get a good attorney, accountant and find the best private eye around.
A bare and raw story of infidelities and economic turmoil. Because of her husband’s choices, it has a drastic effect on their family. While her husband Josh faces prosecution and prison. This brilliantly written memoir takes you through all of the ups and downs of her life. Sexual desire, addiction, financial collapse and a love that has been squandered. As a wife, mother and woman Lombardi has to confront her own personal demons and desires. Follow along with her as she travels the road to survival and navigating questions of love and redemption. Very well written and a great but sad read.
But the bright side to her story is how she has learned how to avoid being blindsided by debt and financial disaster. How you can stop you debt – because you will never get out of debt if you keep relying on credit cards. And she shares her secret to creating a spending plan and sticking to them. Is a cash envelope system for you?