Your High Schooler Needs This Book

The Graduate Survival Guide: 5 Mistakes You Can't Afford To Make In College | Ordered and Organized

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If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’m a Dave Ramsey follower.  It’s no surprise, then, that I think The Graduate Survival Guide:  5 Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make in College, co-authored by Ramsey’s daughter Rachel and Anthony O’Neal, is a winner for folks trying to instill financial wisdom in their high schoolers.

The Graduate Survival Guide is a quick read–I read it in less than an hour on a trip to the doctor’s office–and one that the kid in your life needs before he or she graduates from high school, preferably during his or her sophomore or junior year.  (Actually, I think I would have benefited from reading it before freshman year since that is when I buckled down and started working toward scholarships.).

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Book Review: Why Worry? Getting to the Heart of Your Anxiety by Robert D. Jones

Book Review: Why Worry? Getting to the Heart of Your Anxiety by Robert D. Jones | Ordered and Organized

Disclosure:  I received an advance review copy of this book from NetGalley with no obligation for a positive review. 

My mother says I’m just smarter than your average cookie and that is the reason I worry more than I should (see story here).  But depending on what provider you talk to, I have a touch of obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder with an unhealthy dose of perfectionism.  Regardless of the reason, I’m a worrier.

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