Sunday, June 11, 2017

$25 Starbucks Gift Card & Money is Emotional Giveaway! Ends 6/30


Disclosure: No compensation received.

Welcome to the Money is Emotional and $25 Starbucks Gift Card Giveaway Event!! 

This event is sponsored, and brought to you by blogger, and author: Christine Luken.

Hosted by: Lil' Blog and More

& Co-hosted by the Hartwell Real Estate Blog!

I am extremely happy to have partnered up with my friend, fellow blogger, and author, Christine Luken, to bring you this fun event, which features Christine's newest book, "Money is Emotional" and a Starbucks gift card. Good luck everybody -- This is a fun event, with a lot of great bloggers partnered up!

"Financial Lifeguard and author, Christine Luken, is sponsoring this fabulous giveaway! Enter to win a signed copy of her new book, Money is Emotional: Prevent Your Heart from Hijacking Your Wallet and a $25 Starbucks gift card, because what goes better together than books and coffee?

 Here’s what the experts are saying about Money is Emotional:

"Christine Luken does a wonderful job taking complex financial topics and making them easy to understand. Reading Money is Emotional is like having a conversation with a knowledgeable friend." -Robert Pagliarini, CFP, EA, Author of The Sudden Wealth Solution

"Feeling fear, stress or anxiety around your finances? Christine Luken is here to help you clarify the boundary lines between your money and your emotions so you can make smarter financial decisions. With warmth, empathy, and grace, Christine will serve as your lifeguard to keep you from drowning in your finances.” - Manisha Thakor, CFA, CFP, Founder of MoneyZen.com, Co-author of Get Financially Naked

 Learn how Christine’s heart hijacked her wallet, and how she overcame it, by sneaking a peek into the book here: http://christineluken.com/i-let-my-heart-hijack-my-wallet/"


The Giveaway! 
One lucky winner will receive a $25 Starbucks gift card, AND a signed copy of "Money is Emotional" by Christine Luken. Open to U.S. entries, only. 
 Enter with this form below:
  
 Disclosure: The bloggers involved in this giveaway were not compensated, and are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Lil' Blog and More will be sending the prize out. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter this giveaway. This giveaway starts June 12,  2017 (11:59 pm.), and will end on June 30, 2017 at 11:59 pm. The winner will be emailed, and have 48 hours to respond, or a new winner will be chosen. Once a winner is drawn and confirmed, the name will be announced on the GiveawayTools form. Open to U.S. entries.

17 comments:

  1. I's great for any of us to know there are answers to our financial headaches and we can get rid of the stress from it. I know student loans can be a headache in itself for many of us.

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  2. I am excited to learn how to control my emotions to protect me from spending my money, needlessly.

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  3. I learned that her approach to personal finance is called "Mindful Money Management."

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  4. I'm exited to learn how to consider my money dispassionately,because when it comes to finances, I get so emotional, baby.

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  5. I actually hate spending money... I was homeless for three years, and spending any stresses me out!!!

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  6. I learned that the author Christine teaches Mindful Money Academy classes to businesses and the public in the Cincinnati area

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  7. Im excited to see how it relates to me personally.

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  8. Someone will be a lucky winner, not me I can't enter

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    1. Sorry Jo-Anne. I hope to have another worldwide giveaway soon!

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  9. Money has caused some fear and stress in my life. I am so excited to read what this author has to share on this subject. THank you so much for sharing this

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  10. Controlling my emotions about spending

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  11. I hope to learn about some of my anxiety around our finance's.

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  12. It's great for us to learn how to control emotional spending by using Mindful Money Management.

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  13. I like that this book humanizes money management and combines emotion with common sense.

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  14. It would be good to know how emotions can affect finances.

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  15. I'm looking forward to learning so much more about managing finances.

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  16. I'm excited to just gain some wisdom!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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