The Get Money Books Giveaway

The Get Money Books Giveaway

Happy Friday, friends! And I am feeling extra happy this morning! Of course, I’m here to share my first giveaway of the month with you. But I have to tell you the incredible news I received last night: The Year of Less hit the Wall Street Journal Bestseller list! Ahhhhh! Even in my wildest dreams, I didn’t think that would/could happen. I am so grateful to everyone who has read it, shared it with others, and supported me throughout this journey. It takes a community of people to make this type of thing happen, and I’m so thankful you are part of mine!

Since we’re on the topic of community, I have to tell you that this giveaway feels like the most important one I’ve ever done here. Over the years, I’ve given away more than a dozen books through the site, but this bundle is special because they have all been written by women I know in the personal finance space. Erin paved the way for us last year, and then Chelsea, Lauren, Liz and I released books earlier this year. I’ve just been anxiously waiting for Kristin’s book to come out, so I could put us all together + share our work with one lucky person!

So here’s what’s up for grabs:

All you have to do is answer the question below and enter your info to sign up for my newsletter! And you can get some extra entries if you follow me on Instagram and/or share the giveaway with friends. :)

While the messages within these books are fairly universal, I’m limiting the giveaway to North Americans only—partially because of the financial content, and also because shipping is expensive y’all!

I could go on and on, and gush more about each of these ladies, but I know you want to get to the giveaway, so I will leave this message to them: I am so grateful for your friendships. Our blogs/websites/freelance work helped us connect for the first time, and our books have taken those connections to another level. (Because omg, how does publishing work!? I’m so confused/stressed out. Please send help!) Thank you for sharing what you’ve learned, opening up about your struggles, and putting your best work on these pages. xo

Now get that money, friends!

  • I’m enjoying my first shopping ban. Started I’m March and going to end of June. It’s really helping me differentiate wants and needs.

  • Your book is the first book I’ve purchased in a long time. I use the library constantly but I wanted this reference in my possession at all times. Thanks so much for your blog/newsletter and book.

  • Last week I listened to Jean Chatzky’s Her Money podcast with you as her guest. Loved it! I went out that day and bought your book. I finished it within 2 days. Such a good read. It was so well written.Thanks!

  • These look great!! Thanks for the recommendations for everyone who isn’t the lucky winner.

  • I have Cait’s book and I’m trying to
    Get it together. My children could benefit from these books and I’m interested in The Financial Diet
    Best wishes to all that participate
    Jean Mosher

  • I have been reading your blog for at least two years. Most informative.
    I am 87 retired! Saved at one time now spend.

  • Love your book! Already a huge fan of your blog, and I expected your book to be more of the same. Found your book to be a richer, deeper, more personal exploration of your life and the “triggers” of your behavior. Thank you for sharing your emotional stories. It makes the message of your book that much more meaningful.

  • i’m on a shopping ban! haven’t bought anything unless its a true need since january. ……..ain’t easy, but i am doing it!!

  • Cait, I met you at the author reading in Victoria at the Copper Owl. I was with my daughter Ryan from Texas. I am a book wholesaler and I have bought 30 copies of your book to be included in book packages shipped to secondary school libraries across Canada. Our company is CanLit for Kids and Teens. Check it out on the web. Good to hear it is doing so well.

  • I’ve been waiting patiently for your book which I’ve placed a hold on at the library. Would love to win it and the others!

  • I’ve already read Cait’s book but I already who I would give this copy to. And I’m really looking to read all the other inspiring books! Thanks Cait!

    • I have read your book recently and LOVED it! I am coming to see you this month is north van. Thanks for the chance to enter. These are all books that I would love to read👍🏻

  • What a lovely giveaway. I nabbed your book a while back on my e-reader and am happy to have the chance to win one to give to a friend who is on the fence! :0) Thank you.

  • Congratulations!!! Best seller indeed.
    So sorry I couldn’t meet you in Toronto – I’ll stop in on my way somewhere and ask how it went.

  • Love getting your emails and can’t wait to read your book, I’ve been on the waiting list at the library for over two months now, that must be a good sign 😉

  • Thanks for a great book, Cait. I learned about you through Joshua Becker’s site, Becoming Minimalist. I’ve pared down my emails/notifications so now your emails andB Becoming Minimalist are the only ones I receive and for good reason! I teach Personal Finance to high school students and have shared your ideas and stories with them. Thanks for sharing new book titles.

  • Thank you so very much for the chance at winning all these fabulous books! Congratulations on making the list! Woohoo!

  • You always have such great insight in to life’s trials and tribulations.

    Thank you 🙏🏻

  • Thank you for the book suggestions. They all sound great! I’m currently reading your book and can’t put it down. You are inspiring me to make some changes in my own life.

  • Cait-
    CONGRATULATIONS on being tops on the WSJ booklist!!! That’s a HUGE deal and I am so proud of you!
    I have read your book, am living it, and will be reading the other four soon…perhaps for free if I am lucky🍀
    Big hug to you!

  • I’m slowly reading my way through all your blog posts and learning so much! Found your book at the local library which is what started my obsession with reading all about you (no, I’m not stalking you, really I’m not!!!).

  • Ahhh!!! Look at all these BOOKS!! I want to win them all!!!! But after I read them I will pass them on…after a fashion…because we ALL need to know more & be financially responsible one book at a time!!! RIGHT?!!

  • Currently I’m one month in to a 3 month shopping ban of plants for my yard. Last year I spent so much money, feel like I need to not buy any this year as a way to get back on a more reasonable path. Thanks for leading the way on shopping bans. And congrats on making the best seller list!

  • I love your book! I can’t wait to see how much I can save in a year! Thank you for the inspiration 😊😊

  • So excited about this giveaway. Haven’t done a total shopping ban but have managed to buy a house, pay it off and save cash to purchase a new car. You inspire me to live my best life possible.

  • I listened to your book with a free audio credit from Amazon. I heard many of my same patterns and thoughts echoed in your voice. Thank you for letting me know I am not the only one that has or is thinking this way and for giving me a hopeful path to my future!

    Spending to make myself feel better is now being restructured through my own spending ban. So far, in week two my chance for success is 75% and my chance of learning more about myself is 100%!

    Thank you for telling all of us about your challenges in you life and how you were able to address them. This book is fantastic.

  • I love your book, very inspirational. I have been waiting for Get Money to come out too ! and I would love to read Meet the Frugalwoods. I have read some of their blogs.

    I have been on the Minimalist Journey since January 2018. I put myself on a shopping ban , in 3 months, I managed to make $1000 selling stuff from my house. I am working on relationships in my life, with family and maybe even start dating again. I feel like I can breathe again !!

    Thank you for being you.

  • I finished reading your book the other day (loved it) and coincidentally The Frugalwoods the week before. I am huge into simplifying but haven’t done a shopping ban yet. After reading your book, I think that it would help minimalize even more things in our house that we don’t need but think we do. My kids are slowly getting on board but my hubby is the one who holds on to things “just in case.” It’s definitely a work in progress over here.

  • Hi Cait – I would be sharing this collection with my teen-20-something nieces and nephews who don’t have much guidance on finances. Thanks for writing your book and best wishes.

  • What s wonderful give-away treat! Because I read The Year if Less, in 2 months I have shaved my bills by over $3,000! Feeling so light and lovely! Congratulations on making it to the Best Sellers list! You are doing such important work! Thank you, Cait!

  • Saying that your blog has changed my life is an understatement. Because of you, I have mastered my budget including entering my own personal excel spreadsheet for over 3 years! You taught me that seeing where my money goes is so valuable and has helped me up my savings. I currently have 3/5 of those books on hold at the library! And I’ve gifted your book to my sister as she has also changed the way you deal with money. Both of us being from BC you are relatable, informative and according to my sister, since she’s actually met you, very kind! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for doing the things you do and I can’t wait to read your book!

  • Congratulations! Have been reading your blog for a few years now, but have never commented. You have awed and inspired me with your honesty and willingness to challenge yourself. So excited for this amazing accomplishment, Cait.

  • Thanks for sharing this generous offer. I just finished your book, and so appreciated your transparency. In keeping with your encouragement, I hope to stick to my financial plans more consistently.

  • Heard your podcast on TheMinimalistMoms and have been inspired and encouraged by all that I have read on your blog. Thanks for paving the way!

  • I just finished your audiobook. Not sure how to work on the shopping ban in my weird life but I’m certainly considering.

  • I’ve been on a shopping ban since 1/1/2018 and our net worth has increased by $11500!! Thanks Cait Xx

  • Would love to read these books! I have been following your progress and reading your blog for years . You inspired me to make some changes in my families life ! Thank you 😊

  • I purchased, downloaded, and began reading your book this morning and am absolutely loving it. Just bookmarked your blog and am looking forward to reading all the posts from the beginning!

  • I seen you on The Social earlier this year and ordered your book right away. Read the entire book this weekend with a highlighter marking key points throughout. What a inspiring book and a wonderful resource!

  • Loved your book “A Year of Less” Doing my own year of less from Apr 1st 2018 to Apr 1st 2019 using your book as a guide. Thanks for your insight and info.

  • Your book is one I’ve read on my minimalism/saving journey and so many things hit home. One of the best reads I’ve had in a long time! It’s amazing how much this way of life really makes us get introspective.

  • I loved your book. I’m sharing it with my daughters. I would love to win these and share them also!

  • Congrats Cait! I am not surprised as your book was an absorbing read – I finished in two nights (cutting into my bedtime but I didn’t mind!)

  • Hello, I’ve got to know you via e-mail magazine of Joshua Becker and a mention by Psychology magazine (UK) when they did facebook Live a while ago. I don’t enter the give-away as I live in Japan but thanks for the recommendation. I have your book (kindle version) now so I will start with it and see what I learn from it. Thanks for your blogs, your book and what you share on SNS etc. I have couple of friends in Canada where I studied, so I’ll share what I learn from you with them as well!

  • I too only use the library but made the exception for your book. Thank you for such a personal glimpse into your year.

  • Ever since reading your book and Joshua Becker’s I am determined as a new 60 year old to get my act together and simplify life. Thank you Cait!

  • Today marks 3 months of no new clothes! While I have never spent huge sums on clothing I always manage to find great sales on things I ‘love’. Thanks for the motivation!

  • Does anyone have recommendations for a good basic British personal finance book? I’ve been reading Martin Lewis’s emails/blog, but I need something a bit more in-depth. I’m going to see a financial advisor, but I’d like to get me head around the terminology first.

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