Mr. Pigglesworth Presents Mindful Money Habits


Children - Educational
32 Pages
Reviewed on 02/27/2020
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Money is hard to come by and even harder to keep and that makes it important to have mindful money practices. Practicing mindful money habits is like using the five senses while having lunch. Mr. Pigglesworth Presents Mindful Money Habits by Nicole Cadwallader is an insightful and interactive book that will guide young readers to have mindful money habits. This workbook is a good tool that will help youngsters reflect on and be in command of good money habits. The series of exercises and activities are reader-friendly and can be used on a daily basis to track spending habits and encourage one to improve saving skills.

I like the author's approach to a topic that is relevant and needs to be addressed when it comes to spending, making a wishlist, goals, impulsive shopping, buys, and budgeting. It is made simple and readers can incorporate the tips and suggestions and create a budget suitable for their pockets. Mr. Pigglesworth Presents Mindful Money Habits by Nicole Cadwallader will motivate young readers to develop these mindful money habits and tools so that they have a positive impact on the future. This will enable them to learn, grow, and succeed, and create their own integrity. This is a good way to introduce children to developing and practicing mindful moneymaking habits at a very early age. The book is good for adults too who want to have discipline when it comes to spending money and having control over their impulsive buying.