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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
An eye-opening book with a fitting title and an enticing cover, Strugglehood: A Practical Guide to Financial Situations No One Bothered Teaching Us by Brandon Brumage is what many of us need. If you struggle with mind-boggling topics and issues such as credit cards, budgeting, social security, student loan debts and other everyday features of personal finance, then Strugglehood is definitely for you. Brumage goes ahead to include templates, graphs and statistics that are very significant in understanding the advice contained while including invaluable information that is helpful in making personal financial decisions. Interestingly, it is not authored by your typical financial expert but by someone with a medical background. It took time for Brumage to understand different features of personal finance. He now wants to help others avoid the mistakes he made along the way.
The tone used in Strugglehood by Brandon Brumage is conversational and friendly. While reading, I got the notion that the author really wanted to help me get better at handling finances. His passion for sharing what he has learned over the years on the subject was quite clear. He also occasionally shares some of his own experiences, which elevated the information contained by adding a personal touch. There are some threads of humor in the accounts, which made the book much more captivating. Most importantly, Strugglehood is well researched and structured. Anyone who wants to improve their knowledge of financial aspects and how to handle common financial issues should grab a copy of this book. Brandon Brumage’s insight will be very enlightening and impactful.