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Is there life after debt? How can a family get off the treadmill of our material society and enjoy life -- without starving? In her sixth book, Janene Wolsey Baadsgaard answers these and other questions with wit, wisdom, and spiritual insight. Making no claims to serious financial expertise, Baadsgaard is nevertheless well qualified to address her topic: Friends frequently ask how her family -- 10 members strong and boasting a relatively modest income -- managed to become debt-free. The book was written not so much to explain how the Baadsgaards managed it, but to assist others in looking at -- and managing -- family finances with new freedom as well as skill.
About the Author
Janene Wolsey Baadsgaard has written extensively for more than thirty years, offering her readers valuable information, insight, and humor about family life. She is the author of hundreds of newspaper columns and features, magazine articles, and a dozen books. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University in communications, with a journalism emphasis, and has taught courses in writing and literature for Utah Valley University. A popular speaker, thousands have heard her wit and wisdom at such events as BYU Education Week, BYU Family Expo, BYU Women’s Conference, and Deseret Book’s Time Out for Women, as well as numerous other civic and Church-sponsored events.
She and her husband, Ross, are the parent of ten children and live on two acres in the country near Spanish Fork, Utah. She is a full-time homemaker and believes that loving God, herself, her husband, her children, and her grandchildren are the most important things she will ever do with her life. Her mission is to support, strengthen, and uplift families, beginning with her own. Her hobbies include reading writing, singing, playing the piano and violin, and gardening.
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