"The Budget Mom is a fantastic resource for anyone looking to improve their relationship with money. Miko gives you the tools to actually change how you manage and understand your finances, and her work is consistently inspiring and motivating to follow. I'm a huge fan!"
--Chelsea Fagan, cofounder of The Financial Diet
"It’s no surprise that millions of people flock to Kumiko Love for her financial advice. She’s able to do the impossible: teach others about money in a non-judgemental, down-to-earth way while also making concepts like budgeting and debt-repayment exciting and fun. And Kumiko’s new book My Money My Way
will leave you feeling even more prepared to transform your financial life. I know what book just garnered a top spot on my book recommendations list!
--Jessica Moorhouse, speaker, money expert, and host of More Money Podcast
"No shame. No condescension. Just real, practical money talk from a woman who lives it. Kumiko reminds us that our money struggles and mistakes are not a reflection of who we are or what we can achieve. And her tools and strategies offer an easy-to-follow framework for using money to build a lifestyle you love."
--Stefanie O'Connell Rodriguez, personal finance expert and host of Money Confidential
“My Money My Way is what every busy woman needs to move beyond shame, reconnect with their values, and transform their relationship with money forever. If you are struggling to achieve balance and peace in your financial life, read this book.”--Tiffany Aliche, New York Times bestselling author of Get Good With Money
"If you’re ready to break free from a dysfunctional relationship with money and build wealth from a place of strength, Kumiko’s book is a must-read." --Marie Forleo, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Everything is Figureoutable
“It’s so wonderful to see more voices join the movement that money shouldn’t be rigid or restrictive. Kumiko Love and her money management style will help you feel seen and capable instead of shamed and distressed— no matter the money mistakes in your past.” --Erin Lowry, author of the Broke Millennial seriesBarnes and Nobles’ 2022 List of “Best Books that Help!"