Myra Oliver was twenty-two when she decided she wanted freedom from debt and consumerism. She designed a plan, made changes, and reinvented herself. By thirty-three, not only was she debt-free, she built a rental portfolio that provided her with passive income to quit her job and find financial independence.
We live in a consumer-driven culture that prioritizes expensive things over quality of life. We buy houses we’ll never own, cars we can’t afford, and stuff we don’t need. Debt is robbing us of a life worth living and forcing us to stay at jobs we don’t like. We’re trading our time for money—and not making our money work for us.
In Down Home Money, Myra shows you that financial freedom is not about how much money you make, but what you do with it. She’ll take you on an empowering journey to reclaim your life and change your future. Buckle up!