The cashflow cookbook is an insightful and interesting read. I have paid close attention to my personal finances since graduating from University. Like many Canadians I have read both Wealthy Barber books and try to run my finances according to those principles. However, very few books or resources actually teach you how to maximize your savings and discretionary income. Enter the cashflow cookbook. This witty and entertaining read takes you on a journey of average Canadian households and their personal finances. This book teaches you that by doing things a little bit better or differently, you can free up a little extra money every single month to put towards debt elimination and/or building equity. Once you factor cumulated savings and compound interest, the changes can be dramatic even after a few years. The nice thing is that all of the changes can be done quickly with little or no effort and you see results right away.