So let me start off with saying that I wanted to add 2 tags (or similar) I couldn't find: soft-question, non-investing.
I've been looking online for the most recommended books on personal finance, but find that everyone just seems to consider this synonymous with investing, so the recommendations are books such as Benjamin Graham's The Intelligent Investor.
Now on itself there is of course nothing wrong with such recommendations, often the books are amazing. But they rarely if ever delve in to intelligent ways to manage money and spending habits; I haven't been able to find recommendations saying something akin to: from income spend 30% on living costs, 20% on the market etc. Of course this is a vast oversimplification but I think it makes the subject I'm looking for clear.
Do note that in specific, I'm looking for an analytical approach to the subject of personal finance; one that actively seeks to minimize their own biases and provide ideas, or handles, which help people develop the systems that work best for them personally.
To recap: I'm looking for book recommendations on the subject of personal finance with specific non-focus on investment strategy. It would be amazing if someone has some of these!