"He that can live sparingly need not be rich." - Benjamin Franklin
There are a lot of frugality books out there.
I know. I've bought most of them.
Saving money isn't just a hobby for me, it is a way of life. It is what allows me to be a single stay-at-home mother for my child. We currently live on about $500 a month but if we wanted to we could easily live on less.
Here are just a few of the tips that I personally use to save thousands of dollars a year:
Tip #1 - Auto purchases. Annual Savings: $5,364.
Tip #32 - General Cleaning. Annual Savings $216.
Tip #45 - Carpet cleaning. Annual Savings $100.
Tip #67 - Salvaging stained clothing. Annual Savings $50.
Tip #78 - Printer ink. Annual Savings $100.
Tip #89 - Software. Annual Savings $200
Tip #95 - Movies. Annual Savings $52
Tip #100 - Television. Annual Savings $1,200
Tip #114 - Credit Cards. Annual Savings $480
Tip #129 - Where to work for Maximum savings. Annual savings $1,011
Tip #241 - Housing. Annual Savings $3,600
What could you do with that much extra money?
Written by the author of The Shoestring Girl: How I Live on Practically Nothing and You Can Too, this guide covers:
* General Household
* Personal Care
* Funeral expenses
* And more
Minus the fluff, this nitty-gritty guide immediately gets down to the business of saving money with over 400 unique tips designed to help anyone with a desire to save money.
You may not choose to use all of the frugal tips in this guide but I am confident that this book will inspire you to save more money than you ever thought possible.
How Much Can YOU save?
Annie Brewer is a frugal living expert who combines minimalism with frugality to live the life of her dreams. You can learn more by visiting her website Annienygma.com.
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