Many people know one or two things they can do to save money, like cutting back on vacations and meals out, but beyond that, they're stumped. When they look at their current lifestyle, they have no idea where they can trim the fat without sacrificing their quality of life.
That's exactly what this guide will do. It will help you identify small, painless changes you can make to your daily habits that can add up to big savings--while bringing you closer as a family. By grouping these money-saving tips into a room of the house or errand on a to-do list, you can immediately put your suddenly frugal plan into action--and instantly begin saving money.
By pinpointing the dollar amount associated with each cost-saving step, financial whiz and frugal-living expert Leah Ingram will inspire you to embrace--and enjoy--your new frugality. That's exactly what she's been doing on 2007 on her blog Suddenly Frugal, and that's what she can do for you.
The frugal thing to do would have been to not buy this book. Honestly most of the things mentioned in this book I already do naturally so it wasn't as helpful to me as I would have hoped.