More people than ever before are having to tighten their belts and find ways to save on their expenses so they can lower their cost of living.
Since this is completely foreign to many people, when I found out that Rene @BudgetSavingMom was launching her new frugal living guide today, I asked her to let me share it with my readers.
Click link for more about Budget Saving Mom’s new >> Frugal Living eBook
Here is Renee to tell you about her new ebook:
I recommend reading her book as a way to see that there are very different ways of looking at life. Many may find what her book describes as “normal” for her family is very different from what “normal” may be for yours.
Priced at a very reasonable $4.99, Rene has generously offered to give you a 10% discount. Just enter discount code GrowMap10 when you order.
Rene is one of the bloggers in the couponing blogging collaboration I’ve been mentoring and writes about living frugally at Budget Saving Mom. You can find a category on her blog for each of these topics she shares her expertise in:
- How to start couponing
- Finding store deals with coupon match-ups
- Organic gardening tips
- Homeschooling tips
- Budget recipes
- Canning recipes
- Restaurant deals
Although they try to live very frugally, she also feels that her family’s health is very important, and they try to eat healthy foods. She also makes many of her own toiletry items, such as soaps and lotions, and homemade household cleaners.
I ask you to go even further and question every expense you have that exists because of conditioning. Most Americans believe that “modern” medicine, insurance, and health care are essentials while I personally do not. Each individual must make those types of decisions for themselves.
As I mentioned in my post about Food Rights, the healthiest people and animals I have known in my over fifty years are those that choose to eat natural, healthy foods and avoid treatments that relieve symptoms short term but result in long-term poorer health.
- If you have children, be sure to see her tip on page 28 about how she buys new kid’s clothes for less than GoodWill prices.
- Anyone who uses a cell phone should pay special attention to tip #17 on page 59 in the saving on cell phone costs section.
Disclosure: The links to Rene’s book are affiliate links, but that is NOT why I am recommending her ebook. I have personally read the entire ebook cover to cover and found tips I did not know about that I consider valuable. Other bloggers interested in offering Rene’s book can join her eJunkie affiliate program.
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