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99 Things to Save Money in Your Household Budget
ISBN: 9781596525474
 
 
 
 
   
 
  Category: Good Things To Know
Self-help
Self-Improvement
 
  Description: 

If there ever was a time to find creative ways to do more with less, that time is now.

99 Things to Save Money in Your Household Budget shows you how to save money with a new way of thinking and prioritizing.

The doing more with less mentality is easier said than done. Mary Hance (aka Ms. Cheap) offers tips and strategies to help creatively stretch hard earned dollars in ways allowing you to be who they are and do what they enjoy without going beyond your means.
Learn how to:
- Have a budget - How to sit down and figure your worth and what you spend.
- Keep in mind that nothing is a bargain if you don't need it.
- Use a credit card to your fiscal advantage.
- Take advantage of garage sales for home improvement and adding to wardrobe.
- Go green to save green: how less power usage is good for both the environment and your wallet.

About the Author:

Mary Hance (a.k.a. Ms. Cheap) writes a frugal-consumer column for the Tennessean, the leading daily newspaper in Nashville. She is also the author of Ms. Cheap's Guide to Nashville and Ms. Cheap's Guide to Getting More for Less. A native of Senatobia, Mississippi, Hance graduated with honors from the University of the South at Sewanee, with a degree in English.

Real Moms Guide wrote a column featuring Mary Hance and 99 Things to Save Money in Your Household Budget Can you afford to be a stay-at-home mom?