This is one of my favorite books and something that will be read over and over again.
From those early years, we learned how to live well with less and now it is natural for us to do money saving things because we enjoy them still.
Several, like Amy's basic muffin recipe, have really changed the way our family eats.
Haven't even gone through the whole huge book yet, but am inspired to save even more than before. Common sense and fairly easy to do solutions for just about everything.Published 4 days ago by Janice Glines
I did not care for this at all.. I guess I am not thrifty enough.. Bought it to get some pointers.. but I can not live like this.. Gave it away to the cancer society drive..Published 5 days ago by g
I found this book to be more inspirational than practical. The ideas in here will certainly save money, and that's always a good idea, but some of this stuff may cross the line... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Helms
There are some tips that I didn't know but most of them were known to me already.Published 1 month ago by AMC
Very interesting to think folks would actually go to these extremes, but very informative otherwise.Published 1 month ago by Robert L Aguilar
I had purchased this for myself a while back. It arrived and a friend's birthday was coming up. This was something I knew she would enjoy so I gave it to her. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kristine Snow
I have her other 3 books, love them! Even if you don't follow specific things, it helps you think outside the box. I reread them every year or 2.Published 2 months ago by Margo Fogg
The book has some helpful info but not really what I expected. Lind of disappointing. The hints are very random not structured enough really.Published 2 months ago by Dianne
Although the specific price examples are out-of-date, the basics of the thrift-based lifestyle presented in this book are timeless and quite essential. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lilli Blackmore