Thursday, April 19, 2007

Living Frugal

I have always considered myself a thrifty person and yes I could even be called frugal. I enjoy saving money. I look at it as a challenge and one that I enjoy. I look at saving money as being able to treat myself or my family. If figure by living frugal that not only am I saving money but I am doing a small part to help save out planet. Of course I buy name brand items but I am very careful and I refuse to pay the prices that businesses are asking for some of the name brands.

There is a lot of information online about Frugal Living. I recently found several wonderful places online that you may be interested in.

Living On A Dime

Ditch your Debt is a 72 page e-book designed to help you say goodbye to debt! Packed with lots of stories and advice, this e-book is an essential tool for your Debt Elimination Kit.

Grocery Savings is a 34 page e-book that includes lots of useful tips to help you reduce your grocery bill. Many people see dramatic savings after using the tips from this e-book.

At 32 pages, the Cleaning Cents e-book is a handy guide to inspire you to get your house in order and stop throwing your money away in the chaos and clutter.

Kids Cents is a 39 page collection of articles that includes recipes and activities specifically designed for kids. In addition to keeping kids busy and helping their creativity, Kids Cents also includes articles to help parents with insights on raising kids while keeping spending low.

Debt Free Holidays is a 52 page collection of articles focused on having fun during the holidays without spending a lot of money. The articles focus on Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween and Christmas.

"Gifts In A Jar" shows you how to make all sorts of cool, yummy gifts that will save you money while endearing you to your friends for life! ;-) Gifts In A Jar features ideas to make delightful Gift Baskets like those in the expensive stores -- everything from the Honeymoon Basket to the Get Well Basket.

Menus On A Dime Too Tired To Cook? Eating out is one of the top causes of debt, but what do you do when you're too tired to figure out what to make for dinner? In response to many requests from readers asking for menu plans, we are pleased to present Menus On A Dime.

Plan Ahead Leftovers is the second in the series of "Menus On A Dime" booklets. It includes 15 pre-planned menus and 38 recipes to make your life easier! This ebook explains how you can cook once and eat three to five different meals. Plan Ahead Leftovers includes beef, chicken and ham recipes for the main dishes and includes 10 dessert recipes. The Menus at a Glance page lets you see all of the menu descriptions in one place to make substituting elements from different menus easier. Plan Ahead Leftovers also includes tips to making your own menu plans.

The Quick Dinners eBook is designed to help you with meals you can prepare in 20 minutes or less. Quick Dinners includes 24 recipes, 34 tips, 10 menu plans, dessert ideas and a weekly menu worksheet. Using these easy dinner plans, you can be in and out of the kitchen faster and at a much lower cost than eating out!

Pretty for Pennies eBook is the same book as the Pretty for Pennies booklet. The e-book includes a few recipes not found in the printed version.

Halloween On A Dime shows you practical and creative ways to make your own decorations, costumes, party games and more! The Halloween On A Dime e-book contains the same information as the print book.

The Best of Living On A Dime e-Book Package.

I love these e-Books and all the information that is contained in them. Living Frugal is fun, exciting and an adventure for our family.

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