I jump at any chance I can to review a book on thrift and was quite happy to read one on cutting my grocery bill in half. Although there is only the two of us at home now,the cost of eating seems like a big expense.I can't imagine how people must struggle with keeping down their food bills with children still at home. Eating is a "right up there" expense, so it's great to be able to read a book on cutting corners in any way possible.
America’s Cheapest Family,Steve and Annette Economides ,show readers how to save up to $3,000 annually on groceries with their proven strategies, tips, tools, and tricks. Learn to save big bucks by:
-spending less time shopping and cooking
-learn how to eat out or eat in and save
-turn your freezer into a money making machine
-using your freezer
as well as building a stronger family bond at meal times
Anyone that is serious about paying off debt should have heard of Dave Ramsey. Dave Ramsey is a personal money-management expert and American financial author, radio host, television personality, and motivational speaker.I was pleased to have the opportunity to read this book. I had always wanted to read it after so many had ranted and raved about this man and his books. This book includes success stories which I enjoyed reading. This book will work as it helps you get to the root of your money problems and how to start solving them.
Both of these books will be given away in 2 separate draws. If you happen to already own one of these books though, please note in your entry that you already have that book.
A winner for each book will be drawn on March 14,2011 by Random.org, from all entries recieved.Canada and USA may both enter.
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