How To Sp€nd L£ss

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The author has spent four years of active research uncovering well-kept secrets which will help the average family spend less on food shopping, household bills, entertainment, large purchases and arbitrary outgoings. She's acid-proofed all the examples given in this book so you don't have to do any of the hard work.

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About Anne Lyken-Garner

Anne is a freelance writer. She's widely published on the Internet and elsewhere, and writes mainly on subjects of family, relationships, frugal living and lifestyle. She's a long time blogger and editor for an online magazine.

Anne is also a co-founder of the writer's co-operative, Year Zero.


Review by: Sheena on May 3, 2010 :
What a great book!
I like to think I am already quite good at spending less- I'm a real fan of supermarket own brands but I learned so many new tricks that I will put into practise such as not boiling water on the hob. Have downloaded this for my phone so I can keep it handy for supermarket trips!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Melody Rhodes on Oct. 10, 2009 : (no rating)
Anne offers good tips for cutting costs. I particularly liked her suggestions about printable coupons and free movies. Anne discusses how to obtain free tuition and her ideas for budget-friendly kitchen remodeling are right on target.

This e-book should be required reading for anyone starting out--and for the rest of us, who may need the motivation to stick to our guns and watch our pennies!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Dan Holloway on Oct. 9, 2009 :
I approach books like this with a high degree of scepticism, but Anne has succeeded in producing a book that is thoroughly researched and utterly grounded. It treads that fine lin between stating the obvious and offering advice that no one short of a saint could stick to. The result is a book that, no matter who you are, or what you have read in the past, will produce more than its fair share of "of course, what a great idea" moments. Highly recommended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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