31 Days to Becoming a Frugalista

31
Dec
2012



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Become a Frugali$ta in 30 Days

This extremely popular blog series has been compiled into a Kindle book and you can find it on amazon now! Busy Family Managers will be able to keep to their budget and earn extra money while saving on everything from entertainment and dining out to household expenses and groceries.

Learn to live well by spending less!

 

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  • http://kelschetbredele.blogspot.com Sandra

    Hello here is Sandra from France. Love your new series. It’s my resolution these year to strenght up my budget. Thank you for sharing with us. Blessings from France.

  • http://www.fulfillingyourvows.com Carlie Kercheval

    I am looking forward to your series, Susan! We actually live in Germany (by way of the US Army) and are enjoying it very much. Happy New Year!

  • Shonda

    Susan- You are such an inspiration. I can’t wait to learn more in this series!

  • Karen

    Thank you so much for all that you do! I look forward to all of your emails, and can’t wait for this new series!

  • http://www.theconfidentmom.com Susan

    I am looking forward to it as well!! So fun!

  • http://www.theconfidentmom.com Susan

    Hopefully you will still find things helpful while living abroad – but when you come back to the states, you will have a lot of great info too!

  • Eileen

    I don’t know if you already have your 31 days planned out, but I was wondering if you could address an issue regarding family budget. How do you (lovingly) deal with a spouse, child, family member who is not adhering to the budget?

    Thank you for your blog. It is quite informative and quite and encouragement!

  • http://www.theconfidentmom.com Susan

    Good one – it is hard when everyone is not onboard with the “plan”. I honestly cannot say I have a solution other than the money has to come from somewhere when someone overspends in an area, so I guess it would mean funds are taken from another area. It may be you have to go to a cash system only if those who are involved cannot agree to abide?