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Jean Chatzky’s Money Rules Book Review

Jean Chatzky’s Money Rules Book Review

Tweet You are probably already familiar with Jean Chatzky if you pay attention to the world of personal finance, but for a little background she is the financial editor of NBC’s Today Show and the personal finance contributor for Prevention and Newsweek magazines. And while you’ll see her advice a lot on TV and in […]

The Encyclopedia of Cheap Travel Book

The Encyclopedia of Cheap Travel Book

Tweet I dream of being the female Anthony Bourdain. I picture myself jetsetting across the world in search of culinary delights and colorful people. My skills as a travel writer need polishing but I am in a place in my life where I can be mobile. My soul yearns for adventure. My budget, however, makes […]

500 Things To Do Before You Kick the Bucket Review

500 Things To Do Before You Kick the Bucket Review

Tweet I like to think of myself as a fairly adventurous kind of gal. That’s why I had to buy Donald Vaughan’s 500 Things To Do Before You Kick the Bucket from Kinko’s yesterday. Although I am trying to phase out paperback books in general (I just bought an ebook reader and want more space […]

Where Frugal Writers Turn For Inspiration

Where Frugal Writers Turn For Inspiration

Tweet As a writer, I know how costly my profession can be.  From workshops and conferences to special software for my computer, every purchase adds up and cuts into my already tight budget. I’m a big fan of self-learning.  I am particularly fond of books like New World Library’s A Writer’s Book Of Days: A […]

The Complete Book of Baby Bargains Review

The Complete Book of Baby Bargains Review

Tweet The Complete Book of Baby Bargains by Coupons.com family savings expert and founder of mommysavers.com Kimberly Danger is worth its weight in gold.  Consisting of 1,000 tips and practices to help you save money on baby gear, maternity wear, furniture, and more, this book is a must-have resource for any parent wanting to save […]

Q&A With Kimberly Palmer, Author of Generation Earn

Q&A With Kimberly Palmer, Author of Generation Earn

Tweet Kimberly Palmer is the author of Generation Earn: The Young Professional’s Guide to Spending, Investing, and Giving Back, which was published by Ten Speed Press this week. I spent a little time speaking with her about the book and did a short question and answer session to learn more about the book and why […]

Review of The Instant Millionaire by Mark Fisher

Review of The Instant Millionaire by Mark Fisher

Tweet The law of attraction is in full effect within the pages of Mark Fisher’s The Instant Millionaire: A Tale of Wisdom and Wealth. The beloved financial fable has seen its fair share of success.  Not only has it been translated and published in over thirty-seven editions worldwide, it also has sold over two million […]

Book Review of Leah Ingram’s Suddenly Frugal

Book Review of Leah Ingram’s Suddenly Frugal

Tweet I consider myself a lifetime learner.  Maybe that is one of the reasons why I feel compelled to read anything I can get my hands on.  My past experience as a book reviewer for an arts and entertainment magazine put me into contact with nearly every publishing house in the United States.  I will […]

Fun Gift Ideas for the Book Lover in Your Life

Fun Gift Ideas for the Book Lover in Your Life

Tweet Books are a great way to escape from the doldrums of everyday living.  Contained within the pages of the latest bestseller or literary classic is a world completely unlike your own.  Each turn of the page offers insight into another person’s life, interests, successes, disappointments, and routine.  No matter what your circumstance may be, books can provide you with […]

Wise Bread’s 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget

Wise Bread’s 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget

Tweet Chances are you’re already familiar with Wise Bread since it’s among the finance blog elite, but you may not know that their book 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget was released earlier this week. You might be thinking it’s just another personal finance book, but this book is different. One of […]