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Book Review: “Frugal Living for Dummies”
Reviewed by Deborah Shelton
“Frugal Living for Dummies”
by Deborah Taylor-Hough
Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Price: $16.99 US
Whatever your reason for wanting to save money (job loss,
suddenly single-income, another child on the way, rising
college tuition costs), arm yourself with Frugal Living for
Dummies for super saving success.
This book details so much more than coupon-clipping. Some
of the chapter topics include ideas for frugal family fun,
thrifty cooking tips, ways to cut utility bills, setting a
budget and lots of inexpensive gift ideas. And that’s just
the beginning! Frugal Living also provides icons in the
margins that alert readers to important reminders, tips,
super savers, special warnings, great ideas and handy
Each section is jam-packed with cost-cutting ideas for baby
showers, back-to-school needs, dinner parties, gift giving,
auto maintenance, home cleaning, dining out, laundry,
family trips…. Basically, Deborah Taylor-Hough offers
money-saving solutions for every aspect of your life.
Frugal Living for Dummies is an essential reference for
your family collection. This book will make a practical and
thoughtful gift for young couples just starting their lives
together, college students on their own for the first time,
single-income families, new parents, and anyone who needs
proven ways for cutting costs while keeping their sanity.
A must-have guidebook for the novice penny pincher as well
as the seasoned dollar stretcher.