Saving money NEVER goes out of style…and why should it? We know that any resources you have are hard-earned. That’s why we’re sharing the resources WE use to help us live a frugal life, spend wisely and save money.
And suffice it to say that if it isn’t practical, well, you may as well forget it. Candy and I are both pretty down to earth people, and you’ll find the materials we use and recommend are the same.
So let us help you get started!
First check out these posts:
Guess What’s New at Amazon? – A great trick to manage your Amazon spending
Then check out these e-books:
The following books are all written by our blogging buddy, Sarah Titus. Hers is an absolutely incredible rags-to-riches story, and we feel blessed to consider her a colleague and friend. Read more about her story on her blog.
How to Become Financially Free: From Homeless to Well-Off – Sarah shares exactly what she did to achieve what she describes in this title!
How to Reduce Your Power Bill Dramatically in 60 Days – This book was the result of an email challenge/contest that she held, where she paid one month of the winner’s electric bill!
And these tried-and-true resources, as well
Family Financial Workbook: A Family Budgeting Guide – This is the updated version of the study Paul and I did years ago, written by Larry Burkett. While the study we went through was primarily for couples, this one speaks more to families who are looking to get out of debt and learn Biblical financial principles.
Business By The Book – Not exactly saving money, but excellent principles for business owners – small and large – who want to avoid excessive debt and manage their business as they do their personal finances. You can read my review of this book here, on the International Christian Mompreneur Network site.
We have more excellent resources on our Personal Finance board on Pinterest, too!