Attention glorious readers! I have some awesome news for you on this fine Tuesday morning: my new e-book is now available for you to buy. This is my biggest e-book yet, and I am pretty darn excited about this one.
Living Frugally Without Sacrificing your Style is my personal guide to saving, budgeting and living on a shoestring income, without giving up your style. I’ve never earned a lot of money, and I don’t believe I’ll ever be rich. And that’s fine with me, because I’m pretty savvy to the tricks of the trade when it comes to living on a wee income. I am living proof that you can live a full, brilliant and stylish life without spending up big. I’ve put all of my knowledge on budgeting and saving into one, glorious 42-page e-book, just for you.
The book covers topics such as:
– Setting a budget
– Getting the most out of your tax
-Cutting your household bills
-Overcoming the ‘less is more’ mindset.
– Clothes shopping on a budget
-Resisting impulse buying
-Avoiding money traps
– Recessionista beauty tips
-Fitness on a budget
-Saving for that special something.
-Overcoming the stigma of frugality
And lots more!
The e-book is now available to buy in my etsy store. The book costs $5. After your payment is made, you will recieve a copy of the book in your inbox. There are no postage and shipping costs, and you should recieve your copy within 48 hours of purchase.
So, if you’re looking to cut down on your spending, are beginning to save for that special something or just want to have a bit more money in the bank at the end of the week, buy Living Frugally Without Sacrificing your Style.
While you’re at it, you might like to check out one of my other e-books: Nessbow’s Guide to Second Hand Shopping, Developing your Personal Style and Nessbow’s Guide to Surviving College. They’re all available to buy in my etsy store, at just $5 a pop.
Disclaimer: Purchasers should note that I am not an accountant or financial planner. All and any advice given in this e-book is based on my own research and experience. If you require in-depth and technical financial advice, I would recommend seeing a financial planner.