Stylish = expensive? Think again!

It seems to be a common misconception  that you have to shell out loads of cash to be stylish.  That in order to look gorgeously groomed and uniquely outfitted, you must be richer than Rockefeller.  On the other hand, it is assumed that if you’re trying to stick to a budget, you have to avoid all of life’s luxuries.  Well, I’m here to tell you that both of these things are utterly false.

You can absolutely be stylish on a shoestring budget.  You don’t have to spend loads of cash to look great.  Similarly, you can still enjoy some luxuries even when you’ve got a teeny-tiny income, or when you’re saving for something special.

For a big chunk of my adult life, I lived entirely on university scholarships and government benefits.  It wasn’t easy, but I made it work.  During this time, I managed to keep myself fed, I always had a roof over my head and fab clothes on my back.  I also managed to find enough spare pennies to have  fun.  During this time, I collected a wealth of tips and tricks to help save money on essentials, so that there was enough left over to indulge in a little luxury.  I also learned how to make my money go further, so that I got more bang for my buck.

And now, I want to share those tips with you.  I know how stressful it can be to live on very little, and I’d like to show you that there are ways to make a frugal lifestyle more manageable.

In my e-book Living Frugally Without Sacrificing Your Style, I give you loads of nifty tips on a range of topics, including:

– How to create a budget.

– Overcoming the stigma of frugality

– Cutting household costs

-Fitness on a budget

– Avoiding impulse buying

– Fashion and style on a budget

– Avoiding money traps

-Saving on special occasions

– Ways to make more money

And lots more.

The e-book is 42 pages long.  It will be sent directly to your inbox within 48 hours of purchase.

And it costs just $5.

Seriously, for $5 you can have 42 pages of cash-saving awesomeness.  I know it seems silly to spend money to save money, but the tips in this book will help you to save a lot more than a mere $5.

You can purchase Living Frugally Without Sacrificing Your Style from my etsy store.  Alternatively, you can also email me at to request an invoice.

I look forward to helping you to cut your spending and start living a fabulously frugal life.

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