Money has been the #1 problem in my life more times than I care to admit 😉At one point, I was careless and frivolous with money- then the medical problems started, and I quickly went from careless and frivolous, to stressed and broke. Having to have several emergency surgeries, and then still not be “fixed,” will do that, even when you have insurance.
Over the years, there have been times I had no idea what I was going to do next, and times I thought I had everything under control. I’ve also observed others having the same experiences, stuck in the constant cycle of poverty. I’m one of those “learners,” so experiencing these things, and seeing them in others, taught me many lessons.
So, I wrote a book.
Then decided that selling a book meant to help people dealing with extreme poverty wasn’t exactly helping the target audience with their poverty issue. So, I turned it into a FREE e-course. You can sign up for the course using the pop-up form, or go here:
In addition to the numerous resources in my course, here are a few places you can look for some good money-saving advice:
63 Practical Ways to Live a Frugal Life without Looking Like a Cheapskate– By – A wonderful resource I came across while researching for my book. The focus is more on homesteading, but many of the tips can be used in any situation.
The Penny Hoarder– This site is filled with articles about saving money. Not all of them are practical for everyone, but still some good information.