More Lessons About Frugality: Dress for Less–Finding Affordable Clothing That Doesn’t Fall Apart After the First Wash!

Dress for Less
Available now for Kindle!

Finally, TFF’s first e-book is on Amazon! Dress for Less is available for Kindle here.  Continue reading “More Lessons About Frugality: Dress for Less–Finding Affordable Clothing That Doesn’t Fall Apart After the First Wash!”

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Lessons About Frugality From This Brilliant Little Book: Lessons From Madame Chic

In researching the first TFF e-book, Dress for Less, I came across one of the best little books I’ve ever read: Lessons from Madame Chic: 20 Stylish Secrets I Learned While Living in Paris, by Jennifer L. Scott. Why did I love this book so much? The book reminded me of how to take frugal living to a higher and more elegant level. Continue reading “Lessons About Frugality From This Brilliant Little Book: Lessons From Madame Chic”

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Money Quote for Tuesday: Pound Foolish Author Takes a Stand

I’m currently reading “Pound Foolish,” a book by journalist Helaine Olen, which discusses the dark side of the personal finance industry (that’s basically the subtitle). I am still finishing it up and I plan to review the book, however, I have run across one quote by the author which has stuck with me, and I think it’s important to share:  Continue reading “Money Quote for Tuesday: Pound Foolish Author Takes a Stand”

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Money Quote for Monday: Gabrielle Bernstein’s “May Cause Miracles”

May Cause Miracles
Memorable money quotes from “May Cause Miracles,” a spiritual primer for younger generations.

After this over-50-girl got past the annoying “supergroovy” and “trippy” vocabulary in the super-popular pop-culture book, “May Cause Miracles,” by Gabrielle Bernstein, I found a couple of memorable money quotes I’d love to share. Continue reading “Money Quote for Monday: Gabrielle Bernstein’s “May Cause Miracles””

Real-Life Tips From The Frugal Millionaire Next Door (Do You Know One?)

There’s a book I wanted to read called “How Rich People Think.,” by Steve Siebold. I love the word “rich” and I always love learning more ways to think rich, so I ordered my Kindle sample. It was going along great (although I felt the tone of the book to be a bit harsh) until I read this sentence:  Continue reading “Real-Life Tips From The Frugal Millionaire Next Door (Do You Know One?)”

E-Reader & Kindle Users: Beware that Silent “Buy” Button

kindleI have a love/hate relationship with my Kindle. It saves me money, yet it can be dangerous to my budget. The book “sample” is a great free feature of the Kindle, but the not-so-free big, black “buy” button is going to do me in. Continue reading “E-Reader & Kindle Users: Beware that Silent “Buy” Button”