This is a must have guide for the housewife who isn't perfect, has no dreams of matching the Martha Stewart's out there, but does take great pride in having a clean, charming, and tidy home. This is for the mothers out there that want to run the home and raise the children in a stress free and affordable way. This is for the wife that would like to be the hostess with the mostess, but not toil and fret all day and has no talents in making radishes into roses. This is for the real housewive's that are a little funky, want to be frugal, want the adorable home, maybe a little farm in their Urban backyard, purposely don't match their sheets, like fun accent walls in each room, want to homeschool their children, need to do a major household budget, and downsize, but won't compromise on a good life. This is for the families that want to cut the grocery bill big time and still have their organics and non GMO popcorn. For the families happy to ditch the car and walk to save money and the environmental, but won't give up their entertaining and gatherings. This book is loaded with great advice and tips on everything from a household budget, making your own cleaners, going a little country in the city, throwing parties with a few dollars, and having a good life on very little.
It is important to be a frugal spender. By watching what you spend and trying to make your money last as long as possible you can use it for other things like savings and retirement. Frugal spenders also usually research their purchases in depth beforehand and make better purchases overall. Being a frugal spender doesn't mean you are cheap. Spending frugally means that you know the value of a dollar and want to make sure that you don't overspend on any of your purchases. Frugal spenders typically are good with their money and have financial stability that others around them don't often have.
Being frugal is the act of being practical and wise when it comes to using various resources like money, food, time and it is usually done through waste avoidance and not indulging in too much luxury or extravagance. In other words, being frugal involves restraining or using of resources properly and with moderation for whatever goals set by a person. Being frugal has several advantages. One, the frugal person will be free from debts since he or she will be able to avoid them through right management and use of monetary resources. Two, the frugal person is able to save money so that there will be money to take out in case of emergencies. The person no longer has to borrow from other people or from the bank. Three, the frugal person will be able to avoid wasted resources whether food, money, time clothing, etc.
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