Miserly Moms: Living Well on Less in a Tough Economy

Miserly Moms: Living Well on Less in a Tough Economy Review

With gas and food prices soaring, there's more need than ever before for Jonni McCoy's Miserly Moms. Jonni shares the money-saving strategies that allowed her family to transition from two incomes to one. These practical, proven strategies, tips, and recipes will help anyone live frugally without feeling deprived. Real-life examples show how anyone can learn to live more carefully and reach their financial goals. Now in its fourth edition, Miserly Moms is packed with even more ways to reduce a family's expenses and expose hidden living costs.

Title:Miserly Moms: Living Well on Less in a Tough Economy
Edition Language:English

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  • Lori Kincaid Rassati

    I was not impressed. If you've been trying to cut back for any length of time and/or are familiar with any of the *how to* tips that most folks suggest, then this book is just more of the same. And ev...

  • Nicole

    Most of these types of books offer advice that just isn’t practical- spending hours in the kitchen or driving from store to store bargain hunting, etc. While this book does offer that advice, it als...

  • Ashley Holloway

    A lot of the tips in this book can easily be found on the internet but it is encouraging for anyone who may question if it’s possible to live off one income. I didn’t put many things the author su...

  • Crystal ? Lost in Storyland

    I'm not a mom, but there are some great budgeting tips in this book. They work whether you're married or single. I'm also looking forward to trying out some of the quick and easy recipes provided.A go...

  • Misty

    The 3 stars is solely for the homemade art supply and household cleaner recipes, which are brilliant and easy. The rest of the book is self-congratulatory and overly religious. Some of the suggestions...

  • LaRaie

    It should be noted this book is for hetero-normative stay-at-home moms. There's a whole chapter called "Getting the husband involved." Yikes. ...

  • Lindsey

    What this book is about:Have you been thinking about becoming a full-time stay-at-home mom? Are you trying to cut costs and save money for your family? Maybe you would just like to learn to live fruga...

  • Lisa

    I will not claim that I am the budget queen or that when I set goals I always obtain said goals; but as my girlfriends can attest I love learning how other ladies do things and like taking their ideas...

  • Piaget91

    This book is an incredible information source on how to save money (by smart planning not cutting crazy coupons), cook basic things from scratch, and think about the cost of food differently.I bought ...

  • Susanhayeshotmail.com

    I have waffled between a three star or four star rating. This is a good little book, packed with some good guidelines, including some solid advice regarding some ways to be penny wise but pound foolis...