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About The Book & Author
'Save it - easy ways to save money' has over 1000 easy tips to save you money right now; it’s sure to help you reach your financial goals faster.
See just how easy it is to save money on everyday things.
The topics covered in the book include:
- Credit Cards
- Home Loans
- Food and Groceries
- Home Maintenance and Repairs
- Insects and Pests
- Babies and Children
- Entertaining Children
- Special Occasions
- Cars and Alternative Transport
- Home Phones
- Mobile Phones
- Computers and the Internet
- Clothes and Accessories
- Affordable Entertainment
- Retail Shopping
- Recycling and the Environment
- Conserving Water
At only $24.95 you could re-coup your money with one single tip ... so what are you waiting for? Click here to get your copy today!
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Book Review By Tania McCartney from Australian Women Online
Save It opens at probably the most logical startpoint – Dollars and Sense – a chapter which includes budgets and financial goals, banks, credit cards, home loans, insurance and tax. Upon reading the contents of this chapter, I started hyperventillating, yet when I reluctantly began reading the chapter’s content, the throat-gripping titles seemed to melt away into clear, simple and even compelling reading. The information is concise, to the point, written in layspeak and, most importantly – totally do-able. Yes, even by me – a reader whose financial clarity and comprehension is rivalled by my six-year-old.
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About the Author
Hi, I’m Esta and this is my book, Save It. The book came about after finding myself unexpectedly in a bad financial situation many years ago.
At the time it was a bit like Murphy’s Law ... you know, when everything seems to go wrong at the same time – such as when your washing machine breaks down and several other appliances follow, almost like some sort of whitegoods conspiracy! And that’s exactly what happened, except on a much grander scale. I was pretty good with money and I had a plan B – I even had a plan C if one or two things went wrong. But who really prepares for several things going wrong at the same time? I would have needed plans somewhere further along the alphabet.
I couldn’t stomach the thought of living on home-brand baked beans for the next ten years, slowly chipping away at all our new debts just to try to get back to the financial position we were in originally. And I also wasn’t comfortable sitting out on a ledge feeling like the next thing could very well tip us over.
So I went on an extreme money makeover, doing whatever it took to get us out of debt so we didn’t have to spend a minute longer than we needed to being ‘penny pinchers’, even if that meant calculating electricity and not buying a single new article of clothing. Initially it was depressing, and I felt totally deprived of everything, throwing myself regular Pity Parties.
But soon after, the strangest thing happened, I starting enjoying it! I had a totally new perspective and attitude to money. It was like I had just been on some strange boot camp, or a tacky reality show where they purposely break you down so they can then build you back up again with a completely new and improved perspective, attitude and way of thinking. By the time my money embargo had been lifted and I had money to spend again, I felt financially enlightened. I realised it was actually really easy to save money, and that my prior spending habits were quite often wasteful. I also realised you can have what you want just by thinking about every dollar you spend and making a choice, so you can have your cake and eat it too! I mean, what’s the point of having cake if you can’t eat it anyway?
It really is as simple as challenging the way you think about money, and using the money you have in the best way to live the life you want. I realised I could have the things that were important to me if I was careful enough to save money on the things that weren’t. I no longer care if I have home-brand sugar in my morning coffee, I relish the opportunity to ring around to get a better deal on our insurances to save us hundreds of dollars each year, and I certainly don’t miss walking around shopping centres aimlessly for hours spending my money on things I don’t really need.
Leaving no money-saving stone unturned I now also have a healthy treasure chest full of really easy ways to save money on everyday things that I implement into my everyday life and save a fortune every single year.
Every dollar saved adds up to thousands of dollars each year that I can choose to spend on all the things that are really important or that I do care about. I can put the money on my mortgage, which saves us even more money again. I can spend the extra money on products that are ethical, natural and organic, and I can spend money on things that are more rewarding or simply bring us enjoyment and happiness, even if it’s a diamond-encrusted back scratcher!
Having gone through this experience really changed my life for the better, and knowing there are thousands of people out there struggling to get ahead – just as I was – inspired me to write the book and share the contents of my treasure chest to help other people.
So whether you have some serious debt you need to pay off, want to reach a financial goal, or just want to have more money to spend on the things that are important to you, this book is filled with over 1000 ways to save money, so you can do just that!
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