“Could It Really Be Possible…My Electric Bill Was ONLY $173.20 For The WHOLE YEAR!
That Looking At The Things You Do each Day With A Fresh Frugal Perspective
Could Double or Triple Your Yearly Savings?”

YES!! You Can Profit With My Quick And Easy “FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSONS
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Living frugally is being a good steward of what you have, so that you can have ‘more’ for the same money and time investment.
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Home Economics Is Dead!

Just kidding.

In fact, I get senselessly upset when someone says that something educational is dead. They are talking about things that didn’t live in the first place and use the phrase to excuse themselves from learning. (So if you are senselessly upset now, then I completely understand, I apologize.)

Anyway, since I started running my first home, decades ago, I’ve been told that hundreds of things having to do with home economics are ‘dead.’ All by people who don’t understand what it is to start withI mean, REALLY?!

Home Economics is the financial side of running a home. Moreover, as dry as that sounds, it can be REALLY FUN!

But, How Could They Know? It hasn’t been taught in school for generations.

There is so much misinformation. At one time or another, I’ve been told by some blogger (who’s fact-shifting for page views) that…

  • You have to choose either Time OR Money
  • Working From Home Is Dead
  • Gas prices are all the same
  • Inexpensive items are of less quality
  • You have to use expensive, toxic chemicals to have things ‘Clean’
  • Lifestyle design is expensive
  • Debt is a fact of life
  • And the American Dream is dead

NONE OF THAT IS TRUE!

The truth is that these topics are no longer taught to us growing up. We just stopped thinking about them and trudge along like good sheeple, deep in debt and believing that is the way it has to be. THIS IS NOT TRUE. What you are about to learn are FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSONS that are used everyday by those that know how to PROPERLY use their Time and Money for their own Benefit.The truth is that these topics are no longer taught to us growing up. We just stopped thinking about them and trudge along like good sheeple, deep in debt and believing that is the way it has to be.

THIS IS NOT TRUE.

What you are about to learn are FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSONS that are used everyday by those that know how to PROPERLY use their Time and Money for their own Benefit.

In a nutshell, for those like me that hate to read sales letters – You will receive:

  • My detailed report of how I managed to have an electric bill of $172.30 for A Whole Year!
    • What appliances I used and when (you probably have the same at home)
    • What appliances I didn’t use and why
    • Concise resources to support what I did and exactly how it works.
  • Once a week you will receive one FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSON; so-called because they are life lessons that are fun to apply and the rewards are amazing! You are taught:
    • How to look at a situation as if you have never seen it before.
    • The information that people don’t mention when they tell you how to do things.
    • Why you have been taught to do things a certain way that benefit others, but not you… Until NOW!
    • A collection of freebies to be sprinkled liberally throughout the lessons as my gift.

If you’re a smart cookie and that is enough to convince you that this offer is worth $5 a month, let’s get started.

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“Being frugal doesn’t mean slashing your spending or depriving yourself of things that you enjoy. It means knowing the value of a dollar and making every effort to spend it wisely.” 
― 
Frank Sonnenberg

Still reading? Okay, what do you want to know?

“Tell Me About This $172.30 Per YEAR Electric Bill!”I wanted to spend MY time and money living my life… not maintaining stuff. I decided to go on a yearlong quest to see how much it really cost me to live and what I actually needed to be truly comfortable.

Okay.

I wanted to spend MY time and money living my life… not maintaining stuff.

I decided to go on a yearlong quest to see how much it really cost me to live and what I actually needed to be truly comfortable.

I loved the very thought – and – every minute of the adventure.

One of the things that I discovered on my journey, quite accidentally, was by living intentionally my electric bill for the YEAR was only $172.30! That’s an average of $14.35 per month… aren’t you just a bit curious as to how I did that?

Here is a picture of the last two months of the bill:

 “What are Fun Frugal Living Lessons?” That’s a perfect question, I’m glad that you asked! Fun Frugal Living Lessons are lessons emailed to you once a week that you can easily integrate into your day and life to keep the money that you have worked so hard to earn. So many people these days are in debt and working more than one job because you don’t know how to do things properly. As a result: • You may be overpaying for ‘things’ and ‘services’ that you don’t need. • You may be in debt with no easy way out. • You may be working a second or third job that is keeping you from all of the people that you love and things that you have earned.

 

I will give you that detailed report when you invest in yourself, your family, and your future to learn the Fun Frugal Living Lessons.

“What are Fun Frugal Living Lessons?”

That’s a perfect question, I’m glad that you asked!

Fun Frugal Living Lessons are lessons emailed to you once a week that you can easily integrate into your day and life to keep the money that you have worked so hard to earn.

So many people these days are in debt and working more than one job because they don’t know how to do things properly. If you are among them:

  • You may be overpaying for ‘things’ and ‘services’ that you don’t need.
  • You could be in debt with no easy way out.
  • Maybe you are working a second or third job that is keeping you from all the people who you love and things that you have earned.

We don’t know, what we don’t know.

Living frugally is being a good steward of what you already have, so that you can have ‘more’ for the same money and time investment.

What if you learn to use what you have from one job properly and didn’t need to work that second job? Would life be nicer for you and your family? Of course it would!

Here is just a small part of a lesson (No, they aren’t all about grocery shopping):

Here is an example of grocery shopping frugally without any hassle at all. I was out of Quaker Oats. We have two grocery stores across the street from each other. Store A and Store B. Both stores sell Quaker Oats for $2.99 a box.

  • Store A has a rewards card
  • Store A has a website that has online coupons that you can load on the rewards card, by clicking the coupon. The discounts are automatically applied when you buy the item and present your rewards card at the cash register.
  • Store A had a sale on Quaker Oats – buy one get one free. That’s two boxes of oats for $2.99. That is now $1.50 for each box of oats.
  • Store A had a coupon on my rewards card for Quaker Oats. When you buy two boxes, you get $1.00 off the price. Now my price is down to $1.00 for each box of Quaker Oats.
  • Store B sells the same box of Quaker Oats for $2.99.

I just bought two boxes of Quaker Oats for $2.00, which if I had not been intentional would have cost me $6.00.

On just that one purchase… I just EARNED $4.00 (the difference in price) to put in my Vacation Fund bank account. That is Fun Frugal Living!

 See how that simple tip worked? However, that was just one tiny tip,
NOT a lesson. Lessons are much more informative.

LIVING FRUGALLY IS BEING A GOOD STEWARD OF WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE, SO THAT YOU CAN HAVE ‘MORE’ FOR THE SAME MONEY AND TIME INVESTMENT. In that lesson you will learn how to set the above rewards card up and have it ready any time that you want it for all of your groceries in 5 minutes a week or less. You will also learn a number of other secrets the grocery store holds, like:

  • Possible gasoline discounts p/gallon – (My discount was $1.10 per gallon this month!)
  • How I get a $5 coupon toward groceries for each trip to the store.
  • How to get free cleaning supplies, make up, food, baby supplies

Sidebar: Before I go on, did you notice that my EARNINGS from being intentional went into a different bank account to help me reach a goal? In this case it was my vacation fund. I am REACHING GOALS by being intentional, not just saving money.

Your goals may be:

  • Paying off a credit card
  • Making extra car payments
  • Saving for a down payment on a home
  • Taking care of student debt or saving for a child’s tuition

The point is that you now have those options!

These are not theories, but things that I (and others in the know) do every day. You can have these lessons sent to you for just $5 per month!

“Show Me More.”

Okay. Here is another little intentional informational tidbit most people don’t think to do.

A tiny tip to save on your electric bill. Most people charge their electronics at night when they are sleeping. This is too long and not only bad for the batteries in your phone, iPad, etc., but also uses phantom electricity (that you will learn costs the average person $100 p/year in electricity!)Charge your electronics in the car instead of in the house. Car chargers are inexpensive and you probably already have one. I usually charge my phone in the car when driving. If your car allows you to plug-in USB cords, you can charge other devices in the car as well. We have cords that we use on long drives that work just as well around town to charge the iPads and Kindles in the car. If you are unsure about a device, do a quick Internet search ‘(device name) charge in the car’.

  • Charge your electronics in the car instead of in the house. Car chargers are inexpensive and you probably already have one. I usually charge my phone in the car when driving.
  • If your car allows you to plug-in USB cords, you can charge other devices in the car as well. We have cords that we use on long drives that work just as well around town to charge the iPads and Kindles in the car. If you are unsure about a device, do a quick Internet search ‘(device name) charge in the car’.

NOTE: Don’t leave your devices in the car in view unattended or in weather that is too hot or cold.

“One More!”

Last one…

Gym or Gem? Yep, I said it.

I had to decide whether I could be physically fit without a stinky locker room, free-weights, and other sweaty people around me – IF – the payoff was a very nice pair of sapphire earrings that I had my eye on.

It was a tough decision… NOT!  I was going to have those earrings and look good wearing them.

I like walking my dog with the neighbor and chatting for an hour each morning at sunrise.

Walking is an easy answer for me and perhaps for you. You will want to have a comfortable pair of shoes. You can use a pedometer or GPS app on your cell phone to keep track of your walking distance and pace. Some people like to listen to music to keep the pace, so download what moves you, and get moving.

Another form of exercise is doing household chores with flair! Think about dancing with your dust mop, or perhaps competing against a timer (or partner) to complete washing the car or raking a section of leaves from the lawn.

Give the neighbors something to talk about — Be the Joneses that they want to keep up with.

Put on the music and dance or hula-hoop. I love off body flow with my two mini hoops.

Don’t try to tell me that you are too old, I’m older.

Exercise is free entertainment that keeps you physically fit. When you are in shape, you are less likely to over-eat, and you will save money on medical expenses.

The gym that I belonged to was low-end on the price scale costing only $10 p/month.

My Earring Fund made $120 this year, and I look stunning!

Confession: I may have failed to mention that I had gone to the gym and turned all the TVs to The Food Channel where Paula Dean was adding a stick of butter to everything under the sun and giggling… the gym did not have an issue with my leaving.

Just these three simple little tidbits show you how to save $150 Right Now!

There Are More Than One Hundred Information-Packed, Detailed, Intentional, “FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSONS,”
that your mother did NOT teach you!

Again, You will receive:

  • My detailed report of how I managed to have an electric bill of $172.30 for A Whole Year!
    • What appliances I used and when (you probably have the same at home)
    • What appliances I didn’t use and why
    • Concise resources to support what I did and exactly how it works.
  • Once a week you will receive one FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSON; so-called because they are life lessons that are fun to apply and the rewards are amazing! You are taught:
    • How to look at a situation as if you have never seen it before.
    • The information that people don’t mention when they tell you how to do things.
    • Why you have been taught to do things a certain way that benefit others, but not you… Until NOW!
    • A collection of freebies to be sprinkled liberally throughout the lessons as my gift.

It’s as clear as the window in your house that even one FUN FRUGAL LIFE LESSON worth $5 a month… and you will be getting one lesson a week (That’s 4 a month) – for the same price PLUS the detailed report of how I managed to have an electric bill of $172.30 for A Whole Year! let’s get started!!

Living frugally is being a good steward of what you have, so that you can have ‘more’ for the same money and time investment.

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“The way to wealth is as plain as the way to market. It depends chiefly on two words, industry, and frugality: that is, waste neither time nor money, but make the best use of both. Without industry and frugality nothing will do, and with them everything.”
― Benjamin Franklin

The lessons are yours to keep and will be ready reference when you need them, securely in your inbox. I strongly suggest that you do go back and reread them from time to time. We always see something that we missed when we reread.

P.S. I’m told that you would probably like some freebies with your Information Packed, Detailed, Intentional FUN FRUGAL LIVING LESSONS – just in case saving you hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars per year is not enough.

Okay. I can do that.

Each week I will see that you get links to free information or products that you can get access to from the email lesson sent to your inbox.

You cannot go wrong with this incredible Guarantee!

I am so certain that FUN FRUGAL LIVING LESSONS ™ will enrich your life when you apply the knowledge that you receive, that if you are unhappy you can just unsubscribe, no questions asked. But, before you do that I would like the chance to correct the issue for you so I will give you my personal email address. I will personally respond within 24 hours.

That’s Right! When you subscribe to bettering your lifestyle for yourself and your family, I want to be a part of that, and will give you my personal email address for any and all questions that you may have about FUN FRUGAL LIVING LESSONS.

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“There is no dignity quite so impressive, and no independence quite so important, as living within your means.” 
― 
President Calvin Coolidge

 

“Frequently Asked Questions”

Are these FUN FRUGAL LIVING LESSONS easy to do?

Absolutely! Just look at the examples above. I give you another way of looking at something as well as explain to you the hidden costs that you may now be paying. With this knowledge, you have a week to address a better way to do that one task before the next lesson arrives.

Why do you send the FUN FRUGAL LIVING LESSONS out once a week instead of just making them in book form?

I may do that one day – but not today. You see when someone learns one thing, they learn it well; if a person reads a book of over 100 lessons, they don’t apply the lessons. I would do you a disservice to overwhelm you.

Can I really email you personally if I have a question about a lesson?

Please do! If you don’t understand something, others may have an issue too. I need to know that and to correct it.

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