This book offers the reader a chance to learn the basics of living a frugal lifestyle. Are you a single saver? Do you have money for retirement? Does your partner know what it cost to run your household? Do they even care? If you answered no to any of these questions then you need to read this book. It will answer your basic frugal living questions. This is the stuff that I talk about every Sunday on The Cheap Cheetah Money Show(tm). My goal when I wrote this book was to help the reader become financially free. So that they can do what they want, when they want without them having to worry about a paycheck or debt hanging over their heads.
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.
This intimate 50-page workbook explores the questions: What do you say to someone who is critically ill? How can you provide comfort and honesty? How do you handle your fear, sadness and anger? How can you effectively deal with busy doctors? What do you say to yourself when you're alone? A HELPING HANDBOOK--WHEN A LOVED ONE IS CRITICALLY ILL provides a private place to explore and express conflicting feelings, paving the way with inspirational poetry.
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