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.
As a child working alongside of my grandmothers and my mother, I learned from them many of the frugal ways that helped during The Great Depression. You never forget lessons like that. Now so many years later, I want to pass some of the things I have always fixed in my own kitchen. These are simple things, cooked for hungry people. They are not fancy, and they are meant to save money in a tough economy.
You bought a Mac! Let me be the first to tell you, your day is about to get much, MUCH easier.But before we get there, there's a bit of light house keeping. Yeah, yeah, yeah - that's all fine and good, but when do you get to play with your new machine? Mac's are great - they are powerful, streamlined and easy as heck to use - but your files? They're still on a PC and like it or not, you just spent 20+ years using Windows, so there are some adjustments to make. Before you can show off your slick new Macbook Air or brag about how much faster your machine boots up or how you can find a file in, like, three seconds, you need to make the transition. That's what we're about to do. The accessories. The Apps. The file transfer. In the pages that follow, you'll learn all the stuff that matters, none of the stuff that doesn't and be ready to flash that shiny new Apple logo at your local coffee shop with pride.
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