Friday, December 19, 2008

Living Rich for Less Review and Giveaway


Just in time for the New Year and all good intentions to get finances in order, here's a book that incredibly readable and filled with practical tips. In Living Rich for Less, Ellie breaks the book into three areas: giving, saving and spending smart. Each section is loaded with tips you can turn around and use tomorrow. When this book arrived, I flipped it open to get a feel for it. An hour later I surfaced. It was that easy to read and helpful. So if you're looking for a book that will give you the tips and strategies you need to pull your finances into shape, give this book a try. I have three copies of this book to give away between my blog, facebook page, and shoutlife, so be sure to leave a comment!

You really can be rich in every way, every day.

So you want to own the home you love, make memories on wonderful vacations with family or friends, finance college educations, and help others too?

You can—starting here and now.

With lively humor, proven know-how, and practical principles for financial health, Living Rich for Less helps you stretch your dollars to realize the lifestyle of your dreams. Ellie Kay’s entertaining and enlightening examples show you simple steps to save, spend, and give smart, and her three main principles are undergirded by dozens of effective rules and hundreds of Cha-Ching Factor™ tips that keep or put money in your pocket.

Ellie knows what it’s like to be financially-strapped or struggling, wanting to be the Joneses but feeling as poor in spirit as in pocketbook. She went, within two and a half years, from being a new wife and mom with $40,000 in consumer debt and seven children (and college educations) to support, to being completely debt-free and within fifteen years able to pay cash for eleven different cars, give away three of those cars, buy two five-bedroom houses (moving from one to the other) and nicely furnish each, take wonderful vacations, dress her family in fine fashion; and support more than thirty non-profit organizations in more than a dozen different countries, giving away more than $100,000.

Isn’t that the kind of transformation to a rich life that you want?

Living Rich for Less helps anyone get there in our taxed-out, maxed-out times. Because financial security doesn’t mean just genuine prosperity, but being able to live luxuriously, give generously, and care for yourself as well as the others around you.

Why keep up with the Joneses when you can be them?

11 comments:

Jonah said...

Cool!

Sabrina L. Fox said...

Sign me up, please. :)

stampedwithgrace said...

sounds like a book I'd like to read! please enter me :)

Many Christmas Blessings!

bigguysmama said...

sounds like a book we could all use. please enter me to win.

Merry CHRISTmas,
Mimi B

mnjesusfreak at gmail dot com

Traveling J said...

she has great ideas. I'd love to read this one. Count me in for the drawing.

Janet K

Abi said...

Oh, this looks like a wonderful book. Please include me in the drawing. Thanks.

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

Stonefox (otherwise known as Heidi) said...

This sounds like a helpful book. Merry Christmas!

squiresj said...

I would love to win this book if I am not too late. I sure could use it.
jrs362 (at) hotmail (dot) com

cpullum said...

I really would love to read this book!!! Count me in!
Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Linda said...

I would love this book. My being unable to work, and our salary low, we have not been able to give as we used to or been able to enjoy a vacation once in a while. I'd loved to be able to do both and help out those who need help(especially friends and family).

Linda said...

I love WWII historicals as well. It's a great way to learn about history, which I hated in high school.

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