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Is your top resolution to save money this year? I have totally been there! We saved $40,000 in less than a year so we could buy our larger new house without a bank loan! My first book, pulled a lot of information off of my blog and then, I added a few more gems to it. 101 Ways to Save Money Painlessly started to get great reviews and is the reason I will be speaking again at libraries in Wisconsin this spring. It was fun to write and started me on my journey of publishing books.
Let’s see what some of my reviews said:
March 2, 2017
This book came at a perfect time in my life, that seems to be happening lately. We had been looking at moving but we are now kicking that into high gear by wanting to move by the end of the year. So I have been trying to come up with ways to save a bit of money to go towards the move.
I love the pacing of the book and was able to finish it in just 2 sittings. I mainly only read fiction with a few how tos tossed in for things I’m into. “Money books” as I call them have never been my thing and I usually have the worst time trying to read them. This one was a breeze and I had no issues staying captivated.
I got quite a few great tips from this book. I was also happy to find some things I had thought I was weird for doing were some of the things suggested. Guess I am not that weird after all! Dannelle makes saving look less daunting and more attainable.
If you are needing to make a change financially or just need some new ideas then this book is great!
February 16, 2017