In the current economic climate frugality is cool again. But there is really something deeper at work here. Even now that some economic recovery has come to pass, the earth can’t afford the kind of wasteful rampage that has been the popular lifestyle of choice in the developed world over the last several decades. The “frugal abundance” advocated by the Frugal Goddess is the solution.
If you are among those that are still suffering from the results of the financial meltdown of 2008, you will find practical advice here. If you are on solid ground but just have a bad feeling about the excesses of the past, you will find inspiration on these pages.The Frugal Goddess gives you the straight informmation on avoiding wasteful spending and saving money so you can live a happier, freer, more prosperous life.
The Frugal Goddess is written by Annabel Ascher, a resident of Sonoma County California. She has lived a life of economic extremes, from great fortune to sudden poverty. She relearned the secrets of frugal abundance all over again when her circumstances changed in 2007. Faced with the death of her husband and loss of livelihood, she had no choice but to change her lifestyle.
When times got tough Annabel used everything in her frugal tool kit to develop a system that will work for anyone to save money, live well with limited funds, and eventually restore prosperity. Many people are now realizing that more stuff does not equal more happiness. Let the Goddess show you how to live frugal, green, and happy!
One of the first things the Frugal Goddess tackled was how to feed yourself in a time of soaring food prices, and now all of this knowledge is available in a book: Whole Food at Half Price–30 Days to Healthy Eating Without Breaking The Bank, published by Frugal Goddess Books. To view, click here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OUFFW68