Saving Savvy: Smart and Easy Ways to Cut Your Spending in Half and Raise Your Standard of Livingand Giving - eBook
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Everybody wants to save money, but sometimes it's just too difficult and overwhelming. Kelly Hancock, popular blogger and media personality, has done the hard work for those who want to save big! Her saving secrets in Saving Savvy will help readers cut their spending in half--even before they clip the first coupon. Kelly was a successful business professional who abruptly changed her mind to stay home after the birth of her first child. But it didn't make financial sense on paper. So Kelly figured out a way to cut her family's overall spending substantially and their grocery budget by 80%. They not only discovered how to make ends meet, they were able to give more generously to others. She reassures readers that God will faithfully provide for those who seek to honor Him.
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Vendor: Worthy Publishing
Publication Date: 2011
The Lazy Couponer: How to Save Over $25,000 Per Year in Just 45 Minutes Each WeekJamie ChaseRunning Press / 2011 / Trade Paperback$11.70 Retail:
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Everybody wants to save money, but sometimes its just too difficult and overwhelming. Kelly Hancock, popular blogger and media personality, has done the hard work for those who want to save big! Her saving secrets will help readers cut their spending half even before they clip the first coupon. Kelly was a successful business professional who abruptly changed her mind to stay home after the birth of her first child. But it didnt make financial sense on paper. So Kelly figured out a way to cut familys overall spending substantially and their grocery budget by 80%. They not only discovered how to make ends meet, they were able to give more generously to others. She reassures readers that God will faithfully provide for those who seek to honor.
Kelly Hancock has one of the most popular money-savings blogs on the Internet, faithfulprovisions.com. She has also appeared on many radio and television programs to share her amazing savings secrets. She and her husband, Bradford, have 2 children and live in Nashville, TN.
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Joyful4 Stars Out Of 5saving savvyJanuary 21, 2015JoyfulQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3Some good info, but I think the contents could be shortened.
Myra5 Stars Out Of 5January 2, 2013MyraQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I gave this book to my daughter who has a new baby and is staying home. I'm sure it will be a help to her for saving money.
IolaNew ZealandAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Not Relevant Outside USAJanuary 24, 2012IolaNew ZealandAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 2Saving Savvy aims to help households reduce their spending on groceries and dining out by giving readers information on budgeting, food purchasing and coupon shopping. The book is written from a Christian perspective, so it also emphasises seeking God's assistance in being a good steward of what you have been given, and giving to others out of your excess. Saving Savvy is interspersed with relevant bible quotes, real life stories from savvy savers, and lots of useful tips to help homemakers gain control of their food budget and still be able to bless others through giving.
There is good advice but the tone is patronising on occasion ("you will now learn"), and a lot of the information is also available on the author's website, www.faithfulprovisions.com. I have heard a lot of the advice before (although some of it bears repetition as I don't always follow it). There were also some interesting ideas that I had not heard before, like the idea of using the tinfoil cooking dishes you can buy at discount stores for either freezing extra portions of cooked food (like lasagne) or giving them away without having to worry about getting the container back. It was curious to note that there was only one passing comment on taking lunches to work - I imagine I am not alone in finding that bought lunches quickly add up to become a major expenditure.
Saving Savvy has some excellent content, but the best hints are around US stores and coupon programmes. Too much of the information is simply not relevant outside the USA - I live in New Zealand, and the entire discussion on coupon programmes is pretty much irrelevant, as it emphasises using more than one coupon on the same product, or using coupons on sale items. All coupons and discount programmes I see specifically state that they cannot be used with any other offers, and most can only be used on full-price merchandise. As much of the information is also available on the authors' website (www.faithfulprovisions.com) my recommendation to non-US customers would be to save your money and buy a locally-written book.
Thanks to Worthy Publishing and NetGalley for providing a free ebook for review.
NashBNashville, TNAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great "How To" Book!September 7, 2011NashBNashville, TNAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is great for anyone who wants to learn how to save money on their groceries, but doesn't know where to start. There are so many tips to save money WITHOUT cutting coupons every week; however, if you want to learn how to coupon, this book even tells you how! Saving Savvy is full of practical ways to save money. By learning these concepts, I was able to cut my grocery bill in half in less than 6 months!
scruggleGeorgiaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Save Money on Groceries!July 2, 2011scruggleGeorgiaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3This book is chock full of information about saving money using coupons strategically and building a stock pile. I love that the author tells readers not to hoard or steal (by using unethical couponing). The TV shows that are out there are very unrealistic and the author shows the real-deal. My favorite part was the last chapters about sharing your items with others and the recipes. I also loved the Bible verses throughout the book. My least favorite part was that at some points, the book sounded like a giant advertisement for thier blog. I understand that they want people to visit thier blog to learn more but it was a little excessive in some parts of the book.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for offering this book to me free of charge in exchange for this review!
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