My Grandmother "The Ultimate Penny Pincher!"
Are You A Self-Taught Individual?
My Grandma Became A Self-Taught Person.
Here's a tale about my grandmother, who was the eldest of seven siblings, she did not finish school, and wasn't able read or write. And at the tender age of 10, she took on the responsibilities of taking care of her siblings, while her mother went to work and supported their family. When she became an adult, she left home and got married to a young stub which was my grandfather, shortly after that she became a mother that is when her self-motivation kicked in. She became self-taught women in everything she did, I guess she was eager to learn and earn. My grandmother worked for pennies on the dollar, but she understood how money works, she worked at factory for more than 25 years. And it seemed like everything, she touched would somehow turn into gold, that's how I remember her.
One penny may seem to you to be a very insignificant thing, but it is the small seed from which fortunes spring.— Orison Swett Marden
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This article is dedicated to my self-taught grandmother, who is no-longer with us but she will always be with me in spirit. Because she knew how to be the ultimate grandmother as well as a penny pincher and left us with a remarkable family legacy.
Here are most of her natural abilities that made her unique because she believe in teaching herself in these areas:
1.Saving came natural to her each paycheck, she knew that she had to put money aside to build her nest egg. Grandma would all ways paid her-self first before she would paid anything else.
2.Investing was something she was drawn to as she learned how to buy real-estate and hold the properties, until she felt it was time to sell. She would make her moves like an astute investor.
3.Sewing and crocheting became her passion as she did that on the side to make some extra money. She sold her hats, scarves, booties, blankets, and gloves to anyone and everyone.
4. Homemade meals was something she treasure as a mother & grandmother. She sold her delicious food to friends and co-workers for extra cash.
5.Mastering her Garden skills without forth-effort as she used her green thumb to plant and grow wonderful looking vegetables and fruits. Making family treats with what she called a labor of love.
6.Home-remedies made her worthy to turn to for her invaluable information on what homemade products were usable and helpful for her children and grandchildren. Just in case they got hurt or sick.
7.Beauty secrets is how she made her nails and hair stronger and more vibrant until she left us.
8.Mrs. Fix It- that's the name my mother gave her because she had a knack on fixing toilets, patching up walls and any other small jobs that people nowadays would pay a fortune for.
9. A black book with weekly coupons were used for all most everything from food, clothes, and household items.
10. Shopping at the Goodwill, Garage Sales, and Flea Markets was something she was accustomed to.
11.Collector of antique furniture and dolls.
12.Recycling cans and other important metals for cash.
13.Understanding how to save money with her utility bills.
This is how my grandma became "the ultimate penny pincher" to us and how she earned her nickname.
The most popular Labor-Saving device is still money.
— Phyllis George
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Ultimate Penny Pincher Preparation.
My grandmother prepared for the future by buying plenty of insurance like life and other important coverage, Investing in numerous properties and land, and she saved like a mad women. As an adult, mother, and wife, I see that she had made the right decisions throughout her life making sure her family was well taken care of. My mother, aunts, and uncles are always comparing me to my grandmother in many ways, they say I have the same work ethic and savviness to invest wisely like she did. I'm honored and humbled to say I've learned from a great mentor and I think I will always be willing to learn as long as I live. Thanks, grandma for showing me the ropes and demonstrating it with your life.
Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving.— Warren Buffett
Grandma's Investment Portfolio
Small Unit Blds
Money is in some respects life's fire: it is a very excellent servant, but a terrible master.— P.T Barnum
Grandma Never Used This In Her Portfolio
Dow Industrial Jones
Experts Like Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman And Many Others.
Most of they're advice they give to others are very similar to what my grandmother believe in, when it came to her financial life. These two experts remind me so much of the principles she lived by. That's why I had to mention both of them.
The key to making money is to stay invested.-Suze Orman
Be in debt is normal. Be weird.-Dave Rasmey
The Moral Of My Story.
I want people to understand that each penny does count. The more you save, invest, and create, the better your live will be, but only if you know. How to manage your money well, it will take you where you need to be.
Compound interest is the eight wonder of the world. He who understands it, earn it. He who doesn't, pay it.— Albert Einstein
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