What books on frugal living inspired you to start saving money?
For me, they include 'The Tightwad Gazette' by Amy Daczyzcn, 'Walden' by Henry Thoreau, and 'How to Survive Without A Salary' by Charles Long.
'Extreme Money Makeover' by Dave Ramsey is an excellent book on the subject of budgeting/saving/debt elimination.
Frugal living books are, no doubt, a great source of inspiration. 'The Money or Your Life' and 'Made from scratch' are worth reading. Frugality is all about changing your lifestyle, which is not at all difficult. Know your wants and needs. Though it is challenging, it involves lots of fun and you will enjoy it.
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
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