Thrifty Ways For Modern Days

Thrifty Ways For Modern Days : Handy Hints on Living Better for Less from the Community of MoneySavingExpert.Com

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This extraordinary book is based on the collective wisdom of the scores of contributors to the MoneySaving Old-Style section of MoneySavingExpert.com - the award-winning, trend-setting website which, in less than four years, has attracted over one million UK users a month. The Old-Style forum started when many of the older visitors to the site decided to share their accumulated knowledge with other younger users. It has swiftly developed into a discussion on living life cheaply, healthily, ethically and thriftily, with all generations together searching for a path to Old-Style bliss. Edited by Martin Lewis who, as well as being the founder of MoneySavingExpert.com, is a newspaper columnist, TV and radio money guru and presenter, and author of the bestselling The Money Diet, this lively book cannot fail to appeal to anyone who is interested in living better for less. The book includes hints and tips on: - How to budget - Cooking from scratch - Cleaning for pennies - Gardening - Making homemade gifts - How to shop

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Product details

  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 134 x 164 x 24mm | 222.26g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • VERMILION
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0091912776
  • 9780091912772
  • 11,892

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"This thrifty site deserves to be your financial best friend" Sunday Times "The UK's biggest financial anorak" BBC Radio 4's MoneyBox "If anyone can help, it's this man. Martin Lewis knows more about credit cards than possibly anyone else in the country" -- Justin Rowlatt BBC1 Panorama "The Dumbledore of debt." This Morning

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About Martin Lewis

Martin Lewis has his own ITV1 programme Make Me Rich, is a regular on BBC1's The One Show, is the financial expert on Tonight With Trevor McDonald, has a weekly column in the Guardian and regular Radio 2 and Talk Sport phone-ins. His free to use, ad-free website www.MoneySavingExpert.com is the biggest independent personal finance site in the UK, with over one million visits a month, and he can easily save you hundreds of pounds a year with his fully researched, easy-to-implement, cutting-edge advice.

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