The Frugal Woman is not cheap. She's a cost-conscious, savvy consumer who avoids wasting her time, her money, and her energy on things she does not need. She's organized about her money management, spending, and household planning. She makes decisions based on her own needs and values. She's in control of her life. The Frugal Woman dresses her kids in brand-name clothes, gets her hair done in salons, buys antique furniture eats gourmet meals, gives gifts that wow her friends and family - and all the while socks money away in her savings and retirement account, living free of credit card debt, and feeling secure about tomorrow while enjoying today. The Frugal Woman's Guide to a Rich Life tells how to be just such a Frugal Woman - how to make the best use of what you already have, how to identify what you really need in your life (and what you don't), how to get the necessities (and even a few luxuries) for less, and how to cut down on your and the earth's wasted resources.Or cut it in pieces and make a one-dish rice casserole. ... You can add it to potato salad, macaroni salad, or pasta salad. ... Melt a quarter cup of margarine in a saucepan; add three tablespoons of flour, stir, then ... Use as much or as little chicken as you want. Simply ... aTurkey hash: In a large bowl, combine equal amounts of finely diced turkey and finely diced cooked potatoes (or use frozen hash browns). ... In a large, heavy skillet, heat a tablespoon or two of vegetable oil until sizzling.
|Title||:||The Frugal Woman's Guide to a Rich Life|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Nelson Inc - 2003-10-13|