Monthly Archives: February 2009

Embrace Your Inner Cheapskate

In these tough economic times, it’s important to think about how you spend your money. Jeff Yeager, “the ultimate cheapskate,” has written about going on a “fiscal fast,” going for a period of time without buying anything (http://www.ultimatecheapskate.com). He suggests … Continue reading

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Hire an Organizer and Save

People who use the services of a professional organizer find themselves saving money in many ways. Here are a few: *Increased productivity from following systems that work*Decreased spending from not buying duplicates of things they already own*Avoiding late fees and … Continue reading

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