The Frugal Senior: by Rich Gray
Author: Rich Gray
|Frugal. To many, the very word conjures up images of Scrooge counting coins in a dimly-lit back room while his assistant shivers up front for lack of coal. Synonyms such as “tightwad,” “cheapskate,” and “miserly” spring to mind. In our throwaway society, where debt skyrockets, landfills fill up, and “consumerism clamor” spills relentlessly from every television, radio, and print publication, the term “frugal” has become much-maligned—unjustly, according to Rich Gray.|
Frugality isn’t new. People throughout the ages have sought to live better while living within their means, and that’s really what it comes down to for many seniors today. They are looking for creative ways to save money thereby reducing stress, enjoying a happier and richer life and, all the while, benefiting the environment. Are these seniors tightwads? Hardly. Frugal? Proudly!
Why this book? Frugality is ultimately about altering one’s lifestyle. The Frugal Senior makes this change as painless as possible by providing hundreds of frugal tips, each one geared towards saving the reader money.
The casually frugal senior will get the most out of this book by opening it at random daily and selecting a tip that he or she can incorporate into his or her own life. Frugal warriors will read each chapter in order and change the entire way they look at whole portions of their lives.
Whichever approach one takes, within The Frugal Senior’s pages are a new way of living, a new way of thinking, that will have profound effects on the quality of the reader’s life.
Welcome to frugality.
Around The House
Automotive & Transportation
Health & Beauty
Computers & The Internet
Food, Cooking & The Kitchen
Gardening & The Yard
Money: Making & Managing
Pets & Animals
About the Author
For the past several years Richard Gray has worked as a freelance writer for Laptop Magazine, Smart Computing Magazine, Woman's Day. The bulk of his work has dealt with computing/Internet issues. He has also been heavily involved in web site design and management for years including, The Virtual Vermonter and Frugal World. He is currently working on another book for next fall.
Series: Best Half of Life
Features: Illustrated, Table of Contents
Physical Info: 0.62" H x 9.0" L x 6.2" W (0.62 lbs) 215 pages
Carton Quantity: 32
Publisher: Quill Driver Books
US SRP: 12.95 US
Pub Date: January 2006
- Business & Economics | Personal Finance | Money Management
- Reference | Personal & Practical Guides
- Family & Relationships | Aging | General
- Finance, Personal - Older people
- Saving and investment
Generational Orientation | Elderly/Aged
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