The Cheapskate’s Guide to the Holiday Season

October 13, 2018
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Looking for a way to save a TON of MONEY for the rest of the year?

I’ve put together some information products that I’m positive can save hundreds of dollars throughout the next 3 months. If you use these products, you’ll find new ways to save money and have a great time doing it. The goal here is that nobody feels deprived.

The Cheapskate’s Guide to the Holiday Season totals 170 pages and is made up of 4 PDF products:

  • The Cheapskate’s Guide to the Galaxy October 2018 (41 pages) 
  • The Preppernomics Report November 2017 (25 pages) 
  • The Preppernomics Report December 2017 (29 pages) 
  • Have Yourself a Thrifty Little Christmas and a Debt-Free New Year (75 pages) 

(I changed the name of my monthly subscription product after the first two months, thus the difference you see above.)

The price of all four of the extra-awesome products? $16.49

You can order here:

The Cheapskate’s Guide subscriptions are no longer available. This special offer is the ONLY way you can get your paws on them. For this bundle, I am charging the same price that subscribers were charged (and throwing in the Thrifty Christmas book for free) but later, I’ll be bumping up the cost for back issues.

Why should you take my advice?

If you don’t know my story, I’ll give you the quick and dirty version. I’ve been a single mother for 16 years, and super-duper single after my children’s father passed away suddenly and unexpectedly 10 years ago. I was the only game in town as far as supporting my two girls was concerned.

I didn’t make a whole lot of money in the earlier days. And by not a lot, I mean that if we spilled a gallon of milk earlier in the week, I would have literally cried over that spilled milk because I would not have been able to afford another gallon until my next paycheck. Things were that tight.

But I still somehow managed to dig us out of the debt I was left with after my divorce. We had some major rough spots, like when I got laid off and when my father died and when the kids’ dad passed away. But we made it, and for the girls, most of the time, they felt happy and secure.

I’ve managed to put both of those children, now young adults, through college without a penny of debt. At the time my oldest was in college, I made just under $24,000 per year. But still, we did not do college loans. We made it work. And we did so through frugal methods that made all three of us more creative people who thrive in simplicity.

Our holidays were wildly memorable and didn’t cost a fortune. In writing these guides, I’ve looked back at the things we did – and didn’t do – while still having a great time. We are so close, really the best of friends, and somehow, I believe that our lifestyle of experiences > material things is responsible for it.

So…this is your chance to get a peek inside our family treasure trove of thrifty ideas. I hope they inspire your own thrifty solutions.

Buy The Cheapskate’s Guide to the Holiday Season

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Daisy Luther

About the Author

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, gun-toting blogger who writes about current events, preparedness, frugality, voluntaryism, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, The Organic Prepper. She is widely republished across alternative media and she curates all the most important news links on her aggregate site, Daisy is the best-selling author of 4 books and lives in the mountains of Virginia with her two daughters and an ever-growing menagerie. You can find her on FacebookPinterest, and Twitter.

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