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Special Diets: Tightwad Tara's Guide
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Gluten Free and Allergy Free made easy! Through her struggles and challenges with dietary restrictions, Tara has simplified eating for those on special or restricted diets. Tara’s passion is... More > saving time and money, this time in the kitchen! She provides over 230 simple, delicious recipes that are gluten-free, wheat-free, dairy-free, casein-free, soy-free, preservative-free and additive-free. Many recipes are also peanut-free, tree-nut free, egg-free, sulfite-free and low in sugar. Tara is a mother of a child who is reversing from autism by using dietary intervention and supplementation.
Tara is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and has a Masters Degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College. She has a degree in business from Iowa State University. Tara resides with her husband and three children in Southeast Iowa.
The Big Book of Savings 205 ways to save Frugal Living Series
Pay attention to where your money is going. Carry a little memo pad around and keep track of everything you spend. Like magic, the simple act of writing stuff down will often keep you from spending... More > money. It also helps you to look at where your money is going and allows you to make informed decisions about how much money you really need to live the life you want.< Less
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Debt got you down? Then ditch it!
No one gets up each morning thinking, “Wow, it’s a great day to pile on some more debt.” Yet most of us do so without thinking, each and every... More > day.
This book will teach you a few easy principles to deal with the debt you already have and how to avoid digging any deeper.< Less
Money Saving Expert Tips On How to Save Money Fast –Ways to Save Money By Money Management, Frugal Living & Budgeting
Money Saving Mom: Money Saving Expert Tips On How to Save Money Fast –Ways to Save Money Through Money Management, Frugal Living & Budgeting
The word "frugality" has left a more... More > negative connotation for most people than simply being a saver, a cheapskate or tightwad. There is a thin line difference to saving and too much frugality to the point of being awkward and ridiculous. This is where the negative connotation comes from.
But if you are guided with the right principles and reasons in deciding to live a frugal life, you would never go wrong.
If you have decided to live frugally, no need to be worried of insults. Keep your head up high. And keep your focus through these tips.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Andy Grant's Pluck
Andy Grant's Pluck is the story of a young student. Andy is forced to leave Penhurst Academy abruptly when his father, a farmer, has $6,000 stolen by a bank employee. As a result, the father must... More > mortgage the small farm for $3,000. Squire Carter, a local tightwad and hard-hearted man of wealth, holds the mortgage, but insists on a clause in the contract which would allow him to foreclose at the end of two years.
Andy, not cut out for farming, is fortunate to meet Mr. Gale, a rich, young New Yorker, who is boarding at a local hotel, and hires Andy to be his tutor at nine dollars a week. This does not last, however, and Andy must keep finding new jobs until he can afford to pay off his father’s mortgage. Unfortunately, there are many people who try to get in his way.< Less
Murder By Bean Dip and Other Short Pieces
In Murder By Bean Dip, Helen Thompson is visited by her Mississippi cousin, Thelma Josephine Throckmorton and Thelma's husband, W.D. The couple have bought a cottage on Lake Puddleduck near Helen.... More > The two of them drive Helen crazy but what the heck, they're family and you have to love your family. Thelma Josephine invites Helen to a cook-out at their Mount Vernon sized cottage. While Thelma Josephine is out shopping for wine and Wild Turkey, a surprise guest shows up-Thelma Josephine's dead second husband. He promises W.D. that he'll go away for a price but being a tightwad, W.D. has decided he isn't paying this guy a penny. He thinks fast, which is difficult for him, and offers his predecessor a drink and some chips and bean dip. The dip is poisoned with snips of leaves from a foxglove plant. Thelma Josephine returns from shopping just as Helen arrives. They discover the body of husband #2 face down in a bowl of bean dip. Thinking this is W.D., Thelma Josephine is shocked when she finds out who it really is.< Less