Living on a Shoestring
The essential book for everyone who has been accused of being "cheap"--and is proud of it--has finally arrived!
Here are the Tightwad Twins, ready to share hundreds of their time (and budget) tested cheap tricks to help readers learn how not to spend money and still make life easier. With over 1000 tips on cooking, home decorating, entertaining, and gift giving, "Living on a Shoestring is an essential bible for everyone looking to stretch their dollar just a little further, with such time-and money-saving tips as:
Vacuuming with a scented softener sheet--the vacuum bag will deodorize while you clean
A coat of nail polish can make old jewelry look new
A blast of hairspray stiffens flies' wings for easier swatting
White-out hides scratches on white appliances
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