As a working mom, on a budget, I’m always on the lookout for books and articles to help my family save money, without sacrificing our quality of life.
Recently,I can’t across a Book called Effortless Savings, by Richard Syrop. What I like most about Effortless Savings is the layout, flow and simplicity of it. It’s a very easy read and full of tons of useful money-saving information.
Effortless Savings is broken down into 11 savings-filled chapters:
- TeleCom Services
- Home Energy
- Grocery Shopping
- Health and Beauty Products
- Clothing and Household Items
- Automotive Expenses
- Additional Shopping Strategies
- Restaurants and Entertainment
- Vacations and Travel Expenses
- Credit Cards and Banking
Each chapter provides you tips on how to save money, effortlessly. And, as a bonus, Syrop has a table at the end of each chapter that gives you an average amount you can save, using the methods he recommends.
It’s this kind of content and attention to detail that puts Effortless Savings at the top of my list of budgeting/money saving books.
DISCLAIMER: I was provided a copy of Effortless Savings, free of charge, for the purposes of review. As always, ask opinions are my own.