With job security still iffy in this shaky economy, people are naturally worried about paying their bills and staying afloat.
“Tough economic times do not have to be a time of struggles! If you look for the opportunity in the middle of difficulty, as Mr. Einstein suggested, then tough economic times become an opportunity to transform your life.”
The e-book covers a lot of ground. Here’s the table of contents:
1. A Simple Lifestyle
2. Focus on the Essentials
3. Thriving on Less, Not Struggling
4. Focusing on Enough, Not More
5. Make Small Financial Changes First
6. Look at Large Expenses for the Long Term
7. Changing Your Spending Habits
8. A Guide to Getting Out of Debt
9. Tools for a Frugal Life
His list of resources includes these terrific blogs:
Get Rich Slowly – Leo’s favorite blog about personal finances and frugality.
The Simple Dollar – All about frugality, simplicity, and common sense.
Wisebread – Relies on a group of excellent writers to cover a wide range of financial topics focusing on living large on a small budget.
Unclutterer – Packed with articles on living a simple, uncluttered lifestyle.