Title: Queen of Common Cents: 1001 Tips and Tricks to Save Time and Money
Author: Michelle Snow
Paperback: 136 pages
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. (January 8, 2012)
Reviewed by : Sheila
Be it in the kitchen, laundry room, bathroom, out in the garden or on vacation,bestselling author Michelle Snow, will help you save time, money and resources by teaching you everyday money and time saving tips and facts
that work! This is a must-have book for every person who wants to make
their life a little easier and their pocket book a little fatter!
Have you ever read one of those books with few pages(125 in this case), but the content within is very powerful? Well, Queen of Common Cents: 1001 Tips and Tricks To Save Time and Money is one of those books! There really are 1001 ideas to make you save lots of money and I feel,also help with organization. As a full-time, working single mom,I am always looking for ways to manage my home. If I can do it easier, faster and more inexpensively, then I feel great! This little manual (that’s what I am calling it) is going to stay front and center in my home. It is like a quick reference guide to all aspects of your life. Here are just some of the chapters that are included in this book:-Saving on Clothing-Saving on Groceries-Gardening Tips
-Making Old Things New Again through Recycling
-Saving on Household Expenses
-Entertainment, Dates, and Vacations for Dollars a Day
-Cleaning and Hygiene Tips
As you can see, their are a wide variety of topics and I have only listed about 1/3 of them.Another thing I loved about this book are the recipes included,
especially for “Quick Mixes” for things like pancakes, brownies and
Onion Soup to name a few.
So, If you are looking for practical advice that will change your life for the better, you will love this book.Do yourself a favor and purchase Queen of Common Cents…it only makes “Cents” to do it!
***I was given a review copy of this book from the publisher Cedar Fort. In no way did this influence the honest review that was given.***
About the Author:
Michelle has published 3 books and over 25 articles (in peer reviewed
professional and scientific journals) and has presented her public
health research at national and international conferences.
Michelle and her family reside in Utah. They are kept company by their dog, Lady Isabella of Bromfield, four pet chickens, Hog Mama, Gertie, Argee, and
Puffy Cheeks, and two cats, Senorita Peachalina Gato and Archimedes.