Save thousands by doing it yourself with the new book 'Be Thrifty'
In more cases than you can count, from fixing your car to hemming a skirt, you can salvage your savings by not hiring people or buying new things. Suntree and Catton converged from their respective cities to visit WalletPop's studios, demonstrate a few of their favorite tips, and dish about one of the most controversial aspects of the book.
The new book
For more on the topic of frugality, check out our recent interview with Lauren Weber, who wrote In Cheap We Trust. She wrote the back cover blurb for Be Thrifty, telling us "it's about living a happier, healthier, greener life."
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