We are already familiar with Kerry Taylor’s work. We know her the creative and talented writer and photographer behind Squawkfox.com. She has now hit the big leagues with her new book, which has already garnered rave reviews and briefly made it to the Amazon.ca best seller list.
The book’s title says it all: it features an impressively long collection of tips to save money. Just pick a topic such as “Home Maintenance” and dive straight in for ideas on saving some cash. Kerry shows not only how to save money but also how much savings each tip can potentially generate. It is a timely addition to the genre, especially at a time when North Americans are turning their backs on their spend thrift ways.
The paperback book, published by Harper Collins Canada, is priced frugally at $14.99 but is available even cheaper at online bookstores. An excerpt is available on the Squawkfox website.
Four Pillars said it is “a great reference” and “a really good book”.
Jon Chevreau called it “The Guerrilla Frugality Bible”.
Million Dollar Journey thought the book contained “ideas that anyone can easily use to keep more cash in their pockets”.
Preet reviewed the book favourably and linked to other reviews.
Larry MacDonald chimed in with a 398th way to save money.