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Living Cheaply with Style: Live Better and Spend Less

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  6 reviews
This fun and practical guide offers a huge variety of tips on living for less "with grace, humor, (and) imagination."The author covers a wide range of topics including food, housing, transportation, clothes, and entertainment.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published February 1st 1993 by Ronin Publishing (CA) (first published 1972)
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Holly McIntyre
This is a great book! It has everything one needs to think about when striving to live frugally all wrapped up in one well-written and pleasingly designed package.

However, the 1992 edition which I read is somewhat quaintly antiquated -- no discussion of the internet, or freecycle, or craigslist. Nevertheless, the principles remain sound -- we just don't have to depend on bulletin boards in laundromats anymore.

This is a great place for the aspiring frugilista to begin or an excellent summary for
I read this book way back in the early 70s, when I was a "starving (college) student." It was full of great advice for getting by in life on almost nothing .... which was what I needed to do at that time. I still have my battered paperback copy, complete with the taped-together spine and my notes and underlining. Reading it now is a real trip back in time .... a great reminder of my "hippie days." Of course, most of the information is quite dated, but some of the basic concepts still apply today ...more
Now that some fell beast slouches proudly again toward Wall Street, this book could come in mighty handily. For those who like (and deserve to be) living the good life but are turning down at the pocket.Sure prices have jumped in the years intervening its publication, inflation and all, but the advice with in is as good as gold. Now I just need to hook myself up with a new copy! Highly recommended.
May 07, 2009 Jim rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: My family and friends
Shelves: reference
I was a bagboy at the prestious Lunds Food Mart in Edina in my senior year of HS. There was this box of books and this one caught my fancy. After reading about how hard it would be to 'Live Poor with Style' I thought continuing school would be a lot easier. :o)
This has a few interesting ideas about saving money, but it's mostly stuff you already know.
Bought this back in my student-hippie days. Reminder of a certain time and place....
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