A lot of people seem to think that if you want to be frugal, you have to give up all the joyous things in your life and just focus on saving money.
But it doesn’t need to be that way and in The Art of Frugal Hedonism, Annie Raser-Rowland, explains how you can learn to save money and still live hedonistically.
That way you get all the fun you ever wanted and still end up with a lot more money in your pocket when you need it!
About The Art of Frugal Hedonism
Annie Raser-Rowland is, of course, living a frugal life of her own and it’s drawing on her own experiences that led her to write this wonderful book.
She and her husband are in horticulture and permaculture as their careers and they also wrote The Weed Forager’s Handbook (a smash hit amongst the frugal community looking for tasty but free food).
And it is with wit and charm that they exhort you to change your life for the better not because it is meant to make you feel superior but because it is meant to make doing the ethical thing feel good.
Final Thoughts On The Art of Frugal Hedonism
This book is full of practical strategies to improve your life and enjoy living more than you do today, all the while saving money for the unexpected things that may occur tomorrow.
It is written with love and compassion for the reader and it’s clever enough and engaging enough that you’re going to want to put what you learned into action. Don’t miss out on it.
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