Money Secrets Of The Amish

Money Secrets Of The Amish

Finding True Abundance In Simplicity, Sharing, And Saving

eBook - 2011
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Take one thoroughly modern gal with a recessionary income problem, mix with the practices of a culture that has proved to be recession-proof, and what have you got?A financial planner in a straw hat. When writer Lorilee Craker learned that the Amish are not just surviving but thriving in the economic downturn, she decided to find out why. What she found was about a dozen tried and true financial habits the Amish have employed for generations that will make your cash last longer and help you build wealth. Craker provides tips to... - use it up, wear it out, make do, or do without - rethink your gift giving - repurpose, recycle, and reuse - eat like royalty for a peasant's pittance
Publisher: Made available through hoopla
[United States]:, Thomas Nelson ,, 2011
ISBN: 9781595554017
1595554017
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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IV27HUjg
Jun 30, 2015

I can think of countless people that could do with this read. Common sense is not common. Thankfully people of the 1930's Depression era taught how to live by these principals. Unfortunately few pass this on to their children or anyone else, nor is it fashionable to be thrifty. Jeans that cost $100 +? So important to keep up with the trends.

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shesquilting
Jun 27, 2014

a good read for anyone concerned about money in todays word. Too often we throw it out and get a new one- when really we should Use it up, wear it out or make do.

mmg2681 Feb 02, 2014

This book is pretty much common sense but definitely worth reading to "brush up" on what may have been forgotten. It was also nice to learn more about the Amish.

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Jennmro
Aug 16, 2012

Easy read, but none of these money saving tips seemed much like secrets. I suppose I was hoping for a more revelatory experience, and while all the advice in this book was good, it felt more like common sense.

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