The Cheapskate's Guide

A Guide to living large on a tiny Budget

These days, making ends meet can be a real challenge. Making ends meet and achieving big goals is even more challenging. I’m talking about goals like paying off your mortgage, being debt-free, traveling the world, retiring early, getting well-prepped, and/or putting your kids through college without loans. All while living on the same budget as your neighbors who have 2 car payments, a house payment, student loans, and 17 credit cards that are maxed out. The big goals you have may differ from the ones I mentioned above, but the strategies to reach them will be the same. It’s all about embracing hardcore frugality. And in my book, The Cheapskate’s Guide to Living Large on a Tiny Budget, I’ll explain how.

Here's why you need to buy this nearly 400-page PDF right now.

I have good news and I have bad news.

The good news is that a publishing company contacted me to purchase this manuscript.

The bad news is that, due to a contract, I cannot sell or distribute this book in any way after this weekend.

So, if you want to start changing your financial life RIGHT-FREAKING-NOW, you need to get your PDF today.


What's the Cheapskate's Guide all about?

This is a book that I’ve been working on for years. Usually, I write books quickly and efficiently but this one has so much of my life in it that it’s been a work in progress since even before I started my website.

The subject matter is dear to my heart because it’s how I raised two girls as a single mom with a low income. It’s about how I put them both through college without student loans when I made less than $25,000 a year throughout part of that time. It’s about how we had fun, went on vacations, and celebrated every holiday, including some that we made up.

It’s not an autobiography, but instead, hundreds of ideas to help you live a life full of joy without spending a lot of money and some personal stories are thrown in for good measure. It’s about how to get those debts paid off and how to avoid getting into the hole again. It’s about teaching your children about money. It’s about having fun for free. It’s about spending wisely, getting the best deals when you do shop, and making delicious food on a dime.

It’s not about becoming a miser who has no fun. It’s not about being unhappy, jealous of others, or miserable whenever you spend money.

It’s about being in control of it all. Your money. Your life. Your level of debt. It’s really about freedom and fun when it boils right down to it.

I honestly think this is the most important thing I’ve ever written.

Get your copy of The Cheapskate's Guide

Learn how to live large on a tiny budget. This almost-400 page PDF book of fabulous frugality is available for only $6 and after this weekend, you won’t be able to buy it until sometime in the middle of 2020.

I hope you love reading it as much as I loved writing it.

About Author

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, gun-toting blogger who writes about current events, preparedness, frugality, voluntaryism, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, 

She is widely republished across alternative media and she curates all the most important news links on her aggregate site,

Daisy is the best-selling author of 4 books and runs a small digital publishing company that focuses on preparedness and survival.  She lives in the mountains of Virginia with her family. 

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