In the current economic climate frugality is cool again. But there is really something deeper at work here. Even if the economic recovery were to come to pass this very moment, the earth can’t afford the kind of wasteful rampage that has been the popular lifestyle of choice in the developed world over the last several decades. The ‘frugal abundance advocated in this blog is the solution.

If you are scared to death because you just got laid off, or your house is in danger, you will find practical advice. If you are on solid ground but just have a bad feeling about the excesses of the past, you will find inspiration on these pages.The Frugal Goddess gives you the straight info on avoiding wasteful spending and saving money so you can live a happier, freer, more prosperous life.

The Frugal Goddess is written by Annabel Ascher, a resident of Sonoma County California. She has lived a life of economic extremes, from great fortune to sudden poverty. She relearned the secrets of frugal abundance all over again when her circumstances changed in 2007.

In addition to this blog she also writes for the examiner.com as the frugal living reporter for San Francisco. Check it out at   http://www.examiner.com/x-69124-SF-Frugal-Living-Examiner She is also currently at work on a book, The Frugal Goddess Speaks, due out in October 2010.

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6 Responses

  1. I like your blog you can visit mine too 🙂

  2. Great site Annabel, and please keep getting the message out there that frugility delivers a freedom of sorts, and is a fine companion to the environment.

  3. I really enjoy your blog. The tips are great and I love your writing style. Keep up the great work!!

  4. Thank you for the sanity of your message and the for promoting a lifestyle change. So needed!

  5. Great blog. Glad to know all us frugalistas are cool again!

  6. What a fabulous site. Keep it up. Great message you’re blogging for

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