It seems like an uphill battle most of the time. You try cutting costs on gas, on food, on entertainment and yet you’re still finding it harder and harder to pay the bills. It seems like you’re getting less service for more money but nobody is making it any easier to make more money. It’s like quicksand; the more you struggle the deeper you seem to sink.
Of course you’ve tried everything. We all have. Getting a new job with higher pay seems like a great idea at first until you realize that you’re now in a higher tax bracket and are making less then you were originally. Getting a more fuel efficient car seems like a great idea too but then the cost of gas keeps rising so you’re still in the same predicament you were. You try to save money on groceries but, of course, the price of food is going up everyday because shipping is more expensive thanks to the gas hike. It seems like no matter what you try, no matter how much you work, you always end up back at the kitchen table staring at a stack of Past Due statements.
And it’s not just you, is it? Your friends, your family, even people you’ve just met are feeling the same pinch. It seems to be a planet wide epidemic. The news doesn’t mention it though, or the newspapers for that matter, they’re all too busy reporting on Paris Hilton or some other celebrity who has never known what it’s like to go without a meal. It seems like everything is falling apart and the system that is supposed to help you does nothing but treat you like a resource. You feel tired and used and all you want to do is stop thinking about money for just a little while. I know, because I want that too.
Yes, things are bad. In fact, they’re getting worse. I’m not trying to depress you, I’m simply being honest with you. Money is worth less everyday and costs are going up. But, despite all of that, there IS a bright side. There is a silver lining. People, when put under enough pressure, are amazingly intelligent. The human mind is endlessly inventive and there are a lot of people out there who have figured out ways to save money and stop worrying. Now, all you have to do is listen to what they have to say.
The “Living on A Dime” E-book collection is exactly what you’re looking for. It’s a entire set of books that share tips and tricks on how to save money on your bills, save money on your groceries, and put some of that money back into your pocket. These books cover everything from Money Management tips to going on a Debt Free Holiday (which we both know you could use). Best of all, you don’t have to buy these books separately. You can buy them all at once for a fraction of what you would normally pay for them individually.
Getting excited? I was. In fact, I thought that the original price of $75 was absolutely fair (I’ve been in debt for a long time) but when I saw the $35 sale I was completely hooked. I’ve blown more than $35 on Internet Make Money Schemes, Envelope stuffing programs, or even just drinking my sorrows away. For $35 I couldn’t turn down the chance to hear some good advice from people who have been around longer than I have. People who want to save me money. People who know what its like to feel the pinch of a society that thinks of me as a bank account and nothing more.