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Nova Scotia Guide to Frugal Living

How to save money and live well!

by Carol McDougall

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list price: $3.99
category: Reference
published: 2009
publisher: Nimbus Publishing

In The Nova Scotia Guide to Frugal Living, Carol McDougall, nicknamed "Frugal McDougall" by friends for her propensity for penny-pinching, offers a wealth of advice for living thriftily in the Bluenose province. Going beyond the common-sense mainstays like clipping coupons or giving up frivolities, McDougall has searched out the best money-saving suggestions for all aspects of daily life, from economical food buying and preparation to travel on the cheap to wallet-conscious gift-giving and philanthropy.

As well, each section of the book is jam-packed with helpful tips, local bargain-hunting resources, amusing anecdotes, and accent illustrations. Thorough, accessible, and convenient, The Nova Scotia Guide to Fugal Living is a must-read for anyone interested in cutting back without cutting corners.

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Carol McDougall

Carol McDougall was born in Northern Ontario and has been active in the Nova Scotia writing community for many years. In 2005 she was awarded the Mayor’s Award for cultural achievement in literature and in 2010 she received the Progress Woman of Excellence Award for the Arts. Carol’s work includes writing for children, non-fiction, and fiction. In 2013 Carol received the Beacon Award for Social Justice Literature for Wake the Stone Man, a novel about friendship and forgiveness, which was inspired by her northern roots.

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