The Ultimate Cheapskate, Jeff Yeager, Tonight on Blog Talk Radio!
Jeff Yeager, The Ultimate Cheapskate, is no stranger to the media. His advice for saving and spending less has graced the pages of The New York Times,
Yes, Jeff wants you to spend less, live more, and give of yourself. He also wants us to understand the heart behind his message, one that was grown from a love of helping others and 24 years of working as a CEO and senior executive with national nonprofit organizations in
So what does Jeff want you to know? You’ll hear it all tonight on Wise Bread’s Living Large on a Small Budget show, airing live at 8pm CST. We’ll get the scoop on all the new projects Jeff is working on (like a new book) and important, basic money-saving strategies like:
- The dollar per pound price you should stay below for purchasing healthy, frugal foods
- What Jeff really thinks of David Bach’s The Latte Factor
- How smaller living spaces can actually be more freeing than large ones
- What positive effects the economy may bring to the country – and the world
While Jeff keeps things PG with us in our exclusive interview, those that are familiar with Jeff know that he can get a bit spicy with his advice (which basically means, he can keep frugality fun and exciting.) We couldn’t have been more thrilled with the passion and purpose Jeff brings to our listeners tonight, so I hope you’ll join us!
To learn more about one of the most respected experts on cheap living (and a guy who declared me an official sister of the cheaphood), visit his website at www.ultimatecheapskate.com or check out his book The Ultimate Cheapskate's Road Map to True Riches. You can also read some of Jeff’s posts here at Wise Bread on his blog.
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