Financial Health

Available in paperback and digital format at Amazon.com

“There are many dire books on life in retirement and there are even more dreadfully dire books on how to save money . . . There are only a few books on living happily on less and this is a good one.” Amazon UK reader review of Live Happily on Less

As the author of Live Happily on Less, I devote Fridays to money related articles, designed to improve your life and lifestyle, regardless of how much you make.

The Simple Life: It Hasn’t Changed — Guest post at Nourishing Joy

Economic Relief

Save Money: Shop Like a Man

Read the Article — Not Just the Title

Just Say No to the Medico?

Increasing Taxes — Can We Just Say No?

Alternative Lifestyle Challenges

Are You Poor?

America: What Is the New Normal?

Food Stamps and Finances

What Is It That You Want, Blanche? Guest post at Nourishing Joy

Are You Too Ordinary to Make a Difference?

Support Everyday Americans When You Support Small Business

Feeling like  a Rich Person on a Normal Budget

Living Large at a Bargain Price — book review of Live Happily on Less at Family How

Live Like a Rich Person with What You’ve Got – Guest post at Nourishing Joy

Affordable Back to School Shopping

Save $45, Instantly

Who Wants to be a Millionaire? All of Us

“We Can’t Live on What We’ve Got”

Grocery Store Tip: Question the Bananas

How Little Money Can You Live on?

Garden Produce: To Can or Not to Can

You Can Be Successful without Owning Goats

Is There a Secret to Saving Money? Guest post at Rolling Out Dough

Have something that you want me to write about? Let me know in the comment section below, or contact me directly at Carolyn@SteveHendersonFineArt.com.

3 Responses to “Financial Health”

  1. Phil Kendall says:

    Add: eat from smaller plates…you put less on it…you eat less of it…

    This book is a must read.

    • The smaller plates idea is a great one, Phil — one of those, “I can’t believe this would actually work” ideas. Tired of Being Youngest is a culinary student, and she “Plates Up” our food, taking a small amount of actual food and presenting it in such a way that you feel like you’re eating more.

      Thank you for the book recommendation — I truly believe that people can turn their financial lives around, and my book gets them to ask the questions and find the answers that work.

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