Money Saving Wednesday…Finding Free or Cheap Books

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2 Responses to “Money Saving Wednesday…Finding Free or Cheap Books”

  1. Julie says:

    Don’t forget thrift stores, used book stores (online, too), and yard sales. All are great book resources. I guess I’m old fashioned, but I rather have the real thing stuffed in my purse than the electronic version any day.

  2. LizzyP says:

    I found it interesting, upon re-reading Marvin J. Ashton’s One for the Money recently, that he listed education as a form of “storage”–the resource that you can draw upon for income later! I just love that idea. He encourages us to continue to gain skills and trades that can be useful later.

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