5 Credit Crunching Tips As We Slip Into A Double Dip Recession.

Nestor says 'It's a hidden gem.'

5 star rating from BBC London broadcaster Eddie Nestor.

Meet Winsome ‘Lyrical Healer’ Duncan the Credit Crunch Queen!

An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch is a simple road map to making something out of nothing, throughout your daily lives. You will learn how to maneuver during the credit crunch.

Winsome captures her life experiences, which have assisted her to make savvy, cost cutting savings while still managing to put food on the table. Her fresh mixture of non-traditional methods and common sense tips is clearly demonstrated throughout this book.

Winsome portrays inventive ways of how to survive turbulent times during the harsh terrain that is the recession. Packed with more than 100 tips and suggestions this book offers the reader an opportunity to think concisely about making their money stretch further.

“A mix of psychology and good old common sense.” – Barbara Campbell – Barbwire Enterprise

“It’s a hidden gem.” – BBC London broadcaster Eddie Nestor.

More thatn 100 tips for cost-effective living.

More than 100 tips for cost-effective living.

5 Credit Crunching Tips As We Slip Into A Double Dip Recession.

1. Lose the Leaky Money Mentality

What is wrong with people who feel compelled to spend their last penny? What happiness can derive from seeing zeros in their bank account? The leaky money mentality is paralysing the world and if you do not seek drastic change consider yourself to always be in the red.

2. Half a Cup of Tea Please

 My adopted granny gave me another wonderful tip when drinking tea. Did you know you can make tea twice with one bag? Simply use the bag twice before adding milk.

3. Say No to Viruses

Consider this, a variety of local government authorities store highly sensitive information within their technology networks. This means they have extensive anti-virus software licenses for multiple computers, which can extend to cover staff computers at home. You can call it the perks of the job. Contact your IT support today and confirm if this offer can extend to you.

4. Dress for success

This is a fantastic charity that supports women worldwide who have been unemployed for a lengthy amount of time. You can only attend Dress For Success based on a referral, for more information visit: http://www.dressforsuccess.org.

5 A Wise Voicemail Tells a Cost-Saving Message

 I also owned a pay-as-you-go phone that offered free voicemail all year round. The light bulb went off in my head, and in a flash I

diverted my contract calls to transfer to my business number with free voicemail and collect all of my messages. It saves me approximately 45 talk time minutes per month, which is a huge difference in air time saving.

Preview before you buy on Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Inner-Surviving-Credit-Crunch-ebook/dp/B005U6ZC48/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1321451190&sr=8-1#reader_B005U6ZC48

Meet the author:

Book Synopsis: An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch

More Than 100 Tips For Cost-Effective Living.

Meet the author Winsome 'Lyrical Healer' Duncan.

Meet the author Winsome 'Lyrical Healer' Duncan.

An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch is jam packed with more than 100 suggestions on how to make your money go further for financial and spiritual survival. This guide is overloaded with fabulous non-traditional and common sense tips during the credit crunch crisis.

This is a handy practical pocket book to cost-effective living. It is a humorous and quirky look at how a South London woman survives in her daily urban environment by making something out of nothing.

Readers will benefit from:
* Saving money.
* Financial suggestions.
* Gaining discernment and wisdom.

Chapters from `An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch’ include:

1. Making Money While You Sleep.
2. Free Tools For Your Business.
3. Poverty Consciousness.
4. Become A Calculator Whiz.
5. Make Restaurants Work For You.

These tips provide a bountiful source of information that will assist people who would like a variety of ideas on saving money, stored in one location. There is a special budget BONUS chapter for the bewildered who are financially illiterate.

An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch is an honest account of how to make it through the harsh, drought seasons of life. Once you expand your mind to the possibilities of life, you will extend your vision by landscapes. Knowledge is power.

To find out more about your author Winsome `Lyrical Healer’ Duncan visit: lyricalhealer.co.uk.

Purchase TODAY BBC London 5 star rated book ‘An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch’ and start saving money now: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Inner-Guide-Surviving-Credit-Crunch/dp/0955489016/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1321454910&sr=8-1

Remember you are stronger than the credit crunch!

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3 thoughts on “5 Credit Crunching Tips As We Slip Into A Double Dip Recession.

  1. lyricalhealer on said:

    I invite you all to share your thoughts with you on this post.

    Do you have some money saving tips that you would like to share?

    I would like to hear from you.

    Thanks, Winsome Duncan.

  2. Christine on said:

    Maybe not a money saving tip, but just a useful tip: Don’t throw away old toothbrushes – use them to clean around the bathroom taps. Use a separate old toothbrush to clean the hard to reach areas down inside the toilet.

    • lyricalhealer on said:

      Dear Christine,

      Any tips that help recycle and save is all good for me. I will do a second edition of the book and would of course include it.

      This is how I get by.

      Thanks for the comment.

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