365 Ways To Live Cheap! Your Everyday Guide To Saving Money

by Trent Hamm | Education |
ISBN: 144052615X Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingfurballwing of Alexandria, Virginia USA on 1/21/2013
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Journal Entry 1 by wingfurballwing from Alexandria, Virginia USA on Monday, January 21, 2013
I suspect my sister picked this up at the dollar store. :-) As it so happens, I'm already doing most of the tips, especially the common sense ones, but it may be helpful to others.

Journal Entry 2 by wingfurballwing at Rockville, Maryland USA on Saturday, January 26, 2013

Released 6 yrs ago (1/26/2013 UTC) at Rockville, Maryland USA


Bringing to the BCinDC meeting at Noodles in Rockville.

Journal Entry 3 by wingmelydiawing at Centreville, Virginia USA on Sunday, January 27, 2013
Picked this up at the BCinDC meetup today. Thinking about giving it to a friend of mine. If not, then I'll bring it to the next book festival.

Journal Entry 4 by RubyLadyBug at Sharpsburg, West Virginia USA on Sunday, April 21, 2013
I got this book Easter weekend when a group of us got together to log landmarks at Antietam Battlefield and the surrounding area. We got a couple of laughs at some of the suggestions and I realized that I am already cheap! Many of the suggestions in the book I have been doing for years. (And some things are totally "Duh!")

I'm sending this book along for someone else to find.

Released 6 yrs ago (4/21/2013 UTC) at Day of the Book (street festival) on Howard Avenue in Kensington, Maryland USA


Releasing this book today at the BookCrossing booth at the Day of the Book Festival.


Welcome to Old Town Kensington's Celebration
of the International Day of the Book.

April twenty-third (the festival is on the nearest Sunday) is a symbolic day in world literature. Declared as International Day of the Book by UNESCO in 1995, this celebration of books and literature draws its inspiration from a Catalan tradition, the Festival of the Rose.

Legend has it that Saint George, Patron Saint of Catalonia (Spain) and international knight-errant, slew a dragon about to devour a beautiful Catalan princess. From the dragon's blood sprouted a rosebush, from which the hero plucked the prettiest rose for the princess. Hence the traditional Rose Festival celebrated in Barcelona since the Middle Ages to honor chivalry and love. In 1923, this lover's "festa" became even more poetic when it merged with "el dia del llibre", or The Day of the Book, to mark the nearly simultaneous deaths of Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare, the two giants of literary history, on April 23, 1616.

On this day in Barcelona, bookstalls and street festivities run the length of the picturesque La Rambla, the old city's main boulevard and, according to the Spanish author Garcia Lorca, "the only street in the world which I wish would never end".

The Pauli Bellet Foundation Catalan Library, the Town of Kensington, and all our sponsors, invite you to celebrate this wonderful day on Howard Ave, our "La Rambla".


Please enjoy this book for as long as you like and then pass it along to someone else to enjoy. We love journal entries some come back here often to check in and let us know how the book as doing.


Journal Entry 6 by tlhwin at Kensington, Maryland USA on Tuesday, April 30, 2013
From what I have read, there are some very interesting "other ways" of doing things :)

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