Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Being A Happy Cheapskate

Hello Cheap Cheetah Family. You know you can be happy and a Cheapskate . I am happy and cheap and loving my life. Also read Jeff's book The Cheapskate Next door it's funny and very informative.
                                                Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Day!

Friday, August 21, 2015

Back To School Cheap!!

Hello Cheap Cheetah Family. With the coming of the school year. Why should you spend so much money on back to school supplies. Did you know that you only need half the supplies that your children are required to take to school. Did you also know that the supplies that you do need can be gotten cheap? Well we are talking about back to school on the Cheap this Monday at 10:00 am on The Cheap Cheetah Money Show on blogtalkradio (blogtalkradio.com/cheap-cheetah). see you there!

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Good Reading

Hello Cheap Cheetah Family,  as you know one of my past times is reading on the cheap. There is nothing better then to find book that are about finance that I can read  enjoy and then past them on to you . So that you can read and enjoy them to. Well this is one of them that I will be offering to you in the Cheap Cheetah book store. I love to find books that will  bring  you one step closer to being financially free don't you agree?
                                                   Have A Great Cheap Cheetah Day!

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Money In The News

Good Morning Family. This Monday we are talking about Money In The News and have I got some stories for you!! With the presidential elections and all the crazy back talking, With the crazy spending of lotto winners, with the crazy non spending of our government. Wow it's just to much to talk about in so little bit of time but I will try to cover it all.

 So get ready for this fun, crazy and informative Money In The News For August all right here on the Cheap Cheetah Money Show™ www.blogtalkradio.com/cheap-cheetah

Monday, August 10, 2015

Investing with $50

Hello Cheap Cheetah Family. My question to you is can you invest with only 50 buck? I say you can , and I am going to show you how to get the $50 bucks first. Then I am going to show you where to invest it? Then I am going to show you what you need  to do to keep on investing. Sounds good? If you have investment ideas or suggestion s please contact me I would love to hear them. Have a great Cheap Cheetah Day!
all of this will be happening Tuesday Aug 11th at www.blogtalkradio.com/cheap-cheetah.

Visit me at Spirited,Frugal & Free on blogspot  to see how my $50 investment challenge is going

Good News


     Good Morning Cheap Cheetah Family. I have some Great News for you!!!!
I will be informing you on this blog  what the topics will be coming up for feature Cheap Cheetah Money Shows ( www.blogtalkradio.com/cheap-cheetah) I will also be giving you topics on this blog that might not be on the show in regards to  Saving , Making  and Have Fun with Money.

So it goes like this if the subject I am talking about in this blog will be on the Cheap Cheetah Money Show™☺ the topic or subject will be short in length. If the topic I am talking about will not be on the show then it will be longer in length. Get it.

I want to give you more topics that pertain to living a cheapskate lifestyle that I might not talk about on the show but you still need to know about it and this is my platform for telling it to you. Besides my Facebook page of course (Facebook: The Cheap Cheetah Money Show) so that's my breaking news.
                                    Have A Great Cheap Cheetah Week!

Sunday, August 9, 2015

I Love This Show


 I love watching the Old Let's Make A Deal and the reason is the Prices! When I watch this show I get amazed at the prices that food was back then. For example a jar of  sauce  39 cents, a pack of bacon .89 cents, candy .10 cents, can of oysters .43 cents. A pack of bacon on sale now  is  $3-4 a pack. candy is $1.69-$3 depending on what you buy.  A whole living room set and  color TV cost about $1000. back then. A  kitchen set with a garbage compactor thrown in to the mix was about $1000. Let's not talk about car prices a brand new car back then  $2000-$8000. compared to now where a brand new car would cost between $16,000-80,000. A whole kitchen set  now cost more then $1000.  Your luck if you can get a new stove and refrigerator  for that price now. Am I right? If you took 50 bucks back then and went into a grocery store. I bet you would come out with not 1 but 2 bags full of food. I love that era just for the prices that things were selling for.

While watching this show I noticed that  some prizes are no longer offered today. Like puppies. Gas cards for route 66, a free year supply laundry detergent, A gift certificates to  fast food places like Big Boys Burgers and Dairy Queens, trash compactors, mink coats. I also notice that in today's Prices Is Right show we are way less sexist then they were on the old show.
But I can still go for the prices. Give me back in that era prices any day with today’s salary of course.

 I would be rich!

Have a great Cheap Cheetah Day!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

What Being A Frugal/Cheapskate Really Means

                      Being frugal to me means freedom. "The things you own end up owning you."

- Being free from having to acquire, store, and maintain things that don't make you happier and don't make the world a better place
- Being free from the mental distraction, preoccupation, and mental drain of useless things
- Being from the corporations that try to enslave all of us in consumerism to continue their profits
- Being free from the government-backed notion that economic growth and consumer spending are always necessary and good
- Being free from the social culture (the "Joneses") that pressures us into spending on useless things
- Being free from the destructive downward spiral of depleting the Earth's natural resources
- Being free from a consumerist system that leaves some starving while others pamper themselves in luxuries
- Being free from a consumerist system that encourages waste and duplication rather than sharing
- Being free from a system that pressures us into slaving away at jobs we hate to pay for stuff we don't need
- Being free from a system that encourages isolating us from our neighbors
- Being free from a system that encourages greed and self-pleasure rather than giving
- Being free from a system that offers us false choices and false identities at the expense of true creativity and expression

          Basically, it means being free from the Big Lie of our world: "shop, shop, shop and all will be well".

                                          Have a great Cheap Cheetah Day!