"Practical and relevant, no matter what a familys situation... women of any or no faith tradition could find it helpful." -- Publisher's Weekly, Sept 4, 2001
Jonni McCoy, author of Miserly Moms holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Prior to motherhood, she spent ten years as a senior buyer and supervisor for electronics firms such as Apple Computer and National Semiconductor. She presents seminars on living for less to women's groups and other conferences. She has been practicing her frugal ways since 1991.
Jonni has appeared on the Gayle King Show and The 700 Club, and radio programs such as Family Life Today and the Dick Staub Show. She has also been featured in Good Housekeeping and Woman's Day magazines. Jonni and her husband, Beau, make their home in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where they homeschool their children.
I checked this book out from the library and don't plan on buying it for my home library. This book would be more helpful to an urban, younger woman just starting to save money. Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2003
I am so surprised this book has some bad review. I think it's a very good book. I love the section on all natural cleaners. Read morePublished on Nov. 24 2002
If you arent used to taking your clothes to the dry cleaners for cleaning, and eating expensive foods, this book will offer little that you dont already know.Published on Sept. 21 2002
As a new "stay at home mom" I purchased this book to find ideas on how to step down from a two-income family to just a one-income family. Read morePublished on July 19 2002 by "jennisbooks"
Honestly, when I purchased this book, I thought I would be given better and more original advice than "shop at Goodwill and Salvation Army. Read morePublished on March 27 2002 by Alicia B. Taylor