A Fun Personal Finance Book. By Wise Bread the #1 personal finance blog. Secrets to living the good life without breaking the bank. Fun and actionable tips based on the personal experiences of our writers. Reviews For The Book.
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“This book is just what we need right now: a reminder that tough economic times don’t mean we have to stop living well, just that we need to indulge more creatively.”
Kimberly Palmer, Senior Editor of U.S. News & World Report
“Wise Bread has something for just about everyone, from world travelers to stay-at-home parents.”
Donna Freedman MSN Money
“A treasure-trove of innovative, practical ideas for saving money without sacrificing the joy in life. What perfect timing for this dough-saving advice.”
Jeff Yeager, Author of The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Road Map to True Riches
Featuring guest contributions from of the top names in blogging and personal finance.
Sharon Harvey Rosenberg
The Digerati Life
David DeFranza, Discovery Channel Producer
Myscha Theriault, Food & Wine Critic
Andrea Dickson, Technical Writer
Margaret Garcia-Couoh, Professor
Xin Lu, Software Engineer
Nora Dunn, Professional Hobo
Julie Rains, Career Counselor
Carrie Kirby, Reporter
Paul Michael, Advertising Copywriter
Sarah Winfrey, University Administrator
What kind of tips can you expect from the book?
Find out how at www.wisebread.com/money-saving-book/free-gift/
One of the best Web sites to help you scrimp through the recession. Slate Magazine
One of the best friends of the unemployed. PC World
Top 100 most useful Web sites.
CNBC On the Money’s Sites of the Day
“With the Dow below 7,000 right now, there may be a growing audience for Wise Bread’s ‘Cornmeal: Fresh Ideas for a Frugal Family Staple’ and its tips on removing car dents with a cigarette lighter, aluminum foil and an air duster.” New York Times
Bay News 9 featured one of our bloggers, Myscha Theriault in a piece titled “Bay area finance blogger attracting national attention”
KCAL9 news featured Wise Bread as one of the Top Five personal finance destinations on the web.
TIME magazine featured our blog and blogger, Linsey Knerl in a recent issue.
Member of Wal-Mart’s Elevenmoms team.
Syndicates content to MSN Money’s Smart Spending Blog.
Upcoming content syndication deals with Consumer Reports, Hearst, and Macmillan.
Cobranding discussions with Bankrate.com.
Founder of Money Tips Network, featuring 8 of the top 15 personal finance blogs.
Member of the LifeRemix network which features members such as New York Times best-selling author Tim Ferriss.Wise Bread Relationships
About.com Guide to Online Business
Rhythm & Hues, Academy award-winning media company
Speaker at Blog World Expo ’08
Lynn Truong (sales & blogger relations)
CBS/King World Productions
Speaker at BlogHer ’08 & Blog World Expo ‘08
Will Chen (marketing & seo expert)
Top 20 Digg contributor
Attorney: Analyzed media plans for Dannon, Mattel and Genentech
Quoted in Forbes, USA Today, Nielsen’s Media, Mastercard Small Business, and moreWise Bread Founders
Three high school friends got together at the end of 2006 to discuss financial matters. Blogs were on the rise, but there weren’t many great, relatable personal finance blogs. So we decided to pull our resources and expertise together to create one.