by Mike Cuthbert, May 25, 2010
If the thought of purchasing boxed wine makes you cringe, you’d be surprised to know that the taste won’t…if money is a factor. Jeff Yeager, author of a series of “Ultimate Cheapskate” books, to help individuals live better lives by spending and consuming less, says that boxed wine may seem cheap, but cheap is the new cool.
In his latest book, “The Cheapskate Next Door,” Yeager outlines how to live happily below your means, while also encompassing stories from other fellow cheapskates.
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