Meet Jordan Page, a tireless mom of eight — including newborn twins. In between keeping her house running and her kids productively occupied and out of trouble, Page has built up a strong community of online followers with two separate and equally popular personal finance sites. As these communities will attest, she’s all about keeping your finances real, easy and fun!
In BudgetBootcamp, readers are invited to join a financial improvement program for just $149. The program is customizable to all life stages and circumstances, and includes 27 how-to videos, 15 workouts for your wallet, loads of budgeting tips and financial advice from Page, along with the strong community support of hundreds of thousands of families who’ve already worked through the program.
Participants will learn how to stop fighting about money, create a custom financial fitness program that actually works, slash your grocery bill in half and so much more! Page promises full satisfaction or your money back, so there’s nothing to lose by trying out Budget Boot Camp — except debt and stress over money. You can also try out the program by signing up for a 90-day Budget for Beginners Boot Camp for free.
Page’s other site, FunCheapOrFree.com, contains loads of completely free financial advice and tips, all written in an engaging and easy-to-read style that makes saving money fun. Read up on painless ways to trim your spending, budget-friendly recipe ideas, how you can save more by choosing to DIY on everything from washing your car to gift-giving, motivational messages to keep you inspired and so much more.
Page can be followed on Twitter at @budgetbootcamp and @funcheaporfree, and on Facebook.
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