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Video interview w/Amy Dacyczyn of The Tightwad Gazette

December 29th, 2011 at 01:07 pm

Hey boys and girls - I just ran across this interview and enjoyed remembering how excited I was when I first ran across this woman and her writings. What a nice gift to get a glimpse of her in person and to see inside her lovely home...every time I tried to forget my way? She sparked my Frugalicious Gene (TM) back into action!!


http://www.savvyhousekeeping.com/interview-with-amy-dacycz...
Video interview with Amy Dacyczyn of The Tightwad Gazette

8 Responses to “Video interview w/Amy Dacyczyn of The Tightwad Gazette”

  1. PauletteGoddard Says:

    Thanks for this! Good to see you posting again!

  2. CB in the City Says:

    Amy was my introduction into the happy, frugal life. In fact, she literally changed my life by helping me to change my outlook. I wish she were still publishing, but I respect her decision that she has said all she has to say.

  3. Jenn Says:

    Thank you for this! I've looked before for interviews with her and not found them. Her books changed my life for the better. After checking the 3 out from the library numerous times, I bought the big one.

  4. patientsaver Says:

    Makes me want to dig out her book and read it all over again. I was so sad she didn't continue the newsletter; in fact, I think they had stopped it before I discovered her. I think, after so much practice, i could write my own Tightwad Gazette!

  5. EarlyRetirementJoy Says:

    I actually did read this book again recently, for the third time I believe. I first read it shortly after it came out in the early 90's, and it helped me make the connection between my recreational shopping and the life energy it was consuming.

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