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victim of identity theft or scammers. If something sounds too good to be true... it probably is!

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LIBRARY LINKS
There are so many sites in our personal collections that will take months to list
all of the many Facebook pages that relate to money matters. Please be patient
as more will be added in time.
Here are just a few of the frugal living / couponing types of books in my
collection. The top photo is "Cut Your Spending in Half" by Rodale
Press that I just bought after screening the book from a loan from the
SearchOhio Interlibrary loan program.

Although I have read each of these titles from the library collection(s), I
have purchased them for my own library and each has paid for itself
many times over from the awesome tips and tricks.

Stay tuned to the Men On A Budget Network for more titles coming
soon. We will be adding titles relating to healthier eating and cooking.
Check with your local library system(s) to find what they offer in terms of digital collections. Our
local libraries are connected with services like OverDrive, Hoopla (music and streaming movies),
Zinio (online magazines) and access to various system collections through services like OhioLink
and SearchOhio. If you have not been on your local library sites lately, check them out. Ohio
residents are able to get membership to many Ohio system collections, qualifying only by being an
Ohio resident. Although I am part of the Cuyahoga County Public Library System, I also have
access to Medina County, Cleveland Public Library, and Akron-Summit Library Systems. Surely
other states have their own affiliations and digital collections to check out.

In other news I have connected my Kindle (book reader) through Amazon to local libraries so that I
can see if the material that I am interested in can be obtained free from linked libraries with ebooks
or paper books.

I highly recommend Zinio and Hoopla subscription through the library systems if available.

Nothing says frugal like FREE!!!