Practical and no-nonsense advice for surviving the credit crunch and beyond
Worried about how you'll be able to afford all the things you love in the midst of the credit crisis?
With almost twice as many people aged 18-24 as stressed by their financial situation as those aged over 55, and a third of 18-30 year olds cutting back on going out due to limited funds, THE LAZY GIRL'S GUIDE TO THE HIGH LIFE ON A BUDGET is an essential survival guide to living it up without losing the plot. It s about making sense of the credit crunch, dealing with your debts and learning to be thrifty, all so you can live your life as glamorously as you want.
Full of tips on how to do everything from the frivolous - shop smartly and be supermarket savvy - to the serious - downshift and bounce back from redundancy - it s the most prudent buy of the season.
If the credit crunch is having an adverse effect on your purse, this is the book for you. Packed with money-saving tips, it will help you control spending on clothes, holidays and your social life - without compromising having a good time! - STAR MAGAZINE
you will find some great, down-to-earth, no-nonsense money advice that steers clear of the usual credit-crunch jargon . . . I found this book fantastic in both the advice it gives and the reassurance that I am not alone - WOMEN'S FITNESS
This A-Z crunch survival guide is a must! - EASY HEALTH
Anita Naik is a freelance journalist who has written for magazines including GLAMOUR and RED. She was the agony aunt on JUST 17 and the health columnist on CLOSER magazine. She is currently an editor on the Dove Campaign For Real Beauty website, writing about self-esteem issues for teenage girls and their mothers.