I am The Shopping Nazi
I am the oldest son of parents that grew up in The Great Depression. My father was the middle child of a railroad worker. My mother was one of 10 children.
I have gone through life with little to show for my efforts. Now that I am older and with a family; they look to me for their daily needs. I want to have something there for them after I am gone.
A few years ago, my wife and I went through some real hard times. We had to file for bankruptcy. Then a few months later, we left our home and moved into an apartment, because of a foreclosure. These experiences really got me thinking about how we spend our money
I do not want to settle to a lifestyle where I live from paycheck to paycheck. I am a realist in that I know it is not how much I make; it is what I do with that money after I made it. This is where the difference between a comfortable lifestyle and struggling is made.
Years ago, back when I was a buyer for a non-profit, I was nicknamed, “The Shopping Nazi”, because I would not spend money on anything that was not needed. Then when I would buy something, I would get it for the best possible price at the best possible quality.
Today, I have taken that same fanatical approach to family and business finances. We compare prices, compare quality, and read what reviewers are saying. Then we put them together in what we like to call a Recon. These recons is only one way whereby we help you save money one product at a time.
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