Fatten your Wallet with Fat Wallet

by David Bakke

wallet, personal finance, money managerTo me, there are three basic ways that you can improve your personal economy. You can save more money, you can spend less money on the things you spend money on, and you can generate extra money in your life. And by generating extra money, I am referring to things that you can basically do with your free time to make extra cash, not by going out and finding a second job or anything.

There is a website out there that I recently discovered that to be honest with you, I have no idea how I even got by without it before I found it. It has helped me tremendously in all three areas that I mentioned above, and you could probably go so far as to say that I am addicted to it.

It is called Fat Wallet. Maybe you have heard of it, maybe you haven’t. Before I go any further, I want to be clear about something. I am in no way affiliated with Fat Wallet and I am not paid to promote it or anything like that. It has simply had a huge impact on my ability to impact/improve my personal economy.

If you go to their “Hot Deals” section, you can find discounts/great deals on everything from batteries to diapers to electronics to everything else in between. You can find a variety of mail-in rebates there too where you can get a lot of items for next to nothing.

Additionally, if you check out their forums section, you can find advice and “how to” kind of stuff on topics ranging from beneficial credit cards to mortgages to just about anything else dealing with money.

In my opinion, for the smart shopper, Fat Wallet is a must have in your “Favorites” list. I cannot even begin to add up the amount of money that I have saved going through this site. And I really only discovered it maybe eight months ago.

Check it out, if for nothing more than curiosity’s sake. I wouldn’t bet the farm on it, but if you can’t find at least ONE way to save more or spend less or generate extra money, I’d venture to say that you’re just not looking hard enough.

To learn other great ways to solidify your path to financial freedom, stay tuned for my soon-to-be-published book, “Don’t Be A Mule: A Common Sense Approach to Saving More, Spending Less, and Generating Extra Income in Your Everyday Life.”

{ 1 comment }

1 Laura Pagles October 30, 2009 at 5:14 pm

Excellent post – not that I’m biased or anything. But welcome to the site; I’m really glad it’s made life simpler.

Thanks for the mention,

Laura Pagles

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