What if you had a loved one who struggled to pay the bills? What could you buy them that would be useful, gift-worthy and above all, bring a smile to their face?
Serina Bird is the author of The Joyful Frugalista, to be released by Murdoch Books in February 2019. She believes that every dollar counts, and blogs about her money savings journey at msfrugalears.com
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