Author Stephanie Nelson received her BA degree from St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland and her doctorate from the University of Chicago. She is the author of "God and the Land: the metaphysics of farming in Hesiod's Works and Days and Vergil's Georgics" and of a forthcoming work "Aristophanes' Tragic Muse: comedy, tragedy and the polis in Classical Athens." She is an Assistant Professor of Classics at Boston University.
This book doubles as a user's manual for the author's interactive website on sharing her grocery shopping secrets plus heart-stirring stories from the receiving end of America's food pantries.
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This book, along with her website, has helped me save hundreds of dollars on groceries and enabled me to see that I almost never have to pay for toiletries again. I save so much money that I'm able to donate many of the items to charities in my area. Stephanie has a very practical approach to saving money on items you use every single day, and anyone can understand and incorporate her methods into their daily lives. Even if you just picked up a few tips from the book (and there are lots of them), you'd save your family a bundle of money.
This book is great for those who are just starting to realize that in today's economy every little bit helps. This book shows you how to best utilize you coupons and save the biggest amount of money on your grocery bills. It is a good companion to her website. Anyone who is just starting to use coupons to grocery shop should read this book and visit her website.