Thursday, July 27, 2006

Budget Savvy Goes Free & Online

I recently received this note from Melissa Tosetti, Editor/Publisher of
Budget Savvy.I've really enjoyed this publication and I'm thrilled about Melissa's news:

"I am writing to let you know about a big change that has taken place with Budget Savvy. As you know, for the last two years, Budget Savvy was published as a print magazine.

I am thrilled to announce that we have moved Budget Savvy from a print to an online publication. By publishing on the web, our magazine becomes an organic- ever-growing resource for those of us who want to enjoy life, but still be financially responsible.

As we will no longer have to pay for printing and postage, we are passing that savings on to our readers. The online version of Budget Savvy is FREE.

We are excited to be able to offer articles that are timely and more in depth. The ability to upload new articles and content on a regular basis instead of just four times per year is another bonus for our readers.

But there is so much more that we can offer beyond the articles we publish. The online version of Budget Savvy also includes two new features:

The Budget Savvy World Report – links to articles from around the world that relate to the budget savvy lifestyle.
Living the Budget Savvy Life – Weekly updates featuring my personal adventures in budget savvy living.
As this is an organic process, we look forward to adding more features as the magazine grows. The first new feature will be a live forum for each of our departments:

Living Room - Ways to add style and simplicity to the home
Rec Room - Tips on affordable travel and entertainment
Fitting Room - Putting together a great look with imagination and style - on the cheap
Powder Room - Makeup and skincare ideas with products from the department store to the drug store
Pantry - Cooking and kitchen management basics
Board Room - Career and personal finance advice and information

By shifting from a print to an online version of Budget Savvy, we will be giving our readers a better, dynamic, more useful product."
Budget Savvy

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