Erin Huffstetler is a freelance writer specializing in frugal living. She enjoys living the frugal life in Tennessee, where the garage sales and thrift stores are plentiful. Her favorite day of the week? Saturday, of course! It's the ultimate bargain-hunting day.
Erin's frugal living tips and tricks have been featured in numerous print and electronic publications including, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Forbes, MSN Money, Yahoo! Finance, Today.com, Reader's Digest, Family Circle, Woman's Day, Redbook, USA Weekend, Parents and Men's Health. She is also a regular guest on radio shows around the country.
You can listen to some of Erin's past radio interviews here:
You can also keep up with her day-to-day frugal antics over on her blog, MyFrugalHome.com.
Erin holds two bachelor's degrees: one in Writing/Communications and the other in Art - both obtained debt-free. However, Erin's true education - her frugal education - didn't come from the classroom, but rather years of yard saling, curb shopping and all-round penny-pinching.
From Erin Huffstetler:
Frugal living isn't about sacrifice and deprivation; it's about living better for less. Join me as we explore simple and fun ways to save money, reduce debts and afford the things that you want out of life.