Rock Hill, SC (PRWEB) March 23, 2009
As individuals and families across the country scramble to come up with cost-saving measures to ease the impact of the current recession, there's one resource that has hooked hundreds of thousands of fans for more than 10 years. The Hillbilly Housewife has a reputation for providing the most mouth watering and practical home-cooked recipes and frugal living tips on the Internet. Just in time for spring (and recession weary families) owner Susanne Myers created the Hillbilly Housewife Ebook Center--a central place on her website (http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/ebooks) for some of her most popular recipes and housekeeping tips.
"So much of what we need to know to eat and live in healthy, affordable ways is at our fingertips and in many of the traditions passed down to us by our grandparents. With HillbillyHousewife.com we tap into those tried and true traditions in order to share with a wider audience the recipes, housekeeping tips and family activities that not only help to make us happier, but healthier too. With the creation of our Hillbilly Housewife Ebooks Center, some of my most popular resources are now in one convenient place on the site," explains Myers.
Conversation and discussion is an important part of the HillbillyHousewife.com website, and for that visitors click onto Susanne's blog on a daily basis.
"Sharing is what makes this frugal living website so unique as our readers enjoy sharing their favorite home cooked treasures and lifestyle tips as much as receiving them. We're a community that is growing and it's not only because of the recession, it's because relying on the goodness of home-cooked meals and frugal living ways is a lifestyle that is truly satisfying and lasting," says Myers.
If you'd like to interview Susanne Myers to learn more about her frugal living tips, including 5 tips for spring cleaning success this season, please contact Susanne at (803) 524-2862 or email her at Susanne [at] HillbillyHousewife.com .
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