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Blurb! Book of the Week: Kristin Delfau’s ‘Turbo-Mom’s Guide to Saving Money Without Wasting Time’

If ever there were a time when family time was money—and less of both to boot—that time is now. Or more simply (albeit crudely) put: It’s a bitch out there for moms.

Fortunately, this week’s Blurb! Book of the Week honoree, Kristin Delfau, can help.

CAPTION: Kristin: For whom the clock tick$.

Kristin: For whom the clock tick$.

For her 272-page Turbo-Mom’s Guide to Saving Money Without Wasting Time “is written for women who need to save both time and money—while living in constant ‘turbo mode’ to squeeze everything into a 24-hour day.”

“We’re managing our households, taking care of our kids, holding down a job or two, sometimes with help from spouses and sometimes not,” says Kristin.

“How many hours do you spend trying to save money— and then realize that the effort and time outweighed the savings? Turbo-Mom isn’t about color-coding your closet or 101 uses for baking soda,” adds the Danbury, Conn., resident. Continue reading