About Cindy Brick

Cindy Brick is a personal property appraiser, judge and national teacher who loves to write about frugality and other personal finance topics. She has written six books and hundreds of articles, but often focuses on quilting, her teaching specialty. She lives in Colorado with her husband, two golden labs and a flock of very suspicious chickens. Find out more at Brickworks, http://www.cindybrick.com, or visit her personal blog: http://www.cindybrick.blogspot.com


  1. AvatarSteveark says

    Nos. 7 and 10 were my favorites! I volunteered for every unpopular job at work and not only did it grow me tremendously to constantly step outside my comfort zone but it made me my boss’s go to guy. As he rose up in the ranks I was right behind him and that was a huge win in job satisfaction and in pay. And as far as marrying the right person that was even more important. My wife knew how to design our lives so we could live like kings for the cost of a peasant. I could have never lived so well for twice the spending if I was single. Plus the moral and spiritual and physical support of a lifetime mate is hard to overstate when life’s trials come at you. It indeed is painless to become a millionaire, in fact its a fun ride!