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. AvatarOona Houlihan says

    Well, I should think it is power that corrupts, not money alone (unless it rains on the power-hungry). Imelda Marcos, the dictator’s wife had thousands of shoes, most never really worn. Saddam Hussein had more palaces than he could realistically ever use. But then, both (and other extravagant cranks) never had to earn that money themselves. That seems to make a lot of difference, looking at the above examples.