20 Jan

Written by Kathryn Vercillo on January 20, 2010

One of the most important things about living frugally is learning to talk about money. Sharing our ideas, thoughts, conflicts, tips and methods for saving money is how more and more people can embrace the frugal lifestyle. Now is your chance to really make a difference by sharing your financial thoughts with the BBC. That’s right, the BBC wants to hear what you think about money!

BBC television is planning a major new documentary series that looks like it could be really interesting. It’s all about how real people relate to money. And they want to know about your attitude towards money. It doesn’t matter what you think about your finances because they want to represent a range of different financial views through this program.

The first step is to get in contact with them in order to have an informal phone conversation about your spending habits and your relationship with money. Some of the things that they will want to know include:

  • How do you feel about money?
  • Are you good at budgeting your money?
  • Does money drive you (and if not then what does)?
  • What are your financial priorities.
These are definitely things that we think about as frugal people so it’s important that we share our thoughts. If you’re interested in participating or want to know more about the upcoming TV series then you can contact Tara O’Kelly by email (tara.okelly@bbc.co.uk) or phone (020 7557 2358).
Come back and let us know in the comments if you end up participating. We’d love to know about your experience.

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One Comment

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    Forest
    January 22nd, 2010

    Thanks a million, I have sent Tara a mail.

    Forest.
    frugalzeitgeist.com

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