Meet JodiMy name is Jodi, I’m a mom of 3 fantastic kids– ages 9, 7, and 4– who has champagne tastes and a tap water budget.. I’ve found a way to live the good life while spending a LOT less and I will teach you how to do the same– simply, easily and without sacrificing the things that you love and without investing an inordinate amount of time doing so– it’s called being and living fabuLESS.

Living fabuLESS is a completely new and modern take on how to shop, live and do better without sacrificing time, quality, style or nutrition– I’m NOT a frumpy housewife, nor am I splitting toilet paper from 2-ply into 1-ply to save money. I’m a (relatively) hip mom who *loves* fashion at a (steep) discount and I save a TON of money on the things my family NEEDS, like food and toiletries, so I have the money to splurge on the things we WANT- like vacations, fashion, and a healthy savings account.

I’m a soccer mom and a PTA parent with 3 kids, a husband, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and  more laundry to do than you can possibly imagine — if I can find the time to do this fabuLESS thing– anyone can!

Join the fabuLESSness– it’s easy, it’s simple– heck, it’s even FUN!

Be sure to “like” my Facebook fanpage, you can find it HERE or here:, there are TONS of deals that come and go too quickly to make it here on the blog– hope to see you over there!

“Jodi Furman has keen sense of what women today want from their shopping experiences – style, substance and savings. Her tips aren’t for cheapskates, but for the consumer who understands that saving money on certain things may mean they can splurge somewhere else. There is nothing preachy in her delivery; she’s not the consumer guru that bans all frivolous purchases. Instead, she uses an accessible approach to shopping that any consumer – regardless of lifestyle or income level – could incorporate into her life. It’s a fresh way to look at consumerism in the post-recession world.” – Rachel Beck, former National Business Columnist and Features Writer for The Associated Press



I own the trademark to the word FabuLESS in a number of classes, click HERE to see a copy of the filing.

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Photo credit: Shoshana Ruttner