October 25, 2014

Preparing for a Disaster on a Budget


March is National Disaster Preparedness Month.  This year I was reminded how important it is to be prepared for a disaster like a tornado.  At the beginning of March, we were warned by weather forecasters that we were in the high risk area of a possible tornado.  On the day of the storms people were … [Read more...]

#Couponing & The Internet


The internet is your friend when it comes to coupons. You can download and print coupons. You can see the sales that will be coming up in the next week and you can find out what the best deals are through coupon match up sites. Sites to Check Out Frugal Living NW http://www.frugallivingnw.com – … [Read more...]

#Couponing For Beginners: Do’s and Don’ts


You do not have to pack your house with 900 rolls of toilet paper or 80 bottles of shampoo to make use of coupons. Forget what you have seen on television and take a step in the money saving direction. Do: Take your coupons with you on every shopping trip. You never know when an unadvertised … [Read more...]

Successful #Couponing: Part 2


While it is true that couponing takes time, effort and fair amount of work, to be a successful couponer, does not mean you have to devote every waking moment to it. If you haven't read the first part of this post click here: Successful #Couponing: Part 1 Planning Ahead Plan out your couponing … [Read more...]

Successful #Couponing: Part 1

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Successful couponing is not about having 90 tubes of toothpaste or 80 bags of dog food. Successful couponing is about having an adequate supply of the items your family uses on a regular basis, so that you will not run out and have to pay full retail for that product. It is also about stretching … [Read more...]