Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
But, the bottom line is this: couponing can work. It’s not just saving a buck on shampoo. It’s getting lots of free things for family, friends, and charity. And, as groceries go up and up in price (did you hear the reports yesterday about the rising costs of coffee, in addition to everything else?), I don’t see anything wrong with taking advantage of a tool that the manufacturers and stores want you to use.
E-coupons will be the wave of the future of couponing. Paperless coupons! Who would have thought…but it is something valuable I learned from TLC’s new hit show, Extreme Couponing.
Sesame Street and Moonjar aim to teach little kids about money. Could this be the first step in a new and necessary curriculum for every grade?