A good friend and TFF reader challenged me yesterday while at lunch. She read the post about my daughter, “How to Impress a Teenage Daughter With Coupons,” and asked me what I’m buying and how I’m saving all that money. Continue reading “Part 2: How to Impress a Teenage Daughter With Coupons–The Receipt”
I thought I’d share this little slice-of-life that happened yesterday. The reality is that my kids make fun of me all the time about coupons and how I only buy things on sale, blah, blah, blah. Continue reading “How to Impress a Teenage Daughter With Coupons”
It’s always fun to go grocery shopping to:
a) see what great deals are out there
b) to talk to people who are surprised about all the great deals out there. Continue reading “Read the Store’s Sales Circular to Shop Coupon-Free”
In one week, I must have had three people apologize to me for not couponing the “correct” way. Listen up:
1. There’s no “correct” way to coupon.
2. It takes time to figure out how to coupon the correct way for your lifestyle.
3. I am far from perfect when using coupons. Continue reading “If You Don’t See a Payoff with Coupons, You Won’t Use Them. So, Stop Beating Yourself Up!”
It was one of those “good” couponing days where I bought $48 worth of groceries but paid $14 out-of-pocket. This was made possible by a bunch of printable coupons — some were printed by accident in color, others in black and white. Continue reading “Important Info for Anyone Using Color or Black and White Printable Coupons”
How many times have we all:
a) lost or dropped on the grocery store floor a high-value coupon
b) lost an envelope filled with coupons (yup, my “paper towels” envelope! Luckily it was turned in at the Customer Service desk :–) Continue reading “My $1 Solution to Organizing Coupons at the Grocery Store (Now, I Don’t Lose Them When I Shop!)”