Maybe the universe is giving me fodder for posts. Twice this week, I’ve returned items to the store that were spoiled or poor quality. (Do you wonder what the folks at the Customer Service desk think when they see you coming? “Oh
no, not her again!”)
We consider ourselves to be smart shoppers, right? So how do these things happen? Well, luck of the draw, but most likely we are in a rush when we are shopping. We have to slow down and inspect things and that’ll save us time and money.
Continue reading “Frustrated Shoppers: Don’t Act Out at the Customer Service Desk”
TFF reader, Wendy, wanted to put together a true menu to show readers how eating healthy on a budget can be literally accomplished for pennies a day. She’s retired…so, yes, she is on a small budget.
Continue reading “Eating Healthy on a Budget–See One Couponer’s Menu for Pennies a Day”
1. Cut, Don’t Rip Out Coupons
Store associates prefer clean cut coupons with clear expiration dates.
I know I’ve done this a million times — I’ve ripped out coupons and tore off the expiration date which rendered the coupon totally useless.
Continue reading “5 Important & Quick Tips About Clipping Coupons”
here about the impossible task of truly figuring out the best deals for paper goods such as toilet paper and paper towels. All I really do now is simply divide price by number of rolls, use a coupon and call it a day. Continue reading “Thoughts on the Toilet Paper Price War”
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”
This week, ShopRite’s .99 for 18 (non-oganic) eggs is too good to pass up. So, here I am with 36 eggs in my fridge!
Continue reading “You CAN Freeze Eggs…But…Do You Want To?”