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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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If you have a child over the age of 1, you have probably been asked about preschool. You were most likely asked not if your child was going, but how often and to which school. It has become expected instead of optional in many circles, but I’m here to let you know that whether you […]

    Are you anxiously checking your bank account or mailbox waiting on the tax refund to show up?  Last year the IRS released that average tax refund was around $3,100.  I’d be waiting anxiously too if that was what I overpaid. Sadly most folks are eager for the money to come because they have already decided how […]

      There are some kitchen appliances that are necessary (or at least super helpful) to a functioning kitchen, but there are some that simply take up space (and cost money you don’t necessarily need to spend). Here’s a list of kitchen appliances you don’t need and can probably do without. Kitchen Appliances You Don’t Need: 1. […]

        Though the temperatures have been a bit warmer lately around my part of the world, it’s pretty much inevitable that the temps will drop again before winter is over. Here are a few easy changes you can make to keep more of your hard earn dollars in your pocket instead of flying out the window. […]

          Over the last 8 years I have met so many people trying to save money and a good majority of those folks are also trying to eat healthier.  Many end up frustrated that they can’t save on organic products the way they can on traditional items and give up on coupons and deals all together.  […]

            The best time to get make big changes is always the first of the year or the start of a new month.  The year is a clean slate, so lets take a few simple steps to create a budget and start off on the best financial footing you can. I know budgets are stressful for […]

              If you’re in the market for a new crib, I’ve found a beautiful classic look from Restoration Hardware.  Even better, I’ve found the look for less.  Especially after you look at the expense of shipping, the frugal Wayfair option is the way to go. Frugal: Wayfair Abigail Convertible Crib ($399 + Free Shipping) More Frugal: […]

                So many of us in the past few years have moved to high deductible health insurance plans.  For my family of 7 it’s the only affordable option.  A true high deductible plan (meaning you have to pay everything until you reach the deductible) has one large perk that many people over look.  You may find that […]

                  I would start decorating for Christmas in August if my husband let me. He doesn’t so I win another way… we tend to keep up our decorations till February! Seriously, I’m a little in love with Christmas. We don’t go all out, or even fancy at all really.  Most of our decorations are handmade ornaments […]