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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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We all have a goal of losing weight or at least staying in shape. Tyson Grilled & Ready and Hungry Girl have teamed up to coach women through the first 30 days of January via the newly launched “30 Days, 30 Ways, 30 Rewards” program, offering recipes and lifestyle tips using fully-cooked, lean Grilled & Ready products. Everyday you’ll find a nutritious and quick recipe for dinner, a clever tip, and a chance to win some exciting prizes.

I love that a great product has paired up with a great foodie. Tyson Grilled & Ready is a staple item in my house. I get to feel like super mom who slaved over dinner, when in reality I opened a bag and the meat was ready to go for our entree. I’m excited to learn a ton of new recipes to use these with over the next 30 days!

To get you excited, Tyson is giving away a few copies of The Hungry Girl’s new book, Supermarket Survival and coupons for FREE bags of Grilled & Ready Chicken!

They also sent me a copy of the book (and a coupon) so I could check it out.  She has some great tips, going through each aisle like helping to breakdown exactly what the difference is between “reduced fat” and “low fat” in the dairy aisle.  Or what fat-free cheese melts the best for cooking.  There were a few things that I already knew, but I still loved the reminder.

A few of her tips:

Set mini goals for yourself. Don’t take on challenges that are impossible. Setting out to drop 20 pounds by February is not realistic and isn’t safe. And don’t expect to run a marathon if you’ve never jogged a mile. Make small changes, like drinking more water, filling your plate with lots of veggies, walking more often, and keeping track of what you eat. Soon these habits will become second nature, and you’ll experience results at a healthy rate.

Let yourself indulge a little. It’s okay to splurge on foods that aren’t “diet-friendly” once in a while. (I can’t resist the pretzel bread at one of my favorite restaurants.) Just get right back on track. Don’t let a weekend splurge turn into an excuse to overdo it all week!

Win It

Tyson is giving 4 Southern Savers readers a FREE copy of Hungry Girls Super Market Survival Book & a coupon for FREE Grilled & Ready Chicken.

To Enter

Leave a comment with your own unique tip for keeping your new year’s resolution or a favorite meal you love to fix with Tyson Grilled & Ready chicken!

For an extra entry like Tyson & Southern Savers on facebook.  Leave a comment that you did.

Winners will be chosen Friday 1/20.