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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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 are in the middle of Back to School shopping season and many states have their tax free weekends in the next week or two.  These can be great weekends for saving, but can also be crowded and stressful! Tip: Some states don’t offer tax free weekends anymore. If you live in GA, NC or […]

    If you follow a few tips, you can get most of your back to school shopping done without spending much at all!  There are so many great deals, it just takes a few minutes each week and you’ll have most items for pennies. Here are some of my tips for how to save the most on […]

      Looking for a low cost and fun gift for Mother’s Day? How about making mom a gift basket? This means you can pick a few things you know that Mom likes and create a larger gift to suit her personality! I made what I think would be a pretty awesome gift and spent $16 total […]

        DIY Fire Pit Idea

        on 3.31.2018 at 2:47pm
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        This summer our goal is to install a fire pit at our house.  The process is pretty simple and you can have a new fire pit by the end of the weekend!  Sure, there’s some heavy lifting involved, but at least you’ll fit a workout in. I went on a hunt for easy tutorials and […]

          Growing your own vegetables can be super rewarding and possibly even save you some money. But if you are living in a house with a tiny backyard you may think that this isn’t possible. Don’t use your lack of space as an excuse! You can grow so many vegetable plants in simple raised beds, even […]

              Every year at Easter our family has a tradition of going through Resurrection Eggs.  It’s like an advent calendar for Easter.  Our girls love learning about the story of Easter with this tool, but when you purchase a set for $15-$20 it can get pretty expensive.  Since we go through the Resurrection Eggs so […]

              The temperatures have been pretty cold lately around my part of the world (we even had a little snow this week!) and I know it will probably get even colder before winter is officially over. Here are a few easy changes you can make to keep more of your hard earned dollars in your pocket instead of […]

                Prescriptions can be incredibly expensive, and for many of us they are no longer covered by our insurance plans.  Whether you are on insurance or not, many times prescriptions still end up costing an arm and a leg. We ran by CVS yesterday to pick up an ointment called in to find out it was […]

                  While we are all thinking of new years resolutions and goals, here are a few easy financial resolutions you can make.  It would be great to do all 8, but even just one will mean a lot to your bank account and your finances. 1. Pay off debt. If you are carrying credit card or other […]