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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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One of the best ways to save on produce is to grow your own! If you are living in an apartment or even 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 even by gardening […]

    Many people are focused on starting a vegetable garden at this time of year, but one thing you shouldn’t forget is how easy it is for you to create your own soil that is nutrient-rich and perfect for growing awesome vegetables. Think of this as a way of turning your trash into treasures! I’m going […]

      Odds are that life is going to get a bit tight (if it hasn’t already) for many of us.  Now is the perfect time to turn over a new leaf and get your finances under control.  The first step to do that… Making a Budget! It can be overwhelming to even know where to start, but […]

        Have you ever tried making your own DIY homemade cleaners? They only require a few simple ingredients and are not complicated to make. They are also much cheaper than buying “green” or “organic” brands and are completely natural and environmentally friendly. Whether you want to cut out chemicals or just want to save money here are […]

          While I don’t want to scream that the sky is falling, I think that every household needs to stop and take a hard look at their finances this weekend.  Do you have money in savings to handle a missed paycheck or two? Make a plan to live on a tighter budget at least for a few […]

            Are you anxiously checking your bank account or mailbox waiting on the tax refund to show up?  The IRS states the average tax refund last year was around $1,949 and so far this year refunds are averaging $1,952. I’d be waiting anxiously too if that was what I overpaid. Sadly most folks are eager for the money to […]

              Did you know that the global market for baby products is almost 75 billion dollars? While some of that revenue is items that you need to purchase (a crib, a car seat), many of the purchases made are based on people thinking they need every gadget and device to survive babyhood. Don’t fall prey to this […]

                As you think through getting your budget and finances in order, many people realize their biggest expense is child care. I can totally see the frustration of child care not even being on most financial gurus’ budget sheets. However, even in this important category, there are some ways to reduce costs and even find tax […]

                  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 just one will make quite an impact on your bank account and finances. 1. Pay off debt. If you are carrying credit card or other consumer […]