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Moving Forward Radio Show: Triple Coupon Week

Pams Haul

Today I present to you, kind readers, another installment on the Moving Forward Radio Show with Pam Rhode and Amanda Miller! Pam and I have been couponing since about the end of March. We have been learning the ropes and are trying to perfect our styles of couponing. Couponing can be overwhelming but we’re trying to find a way to ... Read More »

Is Couponing Really Worth It?

Coupon Prep

Today Pam and I set out at 6:30 am to our local Harris Teeter to double team Harris Teeter’s Triple Coupon week. We spent yesterday getting coupons ready and a list together for our early morning trip today. You see, Harris Teeter, like many other grocery stores will double coupons up to $0.99 on a daily basis and routinely they ... Read More »

Summer Heat Got You Down And Your Energy Bills Up?

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photo © 2006 Braden Kowitz | more info (via: Wylio)It’s summer time! Or darn close to it. Here in the South East it got hot…quick! We’ve had very little time to get used to the heat but here it is and here is shall stay. Everyone I’ve been talking to recently has been cursing about having to turn on their ... Read More »

How To Save Money Cooking Dinner

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photo © 2005 K.I.T. | more info (via: Wylio)I’ve compiled a short list of money saving techniques I’ve been practicing lately. Some of these things may seem obvious to some while epiphany moments to others. For me, my groceries are one of my largest expenses each month. The tips listed below are some helpful, handy and simple steps to help ... Read More »

Over Half of $1,000 Spent Each Month On Food And Drinks According to Mint.com Users

Eat, Drink and Be Thrifty

The folks over at Mint.com and Column Five Media put together a great little video with Akorn Entertainment to show how much users that track their spending on Mint.com spend on food and drinks each month. The video entitled “Eat, Drink and Be Thrifty: Mint.com Monthly Food and Dining Spending” showed an average $581.46 spent each month on food and ... Read More »

Shop-o-nomics: “Which Grocery Store Has The Lowest Prices?”

Grocery Store Comparison Chart

Two years ago today Steve put together and published a comparison shop of major wholesale food clubs, local grocery stores and convenient marts to find the lowest prices for staple items needed in kitchens and households. Today, 730 days later, we bring to you our 2010 Grocery Store Price Comparison Video. Last week Steve and I set out on a ... Read More »

Tips for Eating Cheaply But Well

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Food can take a big chunk out of your budget, especially if you’re not smart when it comes to planning and purchasing it. This publication will help you make the whole process less stressful — and less expensive! Scenario 1: You walk through the grocery store dazed and confused, grabbing whatever catches your eye. You eventually end up at the ... Read More »

Quick Designer Coffee For a Fraction of Starbucks With a Keurig – Love It!

The Keurig Coffee Maker

I’m not a big coffee drinker. But every once in a while a nice cup hits the spot. Not sure how you like your coffee but I prefer milk and a couple of sweeteners in mine. The problem I always ran into in the past with trying to have coffee around was it just never got used. At one time ... Read More »

How to Eat When You Can’t Afford To

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I’m seeing more questions from people that are struggling with how to just find enough money to feed themselves. The stories of parents having to skip meals to pay for heat or feed the kids, concern me. I wanted to give you a free copy of a cookbook that I put together several years ago. Read More »

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