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Saving For A Living: Melody Page From Extreme Ways To Save

Melody Page

“For the first time in my married life I was scared. We had never been rich but we had never been afraid before.” In 2008 Melody Page, a resident of Rocky Mount, North Carolina and her husband found themselves in financial disparity along with many citizens as the American economy took a turn for the worst. It only took about ... Read More »

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 »

Coupons Saved Newlywed’s Household

Yesterday, I sat down over snacks with my friend Ann, my personal coupon guru, to talk couponing. In the very early days of us meeting I overheard her telling a friend, “I’ve got to get home and organize my coupons for tomorrow!” Intrigued, I jumped in the conversation and asked “what for?” She explained that Super Double Coupons at Harris ... Read More »

Extreme Couponing or Extreme Fraud. What Do You Think?

It seems there is a big controversy in the couponing world these days which has been sparked by the new reality show on TLC called, “Extreme Couponing”. I first got wind of the controversy the day after TLC aired a segment with J’aime Kirlew, a paralegal and coupon workshop instructor living in Maryland who started couponing after her husband was ... Read More »

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