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CouponMom.com Website Review

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Two “Fresh Looks” this week?! You lucky readers, you! Today I’m show you one of my favorite couponing websites: CouponMom.com. http://youtu.be/Hgiufl-v0Rw This is a website headed by Stephanie Nelson also known as, The Coupon Mom. The main page is a simple design. One of the first things you see is where you’re asked to join. I highly recommend joining this ... Read More »

    Is Couponing Really Worth It?

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    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 »

      How To Have Weekend Fun On A Budget

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      As quitting time rolled around Friday afternoon I sat on the edge of my seat ready for the weekend to begin. You see, I used to work weekends but for the summer I’ve revised my schedule to work Monday – Friday and this was my first weekend at home off for the summer. There was only one problem. I had ... Read More »

        How To Save Money Cooking Dinner

        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 »

          Saving Money with Groupon and Living Social Daily Deal Sites

          Another fun and thrifty money saving tip from us here at GetOutOfDebt.org: daily deals! If you’re looking for a great way to find fun things to do and still save money you may want to check out daily deal sites such as Groupon and Living Social. I have become addicted to these websites – always excited for the next day’s ... 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 »

              Saving Money With Couponing Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated

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              The Art of Couponing is to save money on the items you use on a regular basis. Not to go out and get something for less money that you never have thought about using before or hoarding all the items you use or think you’ll use and have enough in your basement for a 20 year supply. A six month supply ... Read More »

                Saving Money with RetailMeNot.com

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                photo © 2004 Gareth Saunders | more info (via: Wylio) I am well aware of the instant gratification of shopping. This is a pitfall for some people, myself included. The feeling of just purchasing an item you want, holding it in your hands and the excitement to take it home. This used to be a huge pitfall for not only ... Read More »

                  The Unforeseen Importance of Having a Boring Savings Account – Ask Steve Video

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                  This week I answer Brandon’s question about saving money even if you are barely able to make ends meet. When you are just making it from month-to-month and paying the minimum payments alone it seems like a strange time to need to think about saving money. Most people don’t and then guess what happens when an unexpected event happens? Yep ... Read More »

                    What Took You Guys So Long to Become Mexican?

                    In this age of cutting back and doing more with less, I thought this report from NPR made a clever point that be frugal is nothing new. Read More »

                      How To Save Money Without Really Trying

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                      Saving Money Step-By-Step I know it might feel impossible to put more money in your pocket. The key though is having a plan and following it through. Time after time people prove to be their own worst enemy in this process. I’m not being cynical, just a realist. No advice in the world is going to help you if you ... Read More »

                        Awesome Money Saving iPhone App – RedLaser

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                        Today I had a chance to play with a new app for my iPhone, RedLaser. All I’ve got to say is A-W-E-S-O-M-E. RedLaser reads the bar code on a product that you are thinking of purchasing and then, and almost instantly checks prices on Amazon and Google, showing you where you can get the exact same item for less. I ... Read More »

                          I’m Saving Money But Having Fun, Without Being Frugal. All So I Don’t Have to Work.

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                          First off, let me be perfectly clear that I think that being too frugal, sucks. I remember some time ago I was chatting with my friend Michelle Singeltary, who writes for the Washington Post, and she was telling me about all sorts of frugal tips readers had shared with her. Right or wrong, I am not cutting the tops off ... Read More »

                            Watt Did You Say? Going Green and Gaining Green.

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                            In what has become almost an obsession with me I’ve been running around changing all the light bulbs in my house to reduce the electric bill. Currently we use 2800 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity each month and I really want to get that number down to save cost, but also because I’ve been glued to the television show “Living ... Read More »

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