Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Many continue to ask me about raising money for Christmas gift buying. This column features some of the tips I have learned in the past and continue to pass on to the thrifty holiday shopper.
Walmart introduced a new savings program this year that searches out savings allowing consumers to recoup money for overpaid items that can be found cheaper through another store’s ad in an effort to encourage shopper’s loyalty.
Many couponers are aware the Coupon Network website is no longer active. We have recently seen a merge of two companies as Catalina has bought out Cellfire in an effort to combine the best of both worlds—the printable coupon and the digital coupon.
Most children have started back to school by now. Homeschoolers are no exception. Many have hit the stores stocking up on the basic necessities and by now are about a week into school or getting ready to start.
When it comes to printable coupons, many forego learning the art of couponing if it means hooking up the printer. Why does this task seem monstrous for the otherwise would-be couponer? To find the answer to this question and create a remedy you must first understand the art of online couponing.
This column may be of a different caliber than usual, however, without this realization in life that “our focus must be on becoming better individuals,” we will not achieve success and peace in any part of life.