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Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey: Learn Coupon Strategies to Save $1000s at the Grocery Store Paperback – January 1, 2012
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Joanie Demer and Heather Wheeler, founders of TheKrazyCouponLady.com, are two stay-at-home moms on a mission to help you save $10,000 in a year. Once college roommates, Joanie and Heather now balance their booming business along with Pull-ups and sippy cups. They are both passionate about empowering women to take control of their financial lives!
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My desire to get back into ways to save money started up again after reading Dr. Andrew M. Goodman's No Money, No Problem: limited funds, unlimited options. It was his book that made me remember how satisfying it can be as well as the gain you can have from making wiser money decisions (highly recommended). Afterwards, I came across Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey, and thought it would be a great follow-up - especially given my past interest in couponing. So, I read it.
Suddenly I felt myself being more motivated to pick up where I left off and start again. Now, I had the expertise from the author, Joanie Demer, to make it work for real this time. Not only have I learned this as a skill that takes time to master, but it involves identifying the specific areas that you can focus on saving, then expanding. The information is very organized, and because this is a very tangible project, there are immediate and visible payoffs for what you are doing.
The most valuable thing I learned was that saving money needs to be viewed the same way as gaining money. Many more mini-lessons like that have really made a difference. That is thanks to both Goodman's No Money No Problems as well as Demer's Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey. Both are making a huge impact on my wallet!
Downfalls: Small town? Beware....It recommends you get multiple copies of your Sunday and/or Wednesday newspapers. I don't like having to go out every Sun and Weds and my job doesn't have hours that permit it usually. I live in a small town and ordered a subscription to the biggest nearest town, but they never got it right. I ordered 6 copies of just the Sunday paper, but they made me get Wednesday paper which I know in my state does not have coupons in (at least not worth my while), which made it too expensive, and then I would still receive only 1 newspaper every Sunday and Wednesday, so quickly had to cancel the subscription. I work from home in a small community in a small town and no one I know has the Phoenix paper to give me their coupons from.
Downloading Coupon Printing Software, beware!!! I got a nasty virus/malware/spyware that I have had to pay many $$$ to get rid of and my computer is still not right since getting it. Since I did a lot of downloading from their recommended websites on one day, who knows which one was responsible. It might have been Savings Star, though. Beware of that one - it scatters all kinds of toolbars at the top of your screen. So please just use your best judgment and be careful what you click on. I still get email updates from some of the better ones and now I am afraid to try to print them.
Frustrating. However, there is so much one can do online, but just checking this link they mention (which as a misprint does not show up as the name of a website but as a http// address (not recalling right now); THAT one is very helpful. You tell it which grocery stores you have in town and like to shop at, it gives you a list of what is one sale that day/week. THEN you can really get going with combining your store ads with the coupons you have found.
One GREAT thing in this book is a download you can do (instructions they provide) to make dividers for your 3 ring binder. I laminated mine and use them regularly. They aren't perfect but they do provided several pages for you to make your own titles on.
Overall, I am glad I got this book. Just beware of those coupon printing software downloads.