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Savvy Saving: Couponing Secrets from Stockpiling Moms Paperback – January 10, 2012
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This is a good book for starting off the new year and keeping your goals of doing better financially or getting your food storage stocked. While I'm not into major couponing I have found using them has helped me save $$, especially now that stores are doing double coupons.
I use a weekly menu service that prints out my recipes and shopping list. I save a lot of time and money doing this.
These ladies have a blog that's worth reading also: stockpilingmoms.com.
The book was easy to read even though I had to reread certain sections a couple of times to get the idea for the best way to coupon. I looked up the sites the ladies mentioned, tried a few of their tricks and am going to try and few ideas. I read this easily in one day.
Anyone can benefit from this book!
There were so many keywords and phrases in the stockpiling world that I had never heard of before. I thought couponing was just that: cutting coupons and using them to save money. I didn't know about all the strategies involved and how organized you had to be to make sure you are saving a great deal of money and possible finding items that are a "moneymaker" (one of the new words I learned).
I'm definitely what you call a causal saver. I've never gone out of my way to save money, but with this economy and being a one income family with 3 kids (2 in diapers), I will most like up my game. There was even a section in the book about how you can save on diapers and get them for cheap.
Readers will learn from the collective expertise of Jennings and King as they share tips for frugal living and teach how to build a stockpile and how to live a debt-free life. "Around the new year, everyone wants to start saving money and eating healthy, but few ever do," says Jennings. "Our book has tips and tricks that can really help people achieve their goals."
The menu planning chapter really spoke to me the most because this is an issue that I deal with on a daily basis.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book had some good tips. I have been couponing for a while so a lot of the stuff I already knew, but this would be really good for a beginner.Published on January 11, 2013 by Stephanie Brandt
Perfect book for anyone who does couponing or just wants to save money. This is an excellent book. I learned many new things and tricks and trades to save. ThanksPublished on December 25, 2012 by Mel
I was expecting more detail about extreme coup owning but it was never clear how to buy in bulk. Do you use multiple sets of coupons? I am left guessingPublished on November 29, 2012 by Melanie R Seigler
I loved the book. There was a lot of great info. I've used coupons on and off for years ,but never to the extent as they have showed in the book. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Brenda
I received this book as a gift and I must say that this is one of the best gifts a couponer can receive. Read morePublished on January 20, 2012 by Sabine
I have gone to a couple of Melissa & Shelley's couponing classes. There was so much information that it was hard to write it all down and digest it in an hour. Read morePublished on January 20, 2012 by JDP