Would it be something like this??
Actually, I'm pretty sure I lack the discipline to be such an extreme couponer... They make it look super easy, but there's gotta be hard work that goes into it.
This video is interesting too. It shows how a shopper prepares for and shops using coupons.
I don't know how she prepares in only 40 minutes a week!!
Budget101.com offers a solid perspective on extreme couponing:
Coupons are an excellent resource if used properly. They're wonderful for getting dirt cheap cleaners and paper products, frozen veggies, condiments and processed foods. While they're becoming available more often, coupons forPart of the reason I'm not an extreme couponer is that I want to buy what I want. When I want. To me, it's worth the money to have the healthy and delicious food that I crave. I'm not lavish or wasteful with my groceries, but I do consider it more important to "splurge" on healthy foods than to save money buy purchasing cheap and unhealthy options.
, produce and meat are still scarce.
Rather than fill your fridge and freezer with sodium laden processed foods in massive quantities, why not use coupons to reduce your household expenses on paper & cleaning products and use the savings to purchase real foods - whole grains, fresh fruits, fresh veggies.
But man... those shoppers got me thinkin! I never knew you could save so much money with coupons!
What are your thoughts? Do you coupon? Got any tips to share? :)