Here are the top five posts from April (based on traffic). If you missed any of them, now is your chance to take a look! There are a lot of coupon posts this month, TLC’s Extreme Couponing show has really put coupons in the limelight!
This is always one of my top posts! If you have not read it yet then make sure you do. There are tips for beginners and tips for the advanced frugalite.
A coupon binder is one of the easiest ways to organize coupons, especially if you plan on taking all of them to the store with you. When you use a coupon binder you can see all the coupons you have available instead of having to thumb through an accordion file. This popular post shows you a simple method for making a coupon binder.
This show has been an eye opener for many people. Some are now researching how they can help their family save money. For others, it confirmed all the bad stereotypes that coupons can have. Coupons can be a blessing for your family, but they can also go too far. That line is different for everybody so you need to determine where it is for you.
This post has five tips on eating healthy on a budget. There is also a colorful discussion on the post!
You can get all your household supplies and some groceries for free if you play the drugstore game at CVS and Walgreens. I have posts explaining how to shop both of these programs and the post on how to shop at walgreens rounds out my top five list.