In Case you Missed it… Top Five Posts!

budget cutsIt’s time for the top five posts from last month! If you missed any of these then grab a cup of coffee and do some reading!

Organizing Your Coupons in a Coupon Binder

If you are looking for the best way to organize a large amount of coupons then a coupon binder is the way to go! A coupon binder allows you to see all the coupons you have available and it also allows for more organization than a simple expandable file. It is easy to do and it can be done fairly cheap. The coupon binder post received the most traffic last month and it is a great (and easy) way to organize your coupons.

97 Ways to Save Money

This post has always been popular! New and seasoned frugalites can take something from these tips.

TLC Extreme Couponing

I do not consider myself an “extreme couponer” because if I see a deal I tend to get 1, sometimes 2, of it. I know the deals will come around again soon enough and I do not like to clutter my space. TLC Extreme Couponing has opened the world of couponing up to many more people though! There are both good and bad things about showing people the world of couponing using a show like that. This post is my opinion.

Learning How to Coupon from the Ground Up

Learning how to coupon, if you are new, can seem daunting! There are lots of abbriviations, tons of places to find them, and lots of coupon rules. This post tells you what coupon abbriviations mean, where to find coupons, and what strategies will save you the most money.

How to Eat Healthy for Under $5 a Day

Eating healthy on a budget is always a topic of great controversy. I stand by the fact that it can be done! You can also spend lots of money on food and eat unhealthy. The amount you spend has nothing to do with how you eat, rather, it is the choices you make. This is a great post and the conversation in the comments section makes it even better.

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