I read piece someone wrote on extreme couponing. Like. Three rooms of stuff they will never use in their lifetime and spending 70 hours a week clipping coupons and buying coupons . Not me. I coupon . I spend about five minutes a week except for the week I clean out my coupon binder and download two coupons of the things I use on a regular basis. If I see something in clearance or on sale for a good price, I check my binder for a coupon. I don't always remember if I have a coupon for something. If I see someone buying something I have a coupon for, I've been known to excuse myself and pass them a coupon. Shocks people. Random act of kindness. It's like giving so,wine a dollar. I think that one lady didn't know what it was. The checker took it from her and the lady smiled from ear to ear when she realized her sales slip was a dollar less.
It's just once piece of the puzzle to make your food bill a little lighter.
Am I going to say we are foodies and we only eat food from Mars and peel our strawberries? No.
We are normal people that eat a variety of foods and I try to watch our salt, sugar, fat and especially hydrogenated vegetables. If I can find organic at a reasonable price on something that we can eat immediately so it doesn't get fed to the garbage disposal, I will buy it.
Because, no food will do your family good if you are feeding it to the garbage disposal.
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