I'm a couponer, and follow a blog that provides guidance on ways to get great deals. I have a coupon binder (which I made after a tragic incident at the grocery store; I spilled the contents of my entire accordion folder all over the floor. Wah!) I save TONS of money. However, I maintain the mindset of if its not something I will actually use, theres no sense in buying it. With this way of thinking, my "stockpile" consists of like...6 tubes of toothpaste and a couple of large packages of papergoods like toilet paper. Additionally, I stock up on canned beans because I use them almost daily. With the savings I earn from couponing, I am able to buy at lots and lots of fresh produce, something I was not able to afford when I first got out of college.
Weighing in on Extreme Couponing
|4/17/11 9:05 AM|
@mauishopgirl, just thinking about Inspiration's Design Center makes my heart ache! I remember always passing by it on TheBus and desperately wishing I wasn't so broke!
The Classic Canopy Bed
|3/25/11 3:33 PM|
Amanda and Derrick,
Amanda & Derrick's Loft (& Ada's Cabin!)
|1/9/11 1:15 PM|
I completely forgot about these until now! Thank you so much for reminding me!
Quick Snack: Cinnamon-Sugar Tortilla Rolls
|9/17/10 9:21 AM|
Actually Patrick, I've seen the items on the second slide on etsy. So...
RISD Alumni Sale: Saturday May 1 Providence, Rhode Island | Apartment Therapy Boston
|5/1/10 10:22 AM|