I am part of a new series about how many moms and families are saving money by using coupons on groceries, entertainment, and other necessary items.
Grocery shopping is a necessary evil. We all have to do it. But how much it costs you and how long it takes you is completely negotiable. Grocery shopping causes the least headaches when paired with a simple plan.
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Other posts in this series:
- Goals when using coupons
- Common reasons why people don’t use coupons
- #1 obstacle in using coupons
- Types of coupons available and where you can get them
- Ways you can organize your coupon stash
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