Would you like to get a deal on newspapers? I have been able to negotiate super low rates on the Sunday edition of the Salt Lake Tribune and the Dessert News for just $20 for 52 weeks! New customers can add up to two SL Trib’s and two Dessert News to receive a total of four newspapers ($20 per subscription). If you’re a current subscriber you can still order more and use this special offer. Ready to take advantage? Click here.
Zucchini chips are delicious! I love making them. Sure they take awhile, but once they’re done you cannot deny how amazing they are! Frugal Freebies and Deals posted an awesome recipe for homemade Salt and Pepper Zucchini chips! Try it out.
ABCMouse.com is an online learning environment that helps your child learn everything he or she needs for preschool and kindergarten. Right now you can join for $7.99 per month or $79 per year (about $6.58 per month), but you can try it for free for a month first! We use this for our son and he loves it. There are tons of free printables and coloring pages too — so your child doesn’t have to be on the computer all day.
It’s time for the Sunday coupon preview! In Utah you will have just one insert(your RedPlum comes in the mail — not newspaper). I have highlighted my favorites! You can get copies of the Sunday newspaper for $1 at Walmart or get them for just $0.38 per week here. Also, don’t forget to check Coupons.com for more coupons.
The book is here and for sale in the Kindle store! “What I Wish I Knew Before Couponing” is ready for sale and is only $2.99. In this 105-page edition you’ll learn the 55 money-costing mistakes allcouponers make, but they’re not aware they’re making them! I’m guilty of these offenses, but hopefully by reading this book you won’t make them yourself.
Learn from the common and not-so-common mistakes, including:
Buying useless subscriptions
Not using free apps that give you money for shopping
Right now it’s only available on Kindle, but next week it will publish to Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iBookstore, and as a PDF online! You don’t need a Kindle to read this right now though. You can access the Kindle app from a variety of devices (including the iPhone!) by clicking here.
It’s time for a poll! How many of you notice you go through a stockpile faster because you know it’s there? It’s a subconscious thing — if you know you have extra or more on hand you aren’t as conservative using the product (and potentially waste more). I ask because I have noticed myself doing this from time to time. While I’m not a wasteful person, I do seem to go through stuff faster since I know I have extra, but there are times it might be in my head. So, why not poll everyone and see what you all think? Fill out the poll and let’s see!
Do You Go Through Stuff Faster Because You Have More in the Stockpile?