WFMW: Couponer Blogs


Almost exactly one year ago, I began couponing. It was the week before Thanksgiving 2007. Can you believe it has only been a year? Now I can’t imagine my life without the wonderful world of coupons! Putting my grocery and CVS plans together each week takes time, but it would take me waaaay longer if I didn’t have some help from some great coupon bloggers. So, I want to give all the “regulars” I visit a big shout-out! These ladies find the deals and coupon match-ups and basically do the hard part for all of us! I appreciate them all so much! Go visit them and give them some love!

Thrifty Mama

Stretching a Buck
Being Frugal is Fabulous
Coupon Cravings
and, the original blog that got me started: Money Saving Mom.

Reading coupon blogs works for me when I’m planning my money-saving strategy! For more Works for Me Wednesday ideas, check out Rocks in My Dryer.

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15 Replies to “WFMW: Couponer Blogs”

  1. i am so thankful that you pulled me in on your coupon journey… i probably would be working right now if the LORD didn’t bring us together… i love you!!! and thank you

  2. Thanks for the links, I’ve been wanting to jump on the couponing bandwagon for some time! Now that I’m no longer working I think it’s the perfect time!!


  3. Uh oh! I only read 2 of the 5 so now I’ve got to check out the others. I’ve also started hanging around A Full Cup’s forum because those ladies share the best information about current sales.

    Couponing and CVSing (yes, it’s a verb) is totally addictive.

  4. I’m pretty sure I got started on the craziness because of your influence–though I’m no where NEAR as good as you are. I’m embarrassed to hit a CVS because I feel if I spend more than $2, I’m getting ripped off.

    I think I’m going to have to hire you to help me get started. 🙂

  5. I’m thankful that you talked me into CVSing and couponing there. I keep thinking about doing better with the grocery too, but so far I’ve failed to really stick to that plan.

  6. Oh gosh yes! I rely on blogs like those, and others. I could never coupon without them, and I don’t know how people used to do it.

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