One of the things I love about this book is that Kasey breaks down couponing in a way that everyone can do it. When I have heard the stories of those who extreme coupon, I couldn't imagine having the time to do it. This book is for everyone like me - those who want to coupon to save money but don't want it to consume an overabundance of time that we don't have to offer. I love that Kasey shares her story of how she got started couponing at a time when they were struggling financially and then goes on to lay out how to do it. She gave answers to questions in a way that applied to every day life. I also love that she shared how to help others by couponing. That it is not only about helping our own families, but those in our community as well.
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About the Book
Not everyone is an extreme couponer. Most of us just want to save some money--not let clipping coupons and scouring the internet for deals take over our lives. For all the savvy shoppers out there, Kasey Knight Trenum has written Couponing for the Rest of Us.
She knows that money is tight, food prices are going up, gas prices are closing in on unbearable, and people have better things to do than spend every spare minute (if they have any) obsessing over costs and coupons. She also knows coupons just happen to be a tool that can save a family hundreds of dollars every month and ultimately improve a family's finances and its future.
Couponing for the Rest of Us shows readers
•where to find coupons for what your family eats
•how to make the internet do the work for you
•how to find sale cycles and store match-ups (and what those terms mean!)
•how to reinvent your shopping strategy and toss your lists
•how to make grocery shopping less stressful--even fun!
•how to turn money saved into money shared
•and much more
If readers want to save money and time, this book is a gold mine.
About the Author
Kasey Knight Trenum hosts Time 2 $ave / Time 2 Give, a frugal and couponing blog (www.time2saveworkshops.com), and conducts Time 2 $ave workshops frequently. Her weekly column can be read in Scripps newspapers nationwide, her work has been featured in Parade magazine and All You magazine, and she has been interviewed on HNL's Making It in America and NPR's All Things Considered. She has a personal passion for seeing women, men, and families find financial freedom, be empowered to improve their lives, and become purposeful givers. She and her husband and children live in Tennessee.
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