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  • Dispelling A Couponing Myth…

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    It’s always interesting to hear the varying opinions people have of couponing.  I had an interesting conversation this week.  I was sharing with one of my male co-workers the advantages of couponing.  He stated that usually couponers will purchase items that they wouldn’t normally buy …

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  • And You Think I’m Cheap?

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    Although I get four papers a week, I don’t usually read the paper.  However, the Tennessean had an article by Ms. Cheap that caught my eye.  Every year she has a cheapest of the cheap contest.  These are a few entries that were too cheap …

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  • You Are Not Alone

    You Are Not Alone

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    As I was driving home from work tonight, I was talking to God about my blog posts and asking Him to show me what I should write about. It may sound funny to you that I would talk to Him about that, but I do. …

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  • It’s So Worth the Wait…

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    Trent and I were married 3 1/2 years ago.  After we were married and I moved in, the house felt a lot like a bachelor pad.  You see, Trent had picked out our beautiful home years before we had even met.  In essence, it was …

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    Super Easy Peach Crisp…

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      Drain two 15.25 oz cans of peaches and place them in a small baking dish.     Mix together two 1.6 oz packages of cinnamon and spice instant oatmeal (uncooked), 1/3 cup of flour, 1/3 cup chopped walnuts (if desired), and 1/3 cup melted …

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  • Clipping Your Coupons…

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    I have a confession.  When I first started clipping coupons I would clip one insert at a time.  It would take forever and I would get so frustrated.  I want to share with you the method that I now use to clip multiple coupon inserts.  …

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    Making Your Money Work for You…

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    I’ve always considered myself to be a thrifty person.  One of the ways that have helped me stay on track is being on a budget. I started working around the age of 14.  When I received my first W-9, I realized that I had blown …

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  • Creamy Vegetable Soup

    Creamy Vegetable Soup…

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    2 cans of evaporated milk 2 cans of chicken broth 1 can tomatoes 1 bag mixed veggies 2 bags Valley Fresh Steamers potatoes w/green beans Ground meat (I used some turkey meat that I had previously cooked and freezed) salt and pepper Italian seasoning Throw …

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  • Give It Away…

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      God has truly blessed me in the awesome deals that I have found while couponing. One of the exciting things about being an extreme couponer is being able to give stuff away. This week I was able to give most of my trial-sized items …

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    Strawberry Yogurt Cake…

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    Strawberry Yogurt Cake 1 package of white cake mix 3/4 cup water 1/3 cup vegetable oil 3 egg whites 1 container (6 ounce) strawberry yogurt 2 tubs whipped vanilla frosting Fresh strawberries Preheat oven to 350. Generously grease bottoms and sides of two 8 or …

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