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 May 16, 2014  Posted by  Expired

It’s no secret that using grocery coupons can save you lots of money. But using coupons effectively is not as easy as it sounds. Sometimes we spend so much time clipping and organizing those coupons that if we calculated our hourly labor cost it would be depressing. Lauren Greutman can help. After finding herself in over $40,000 worth of debt at the age of 25, she learned that she needed to make some serious changes in the way she viewed money. She started using coupons and was able to cut her grocery budget down from $1,000 per month to $200 per month.

She wrote a book, How To Coupon Effectively, that will teach you her secrets. Right now the book is on sale. Normally $8.97, it’s only $5.97.

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7 important things you will learn from the book:

1. How to avoid the #1 mistake most people make when using coupons.
2. Why Coupon? The hourly wage way of thinking about couponing.
3. Where to find Coupons. Learn how to get coupons for free!
4. The best digital coupons. Discover the best 6 money saving apps.
5. How to organize your coupons. The best 4 ways to organize your coupons to save more money.
6. How to Create a Successful Grocery Budget. Simple tips to set a grocery budget that you can actually stick to.
7. Meal Planning Strategy. How to meal plan around sales and coupons to help you save 50% or more off your grocery budget.

Jody Mace

Jody Mace is a freelance writer who has written for publications like O Magazine, Washington Post, and Parents. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband and two teenaged kids. Her colleagues are dogs named Harlow and Shaggy. She publishes Charlotte on the Cheap and takes the “cheap” seriously. For fun she plays mandolin and browses at her local Goodwill Store, where she is “Foursquare Mayor,” as long as that Russell G. doesn’t steal it from her again. You can see her celebration of thrift store finds at Thrift Wrecks.

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