Monday, November 21, 2011

Savings Angel , Extreme Couponing

Savings Angel is a subscription service that allows regular people to practice extreme couponing without investing hours and hours of time to do it. A subscription to Savings Angel costs $20 per month.

Savings Angel works by matching local sales ads with store and manufacturer coupons to get the best price for everyday grocery items, even telling you where to find the coupons. They have a team of over a hundred people doing the work of matching ads to coupons. One or more products usually come out free each week after all the coupons are applied.

To be honest, I have far too small a grocery budget to use this service. However, for people with children, Savings Angel provides huge savings on things like diapers, formula, baby food, and other baby/child oriented products as well as for regular groceries.

If you sign up through this Savings Angel link I will get a referral bonus of $10 and $5 for every month you continue to use their service. I'm hoping to be able to pay for a membership with money made from referrals.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Friday, March 19, 2010

Learn How to Save Money on Funeral Expenses

The average American funeral costs between $8,000 and $15,000. A funeral is a large expense, even during the best of economic times. Such an expense can be a real hardship on a family that is already suffering emotionally.

There are ways that funeral expenses can be greatly reduced. It isn't necessary to spend yourself into bankruptcy to honor your loved ones.

Read more about it at How to Plan a Frugal Funeral.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

How to Save Money on Your Prom Corsage

Prom is an expensive affair - the tuxedo rental, the dinner, the dress, the shoes, the matching bag - not to mention the hair stylist, the photographer and the prom tickets themselves! Prom corsages only add to these expenses. But you can easily Save Money on Your Prom Corsage without looking like a cheapskate.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Friday, March 12, 2010

Learn How to Stay Healthy on a Budget

Many people in America who are pursuing a frugal lifestyle from circumstance rather than by choice do not often have access to health care. It is more important than ever for them to stay healthy.

David Leavitt has some practical frugal tips for maintaining general health in his article, Making the Most Out of Your Money: Tips for Staying Healthy in a Bad Economy.

For some great advice on keeping your heart healthy on a tight budget check out Cordie Kellerman's article, Heart Healthy Diet Tips for the Budget Minded.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Learn How to Make Arts and Crafts with Free Recycled Materials

Recycling and upcycling through recycle arts and crafts is not only good for the environment, it's good for your pocketbook! It is also fun, free (or almost free) entertainment.

Check out Recycling Crafts for dozens of fun, cheap, eco-friendly craft projects and ideas.