Monday, June 20, 2011

Number tres! How to become an extreme couponer video series part 3!

This is the second to last video in the series!  Today I talk about how to organize your coupons so that you don't freak out and get overwhelmed by keeping them all in a zip lock bag like I used to.  I also talk about the ins and outs of register rewards and extra bucks at walgreens and CVS.  Enjoy!  And like always, feel free to contact me with any questions!

2 comments:

  1. I like how you explain your binder set up. However, I am a new binder creator and would like to know what your detailed list is of your tabs. Just read them off in order. Please?

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  2. No problem!! Sorry it took me so long! Ok, so to start off, all of my tabs are color coded. I have red for food, and under food I have condiments, dressings and sauces, canned food, snack food, candy and gum, cookies, baking items, cereal, tea and coffee, meal helpers (i.e. rice, boxed dinners, spaghetti sauce, etc.), drinks, frozen food (I started out splitting frozen food up into food, dessert and veggies, but they kind of all just got mixed together in the end), butter and cheese, meat, yogurt, and sides and veggies. The next color code I have is green and that is used for toiletries and beauty. Under that I have deodorant, teeth stuff, shaving, lotion, body wash, shampoo and conditioner, hair styling products, hair color, makeup, men's products, meds (tums, cold medicine, advil, and also sunscreen and that kind of thing), and hygiene. The last color code that I have is black, and that is for household and all other misc. stuff. Under black I have household cleaners, dishwashing stuff, laundry, food storage, paper (toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, etc.), air fresheners, office supplies, and finally misc. for everything else that I don't know what to do with!! Hope that helps!

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