Kasey Knight Trenum knows what it's like firsthand. When her family's finances were in a tailspin, she gritted her teeth and gave in to the need to save. In Couponing for the Rest of Us, she shows you how she learned to save hundreds of dollars every month and offers time-saving tips and tricks you can easily implement in your busy life.
Prepare to be surprised by how easy it really is to slash your grocery budget by 50 to 70 percent consistently, week after week! Kasey takes you from start to finish using her uniquely simple strategies. You'll go step-by-step, from collecting coupons to getting organized to understanding store policies and secrets for how to maximize your savings—just like a pro!"
Personal finance expert and founder of Debt-Proof Living, Author of 7 Money Rules for Life
Couponing for the Rest of Us will leave your heart and wallet full as you navigate toward prosperity and hope."
Founder of Madame Deals
Finally! Not only does Couponing for the Rest of Us walk the reader step-by-tiny-step through the confusing maze of the couponing world, it approaches the process with compassion and grace. Saving money doesn't have to be all about "me, me, me," and Kasey inspires us to be better through our good stewardship."
Blogger at Lille Punkin and 1099mom
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.
"I have just finished a back-to-school and a grocery shopping trip using your tips. I saved over $200! Also our pantry and two freezers are beginning to fill up! Everyone in our household is thrilled!"
"My grocery bill and budget has been $500.00 a month and we are building a house. I was trying to cut our bills down. The first time I went shopping, I was blown away how coupons changed my life. I went to the grocery store, bought $124.00 worth of groceries, and paid only $44.00. WOW!"
"Now, for the first time, my family has 'name brand' foods and plenty more. This past week I was able to donate a bounty of toiletry items for a Wounded Warriors project. What a blessing!"
"The money we save now allows us to enjoy some of the benefits of being retired like camping trips, extended vacations, and taking more trips for mission work. We can now spend time volunteering and giving to others in ways we wouldn't have if we hadn't been challenged to live focused outward."
"I am amazed at the amount of products I have stockpiled, so many that I give to others on a regular basis. I praise God for allowing me to minister this way. There are three elderly couples in my church who enjoy the fruits of my abundance. To hear them say those groceries and other household items are an answer to prayer fills my heart with joy. The soup kitchen, my family, and friends also receive overflows. The best thing is I am staying in my budget."
Q. I'm already busy, and couponing looks like a part time job. Do I really have time?
A. I hear your pain. If anyone thought she didn't have time to coupon, it was me.
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