Now that I am an avid couponer, I go through inkjet cartridges regularly. There is the option of refilling cartridges to save money. Walgreens, Staples and Office Max all refill cartridges. However, I’ve heard that the print quality isn’t as good once it’s refilled, but I don’t know for sure since I haven’t tried it. And I don’t want the messy task of buying a kit and refilling cartridges myself.
GrocerySmarts is a great resource to help create your weekly shopping list. It shows which items are on sale at stores nearby you, and which coupons to use with the sale item. I use this every week before I head out to the store. Go to GrocerySmarts.com Select your state Select a store Follow the directions at the top of the page to highlight items and then print a list you can take with you to
Below are couponing tips that I’ve learned since I first began couponing. Some of you may already knows these tips, to others, this may be new. Print coupons in black and white. Set your printer default to only print in black and white. This will save money on ink, since it’s more expensive to print in color. Print 2-3 coupons per page. After you print one coupon, turn the page over to
I meant to post this right after Thanksgiving, but I didn't get around to using our leftover Turkey in the freezer until now. This turkey or chicken pot pie recipe is a family favorite. I make it every couple of weeks because it's so easy to put together. Turkey or Chicken Pot Pie 10-inch double crust pie pastry (see recipe below) 2 cups turkey or chicken, cubed and cooked 2 cups frozen
I've had a few people ask me if I have any tips on how to get started saving money. So I'm going to start posting information every so often about money saving tips. The first tip on how to get started saving money is just to start clipping coupons.You need to begin somewhere, and clipping coupons is a great place to start. I have to admit that before I started clipping coupons, I used to think