Tuesday Tip on Frugality– I will offer a tip in regards to coupons, and organization.
Tip #23: Keep a list of your stockpile inventory
I do not like to run out of primary things: Deodorant, Body wash, Paper Plates, Plastic Cups, etc. One of the most important things in learning how to save money is keeping an accurate stockpile inventory. A stockpile inventory is a simple sheet that lets you know how much you have left of an item. For instance, most sales repeat every 6-8 weeks. You must make sure that you have enough of each item.
First, find out what your family uses in a 6-8 week span. List the items in a chart.
For example: Deodorant 25, Bodywash 10 etc
Next, Write down the date and place you purchased the item.
Then, indicate the desired quantity needed.
After that, count how many you have left.
Last, purchase the amount needed.
Finally, indicate the stock up price you paid for the item.
Deodorant: Free Body wash: 49 cents
If you purchase extra you can consider donating.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Erica @ MzCouponn 2 Savvy