TTOF: Consider helping someone learn how to use coupons

Tuesday Tip on Frugality– I will offer a tip in regards to coupons, and organization.

Tip#33:Consider helping someone learn how to use coupons

 I work at a school. When they found out that I knew how to use coupons, they wanted to learn. Many months ago a few girls asked me to teach them, yet they did not complete my questionnaire. I assumed that they did not want to learn, so I never brought it up again. I do not know about you, but I like to help people save money. I am very interested in my craft and I do not like to play games with my time. I like to let them know that I can help them match coupons to sales, and find the best deal. I know tons of information about coupons, but a lot of people are not concerned with SAVING. I see people spend $10 for items that they can get for $1.00 at the right time. It is always helpful when you are in the store, to leave coupons behind that you will not use. I always leave my coupons behind if I am not using them, especially if they are expiring soon. Someone might rush in to get an item, and not have a coupon. Think about this…Sometimes you go into the store to find coupons, will you think twice about leaving them? How far will you go to help a friend learn? What are some signs that show you that they may not be interested? Leave a comment below.


Erica @ MzCouponn 2 Savvy

“♥SM.PIF.N ♥”


I love to save money! J.E.M.

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