Through all the devastation happening here in Texas with the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, I have been amazed at the outpouring of community support. Shelters are overflowing with donations. Volunteers are lined up to help. People are coming from all over the country to help those in need. It’s just amazing to witness. Before you head to the store to stock up on supplies to donate here are a few ideas on how to make your donation dollars go further.
If you’re ready for an easy, almost effortless way to save money, put down the scissors and pick up your smart phone. Today I’m going to share with you three of my favorite apps for “couponing”. If you read my Simple Grocery Shopping System I briefly touched on two of the apps I use to save at the grocery store. I’ve got full details for you today to help you save at the grocery store and so much more with digital coupons and apps. Continue reading “Modern Day Saving with Digital Coupons & Apps”
At the end of every Target trip when you’re checking out you’re always faced with the same question, “Would you like to apply for a Target REDCard?” Now I’m a Dave Ramsey Girl so my automatic response is always “NO” ( see post on finances if you’re curious why). Until one day a friend explained the Target REDcard to me. Lightbulb! Why didn’t someone explain it to me this way before? All the money saving benefits and how the Target REDCard works. Continue reading “The Target REDCard Explained”
In order to win with money you’ve got to have a plan. People who successfully lose weight and reach fitness goals usually follow some sort of exercise or diet plan. The same is true for your money. If you want to get financially fit you need a plan for your money. This is the plan that worked for us.