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 post on The Easiest Way to Grocery Shop 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. Continue reading “Modern Day Couponing – The Digital Way”
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If you’re like me there’s no greater place to shop than Target. You’ve heard the jokes about going in for one thing and coming out with 20. (It’s no joke) I will confess there was one time I left Target with nothing. It was a sad day. A couple of weeks ago I lived the dream of wandering around Target, alone, Starbucks drink in my hand and time on my side. It was a good day.
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 REDcard to me. Lightbulb! Why didn’t someone explain it to me this way before? Continue reading “The Target REDCard Explained”
About 9 years ago while driving home from work I happened to stumble upon a radio program that caught my interest. A young girl had called in with a problem and I listened as the radio host patiently and practically walked her through the problem and led her to an answer that seemed pretty basic and simple. He called her out on any excuses she tried to come up with for not achieving the solution to her problem and reaching her end goal. That was the first time I heard of The Dave Ramsey Show and the man who has been at the top, down to the bottom and right back up again. After listening for a while I bought his book “The Total Money Makeover”.
Being a systematic person I love following a program. Reading his book and listening to the debt free screams on the radio got me really excited. Continue reading “Getting Financially Fit”