|Seriously? ... Where do you sleep???|
Let's just hope these ladies have a good relationship with the local food bank or church and are able to donate whatever they don't need!
So, just to clarify, I am NOT an "extreme couponer", nor am I suggesting that you try to become one!
I certainly don't have the desire or the time to commit to making such enormous hauls (not to mention, my hubby would probably have me committed if I stockpiled cans of soup in the master bedroom).
HOWEVER, I have seen first hand that if you are really interested in saving money on groceries and toiletries, and you can commit a couple of hours a week to clipping and planning, then you CAN save some big money!$!$!$!
I look at it as a fun hobby that's very gratifying and SAVES money!
And it's a much safer hobby than this:
I started couponing in earnest on January 1st of this year. I have saved somewhere in the neighborhood of $400/month, and cut my grocery bill by more than half! I do NOT have huge stockpiles of anything. I buy what our family needs. IF I have extra, I donate it or use it for my kids' school events etc... YAY!
Happy Thursday and Happy Savings!!!