Wednesday, February 16, 2011

OTL: We Use Coupons

As a stay at home mom, I think part of my job is to manage our family finances responsibly.  Sometimes it feels like my husband's entire pay check just goes toward paying for the house and the routine bills, leaving very little left over for the little extras.

One of the ways that I try to stretch the budget is by using coupons.  I know I have a lot to learn in this area and I haven't figured out how to maximize the savings yet.  This is one of the reasons I like WeUseCoupons.com.  They have so many resources to help me use coupons from Coupon Previews to an awesome coupon database which lets you search for coupons for your favorite products.  The discussion forums are another way to learn from other coupon users experiences.

In February and March, WeUseCoupons is partnering with Operation Troop Aid to send care packages to US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.  I love how so many people use coupons to donate extra products to so many different organizations.  If you can help by sending products or a donation, please check out the post on the front page of WeUseCoupons for all the details.

For great video clips about couponing, check out 

WeUseCoupons does offer an affiliate program and I am a member.  I will earn a small amount of money each time an affiliate link on my page takes you to WeUseCoupons.  Signing up for the program was very easy and it takes very little work on my part.  If you would like to become a WeUseCoupons affiliate, please enter librarygirlreads.blogspot.com or 541 in the referral area so I will receive credit.

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