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The Ultimate Guide to Penny Pinching

The Ultimate Guide to Penny Pinching

The Ultimate Guide to Penny Pinching How to be financially prepared for the holidays. I know some of you are going to think this is crazy, especially since it feels like we just entered our summer season, but the truth is that Christmas is 140 days away. We all know how quickly time flies and it will […]

There’s No Shame in Couponing!

I know people who won’t use a coupon for a restaurant because it’s “embarrassing” or seems “cheap”. Unless you are trying to impress your new date, don’t hold back. Restaurants put these out to DRAW your business, so use them! I am a Flowing Tide “buy one entree get one entree free” junkie. If I don’t have a coupon, I will still have my hankering […]

No shame in couponing!

I know people who won’t use a coupon for a restaurant because it’s “embarrassing” or seems “cheap”. Unless you are trying to impress your new date, don’t hold back. Restaurants put these out to DRAW your business, so use them! I am a Flowing Tide “buy one entree get one entree free” junkie. If I don’t have a coupon, I will still have my hankering […]