Using coupons is one of the easiest ways to save your family money without a lot of extra work. It’s just a matter of clip, print, or save and use at checkout. Coupon organizing is going to be the first step in making sure that you actually use the coupons to lower your grocery bill.
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Here’s a list of the super easy supplies I use for coupon organizing:
- Label Maker (This is the one I use because it’s compact and handheld.)
- Mini Accordion File Folder (They have so many cute ones out now like this one.)
You may think that the $0.25 and $0.50 coupons don’t make a difference, but over the month it adds up. I think of it this way: even if I only save a couple dollars a month, that’s enough to pay for a gallon of gas, a box of cereal, or that Starbucks drink when I really want to splurge. Just like “Rome wasn’t built in a day” neither is the habit of saving money. Every lit bit counts.
Coupon organizing will make it so much easier to find and use those coupons. This should also help your overall budget because you’ll be saving money. My family uses the Mint app to make it super easy to keep track of our food budget. You can check out my full tutorial on using Mint here.
If you’d like to see my easy 3 step coupon organizing system, I’m contributing over at Living Well Mom, so you can see the whole post and tutorial here.
Coupon organizing is just one of the million ways that makes your house a home by making it feel more organized. I also interviewed 19 experts who share their favorite organizing tips. Click the image below and you can gain access to all their tips in one PDF.
Let me know in the comments how you save your family money each month.
32 Tips to a more ORGANIZED HOME >>>
This FREE checklist will encourage you to:
- get organized today
- think about every area of your home as a zone
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