Them being those moms who save hundreds of dollars couponing.
Also known as Extreme Couponers.
I want you to read this.
I am just at the beginning stages of extreme couponing. And I honestly don't plan to go much deeper into it because I don't have room to carry loads and loads of supplies in my house. I want to be a good steward of what we have, yes. And that includes time and space.
This article is so COMPLETELY exactly what I think.
Here is just a sample.
In the last few years there have literally been thousands of couponing sites that have sprouted up throughout the web. While couponing has been around for decades, the most recent recession and wave of media coverage on ‘extreme couponers’ has propelled couponing into a very popular money-saving art form.But it hasn’t come free of criticism. Coupon critics are quick to point out that many families spend hours to save a few dollars and don’t take the time to calculate how much money they’re saving compared to the time spent on the entire couponing process.The very idea behind couponing is to save your family money, but if you sacrifice spending hours with your family just to save a few dollars each month, is it really worth it?The truth is that while most people like the idea of couponing, they really don’t understand all that goes into the preparation, organization, and research involved with couponing. While there are plenty of resources to teach you how to coupon, the fact remains that you just aren’t going to be an overnight couponing success. It takes a lot of dedication and hours each week in order to save hundreds of dollars each year.
Tim Fraticelli wrote this article for Christian PF (published by Bob Lotich).
Bob and his friend, Jonathan, have created a website called Blogging Your Passion. They have been so incredibly pivotal in my blogging endeavors. I would highly recommend anyone who is considering blogging as a form of income to check out what they have to say.