Welcome TLC viewers!  Hope you’ve found us after watching Extreme Couponing!  Please take a minute to read this post in its entirety.

You’ve just seen the extreme side of couponing; you’ve seen the POWER of coupons and what can be possible when using them!  Now, stick around and learn how you can implement some of the practices you saw on the show into your not-so-extreme life!  Coupons will pay dividends equal to the time you put in:  whether that’s 15 minutes a week or 5 hours a week, you can save your family major moolah!

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5-Steps to become a Krazy Coupon Lady (or gent)

  1. Get the coupons!  Subscribe to your Sunday paper and get extra copies from friends, neighbor’s, co-workers, coffee-shops, convenient stores or recycling bins!  Can’t wait to start?  Print coupons right now from your home computer!
  2. Organize your coupons!  If you have NO time, get a file box and organize by date.  If you want to create a coupon binder like the one you saw Joanie Demer use, download the 36 coupon-binder categories for free.
  3. Stack-up the savings.  Now that you’ve got your coupons, don’t use them just cause you have them and DON’T buy something your family won’t use!  Wait until the products you use are on sale (at least 75% off retail and stock-up)!
  4. Stockpile!  Now, I’m not saying you need a stockpile like mine or anyone else’s on the show, but every successful coupon-shopper MUST stockpile to some extent! Read more about stockpiling here.
  5. Pay it forward!  When you begin saving loads of cash, it allows you to give back to your family, neighborhood and community!  #1 goal of couponing is to become financially independent.  #2 goal is to give back!  Get creative with giving back:  watch me donate 300 lbs of food to my food bank or watch KCL co-founder, Heather donate toys to a woman’s shelter.