Friday, August 19, 2011

VLOG: Why Using Coupons Doesn't Mean You Feed Your Family Chips and Cookies for Dinner.

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  1. Thanks for clarifying that you aren't topless! That was going to be my first question!
    Sadly i think your Skins kicked our butts!
    EFF the haters! Keep doing what your doing, i think your doing great!

  2. As a fellow "coupon mom" I know not all of them are crap (granted some of them are).

    Nutritious food items I often buy with coupons include: yogurt, cheese, eggs, milk, steamer veggie bags, peanut butter, whole wheat bread, rice, orange juice, chicken, fruit cups, salad bags, cereal (Cheerios), and lunch meat.

    I actually started using them BECAUSE of your blog and I have saved HUNDREDS of dollars…mostly on Harris Teeters super double days.

    So thank you! And I think you have busted this stereotype ;)

    P.S. Your menus are awesome! I have taken several recipes and all of them were yummy!

  3. @Sarah - Sorry I didn't see your comment a few days ago! Thank you so much for the encouragement, as always. You rule.

    @Katie - You are so stinkin' sweet. I am SO glad that you've been saving some moolah. Thanks for reading! It's really encouraging to hear from my friends.

  4. I make my own pasta. Dont be scared to make your own pasta Suzie its really easy, and messy but fun, and tastes 450% better than the boxed stuff!!

  5. @Sev: I am officially impressed by you! And I will definitely try it ASAP :)