Friday, January 11, 2013

Couponing for Busy People by Elle Marshall Review

Author: Elle Marshall
Pages: 67
Price: $4.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

I remember clipping coupons at a very early age. To be honest, my mother gave me coupons to keep me busy and so I could work on my motor skills. As I got older, I knew that we couldn't afford some of the junk food items at the store, but if we clipped coupons, I'd have a better chance of getting my beloved sugary cereals. When I moved out, I clipped coupons so my boyfriend and I could save money off our grocery bill. Soon, it became a game and I found it fun to match sales with coupons. Unfortunately, I let things slide because it became too time-consuming with a full-time job and going to college full-time. When I saw the book Couponing for Busy People by Elle Marshall, I knew this was a book I had to read.

Couponing for Busy People gives you inside tips, but doesn't require you to go to extremes in order to save. This book is not about dumpster diving for coupons or knocking down little old ladies for the last bottle of body wash. Instead, this book teaches you have to save money in ways that are quick and easy.

What I loved most about this book were the links to useful resources. Not only will you learn where to look for a list of this week's coupons, but you'll also learn where to find coupon schedules on which inserts will be available in the future. You will also find great links on where to print and buy coupons as well as sites that help you match coupons with sales.

If you want to use coupons, but don't want to invest 40 hours a week, Couponing for Busy People by Elle Marshall is the book for you.

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