HI, I’M AMBER BUSTANOBY. I’M A STAY-AT-HOME-MOM OF FOUR, AND LIVE WITH MY KIDS AND HUSBAND IN LYNNWOOD, WASHINGTON.
For over a year now, I’ve been a self-proclaimed “Couponer.”
As money got tighter and bills became bigger, my husband and I began to realize I may have to go back to work. Looking for grocery deals here and there was no longer enough for us to keep up. Knowing our situation, a friend told me about a segment on couponing that aired on NBC’s Today Show. It turned out to be a perfect fit.
Since then, our family has saved enough each month on groceries, toiletries and more that I can stay at home with our kids. Our bills were cut in half – or more.
After I began couponing, I noticed many of my friends facing the same financial struggles we were. So in 2009, I started this blog to share grocery store and online deals and couponing techniques with friends and other extreme couponers around the US.
This blog is a tool for you to coupon quicker and easier so you can get on with the things you would rather do!
Every week I do grocery match-ups so you know what sales are matching with current coupons. You can also search the free coupon database. It is an easy way to make sure you know about coupons in various inserts. I usually post deals about twenty times per day.
If you are new to the coupon world try our Getting Started page.
You can also use the search box in the upper right hand corner of the website to find something else of interest to you.
Couponing has been a great way to serve others. It has improved the lives of my kids and husband and given me a chance to invest in my community. Not only that, but I am meeting more and more great people who are enjoying the benefits of couponing. There’s no turning back now!
Besides couponing, I also love gardening, camping, being involved in my church, and of course, hitting up garage sales.
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