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by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 08/28/16

I've spent a lot of hours working  on this website, gathering information, doing survey's and really wanting to help everyone I can.

There are 20--DIFFERENT--pages,  Coupons, Coupon Codes,  Auto, Jobs, Education, Milliary information, Medical, Sports, Tickets, Party supplies, 

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by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 07/28/16

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Most couponer's usually go to several places to collect coupons.  Now you can go to one place and find over 25,000 coupons.   There FREE! 

Food Temperatures/expiration dates--1

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/16/16

            Pantry |Room  Refridgerator|FreezerTemperature 

Refridgerator|33°F-40°F                                              Freezer|32°F
                                       Bread & Cereal Products
Baked quick breads         4-5 days         1-2 weeks         2-3 months
Bread                                 5-7 days         1-2 weeks         2-3 months
Bread crumbs/croutons   6 months
Cereals, ready-to-cook     6 months
Corn meal                          1 year              18 months        2 years
Doughnuts                         4-5 days            3 months
Flour, all-purpose, white   6-8 months       1 year           1-2 years
Flour, whole wheat            6-8 months      1-2 years
Pasta                                      2 years
Pies and pastries                  3 days                                  2-3 months
Pies and pastries, baked                                                   1-2months
Pies and pastries, cream-filled                   2-3 days          3 months
Pizza                                                              3-4 days        1-2 months
Rice, brown                            6 months
Rice, white                              1 year            6-7 days          6 months
Tacos, enchiladas, and burritos,                 2 weeks          1 year
Waffles                                                           4-5 days          1 month
                 Pantry |RoomRefrigerator|FreezerTemperature 

Refridgerator|33°F-40°F                                               Freezer|32°F
                                 Packaged Foods & Mixes
Biscuit, br.,muffin mixes  9 months
Cakes, prepared                                      2-4 days             2-3 months
Cake mixes                     6-9 months
Casserole mix                6-12 months
Chili powder                   6 months
Cookies, packaged        2 months         8-12 months
Crackers, pretzels          3 months
Frosting, canned            3 months
Frosting, mix                   8 months
Fruit cake                                                 2-3 months            1 year
Hot roll mix 18 months
Instant breakfast prod.   6 months
Pancake/piecrust mix     6 months
Pancake waffle batter                               1-2 days                3 months
Toaster pastries               3 months
Sauce and gravy mixes   6 months
Soup mixes                       1 year



by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/08/16

Stock piling takes organization and space. Yes, its nice when your short of something, money's tight, you know that your groceries are there.  Be safe thou!

What To Stockpile 
Stockpile only the things your famiy will use, its not a savings if it just sits on a shelf!

Key steps to take:
Make a list of items you will use in a month. 
Check grocery salespapers to see what items are on sale
Check the sale prices with coupons for purchasing
Record your savings 

What Not To Do
Remember, the point is to save money and build up a reserve of useful items. 
Store items that will quickly spoil.
Check of expiration dates.Once a month is good!
Buy things most members of your family won’t eat
Buy more than you have room to store.

Stock pile storage

You will need space to store the items your going to stockpile. Somewhere cool and dark. Heat and light can add to food deterioration.
Basements provide protection, have enough room to set up metal shelving units.
Other's use a portion of their garage, for paper products and toiletries, not the best for food storage if you live in a warm area.
Make sure its sturdy, safe, and easy access for you. Groceries get heavy fast!

How To Organize Your Stockpile
How you store the food is as important as your collection of stockpile. A monthly rotation of foods is a must in stockpiling. This keeps expiration dates in updated.

Put dry goods such as cereals,snacks,etc in seal able plastic containers eliminating bugs!.  If your concerned that water damage might occur or if you live in a flood area, make sure everything is on higher shelf's.

Below please find an esitmate time line for products in storage!


by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/08/16


Collecting Coupons
You need to first set aside a few hours a week to find new coupons. You'll find free coupons in the mail, newspapers and on the internet. You can fine alot of coupons on the internet, so most of your time is spent looking through coupon websites.  Save those sites in some kinda of file--it makes the next search so much faster! My advice is to first gather as many coupons you can from various sources, then sort through them one by one. There are also,  websites that upload electronic coupons directly to your store rewards cards.

Grouping coupons
You will need to find out a way to keep tabs on expiration dates and maximize your coupon grouping.  Don’t rush to use the coupons immediately. In order to use coupons effectively, you will often have to use them at a later date to combine with store sales. Be aware of the expiration dates, you don’t want good coupons to go to waste.

Start a system
List all multiple coupons you have.  Make a plan to combine store coupons with manufacturer ones to increase savings. Take advantage of stores that double 
coupons for even bigger savings. Compare your coupons with the sales ads. Write your shopping list and ensure that you have the right coupons for the items included.

Stacking coupons
Combining coupons is known as ‘stacking’ and is one of the main goals used by Thrifty couponers to save big bucks. Store sales coupon ---Manufactoring
coupon.   Your favorite store is having a sale, 10 for 10, your coupon reads $.50
off.  The coupon doubles--you get the item free.  Or you have a store coupon for 
$.25, a manufactor's coupon for $.25--put them together/doubled  makes a dollar. Making that item free!

Bulk buy at bottom prices
It is essential to know when prices hit rock bottom. A general rule ,the 6-8 week cycle. Take notes of which products go on sale, That way you know that is the lowest price for that item. Keep a record of prices during sales to help you determine the best time to stock up.

Bulk buying
When buying a large quanity of items---contact your store manager, so he or she can order more of the items you need.  This leaves items on the shelve, making everyone happy.  If you have coupons for the items ordered, let the manager know, so the cashier is aware and the items can be brought out, when picking up..  Makes your shopping smother.

Loyalty program
Signing  up for store loyalty programs, another savings. Some stores won’t allow
non-members to shop at sale prices. You won’t be able to use on line special
coupons unless you become a member.

There are stores that accept coupons, don’t double or triple and limit their offers to store brand items.
Manufacturer coupons up to a certain value are doubled at some grocery stores.
You may use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item.
If the store is out of any item you planned to buy, ask customer service for a rain check.

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      I started this website for so many reasons. It was started so my family, friends and loved ones could save money. 
      Secondly,  the elderly,  disabled, and low income are struggling due to so many reason's. (Way to many to post.)
      We also, have veteran's needing homes, foods and support.  They gave their time for us and I want to help them.
       In searching for research I found sometimes you have to go to tons of pages to find what your looking for.  Not anymore.  Large print.  Large ads! 

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