Couponing Books by Rachel
Now available! The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Couponing, published April 2012. What’s in it? Everything from…
- Different types of coupons and how to use each most effectively, to
- Stacking coupons to maximize savings
- Earning money back from shopping trips
- Saving money while shopping online
- Couponing for special diets, including shopping for organics and allergen-free items
- Organizing coupons—and organizing the stockpile of purchases
- Finding the deals
- To sharing couponing bounty with others — and more!
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Couponing packs everything I know about couponing into one step-by-step guide, for those of you who are newer to the process, who want a handy reference, or who are dipping into different areas such as apps, online savings, or shopping for organics or other special diets. I hope this also helps those of you who have wanted to get your friends and family into couponing — just refer them to The Complete Idiot’s Guide to help them get started!
Point, Click, and Save: Mashup Mom’s Guide to Saving and Making Money online discusses the best ways to ride out today’s turbulent economic times. It talks about everything from finding and using coupons to their best effect, to playing the grocery and drugstore games, to sorting out legitimate online work-at-home opportunities; it explains how to mash up your money-saving and money-making strategies to find the balance that works for you and your family. The book honors the reality that taking the time in to strategize, coupon, and plan is in itself a job, and the fact that many “stay-at-home moms” also bring in an income through side work. It recognizes that the internet provides our best resource for connecting with each other and finding up-to-date information, coupons, and deals. Lastly, Point, Click, and Save focuses on realistic ways to save and change our spending habits, rather than highlighting exceptional shopping trips staged for tv cameras.
The book is available:
Published June 2010.