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2016 has been a rough year for me to say the least. I am looking forward to 2017 and new beginnings! Time to share our New Year’s Resolutions with each other and check back in the middle of the year and see how many we followed through with.
My New Year’s Resolutions are as follows:
Pay Debt Down Between 8-10k
Build up Emergency Fund
Focus On Myself More and Not Put Extra Stress On Myself
Not Spend any money on Paying It Forward, can only use items others give me or free items I get from Couponing or any fund raising money I receive.
Make an extra 3,000 in income from side jobs such as book sales, mystery shopping, blogging, or other side jobs.
Complete the 52 Week Savings Challenge which will give me 1,380.00 to deposit at the end of the year…Won’t you join me also:
Try to pay for christmas only using free money from gift cards from couponing, survey sites, etc.
Write another Book
Share your New Year’s Resolutions Below
I am happy to report that I have completed my new book and received my proof in the mail. I absolutely love it! Great Quality…looks Great! My book will be available through Amazon On Black Friday Paperback or Kindle. I recommend the paperback because it would be easier to refer back to on learning to coupon or saving money. This book will show you how to coupon in easy to understand terms, but also give you ways to save money without couponing. This will make a great Christmas gift for anyone wanting to save money or wanting to learn couponing. I will post a link as soon as it is ready to purchase 🙂
Paperback Version: 12.99 plus shipping
Kindle Version: 9.99
Of Course Super Coupon Woman is going to offer it at a Great Price!
If someone would have of told me 15 years ago that I would start a Pay it Forward mission that would lead to donating over $100,000 to my community, I would have thought they must be talking to someone else. At that time, I was the one needing help, hoping and praying everything would go just right. As single moms, we learn to take things day by day doing whatever we can to make sure our children are happy without them knowing the financial struggles we face every day.
Luckily I had friends that pointed me in the right direction of number’s I could call to see if they would be able to help with a bill, food, or maybe a little assistance to pay the rent. Sure, most of the times the answer was no, but what a relief it was when I came at just the right time and they said yes!
I must have had a guardian angel to help me make it through those tough years. I was stubborn, I wanted to be able to do this on my own! The problem was my money didn’t seem to stretch far enough. I only had $50.00 left over from child support after rent was paid.
My children tell me they had a great childhood, so I managed to hide things pretty good. I would always look for free things to do, we would go to the library and park a lot!
Things got a little easier financially when they were old enough for me to get a job, but they became more expensive as they turned into pre-teens and needed all the make-up, and money to go to the movies,and more expensive clothes.
I learned how to coupon in late 2008, and I not only saved money in my own budget but soon began to see how Couponing could help me pay it forward to my community as a way to give back for all the help I had received when I so desperately needed it.
I began to ask my friends and family and even the community to donate their unused coupons to the local food pantry so I would be able to get more items to help those in need in my community. I usually get bored with things quickly, so I wanted to keep donating a priority, so I started creating challenges for myself to reach such as donating $500.00 (keep in mind, I am a single mom so money is still tight) then $1,000 which I reached out to the media to hopefully inspire others to donate to their communities with the help of coupons.
My challenges continued to get larger. I challenged myself to donate a $10,000-holiday donation in retail value for $1,500, that I successfully completed and allowed me to donate over 700 gifts to those in need in my community while achieving an 85% Savings! As soon as I completed that one, I immediately came up with challenging myself to donate $50,000 within a year. (Even I thought I might be a little crazy for doing this one.) I started having some financial issues and was going to call it off, but my friends encouraged me to continue to donate and offered to help reach my goal! I was able to collect 33,500 of the $50,000. I decided to finish the challenge in 2016 and celebrate by Paying It Forward with 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to those in need throughout my community. I am proud to say I successfully completed the challenge August 10,2016.
There have been ups and downs since I started donating, but I have truly started a pay it forward movement which I am proud of and will now be sharing it in my upcoming book to be released on Black Friday 2016, I will share my story and teach others how to coupon and save money which will hopefully lead to donating to their communities as well, called “Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time” I am Super Coupon Woman, but I need some help filling up the food pantries across the nation Will you be the Super Coupon Woman in your community also?
I always work saving money into my shopping trips, but I am just now getting back into extreme couponing again. I thought I would share all the good deals that I caught this week. I have spent more than my budget this month for two reasons. 1) Up until this month, I have tried to spend as little as possible to get my debt paid down 2) We were out of Everything! Now I am stocked up on almost everything for 2-6 months! Hoping for a low spend month in July or August to even out the spending amount 🙂
Did this in two shopping trips:
Spend 30 Get $10.00
4 Ozarka 24 pack water 3.44 each
6 12 pack Dr.Pepper & Pepsi 3/9
Used 6.00 coupon off $30
Used 5.00 coupon for beauty rewards
Received 10.00 Extra Bucks
Bought 2 Lysol 80 Count Wipes 2/10
4 Loreal Shampoo/Conditioner 3.99 Each= $16.00-8.00 Coupons
Recieved 6.00 Extra Bucks
Purchased 2 80 count Lysol Wipes 2/10-6.00=$4.00 OOP
Total Spent: $34.00
Total Saved: $75.00
Purchased: 4 Loreal Shampoo/Conditioner @ $3.99 Each
4 Loreal Styling Products @ $3.99 Each
Used 16.00 MFG Coupons
Received 15.00 Gift Cards to be used @ a later date.
Total Saved: 31.00
5 Colgate Optic toothpaste $3.00 Each
2 Pulsar Oral B toothbrushes $5.99 Each
2 200 Count Advil On Clearance @ $19.58 for both
1 60 Count Finish Powerball Gels@$12.99
6 Reeses PB Cups @ .69 each $4.83
Used: $13.00 in manufacturer coupons
Used: $19.00 in Register Rewards
Total Spent: 33.00
Total Saved: 50.00
4 Carry Out Dog Treats .94 each
8 Herbal Essences 2.50 each
4 Loreal Styling Products 3.99 each
Saved 30.00 plus (Herbal Essence just went on rollback for 2.50 each.
I spent 56.00 @ Albertson’s & Saved $66.00
Total Spent for Day: $162.00
Total Saved for Day: $252.00
Total Spent for Month: $525.00
Total Saved for Month: $650.00
Looks Like Saving @ around 60%
Not the best, but can work on getting saving % higher now that I have built up a stockpile.
Only two things went wrong this shopping trip, I was going to do more of the oral b toothbrushes for more Register Rewards, but register only took the first two coupons, she said they others were different. It was not that important, I just wanted them to get the Register Rewards..Just changed my game plan a little. Second things that went wrong, I spent hours getting a list of free items available at Dollar Tree, but when I got there…they had none of the items! I have one more store to check out, just remember when checking the blogs, they may not always be accurate or your store match up with theirs (this goes for all stores, not just Dollar Tree) Have a backup game plan or be prepared to change thing up if things don’t go as expected.
P.S. I get back and there is a $5.00 off $15.00 in my email…Seriously? Looks like I will be making a trip on Sunday…Hoping for low OOP 🙂