Super Coupon Woman’s Book Give Away To Help Celebrate 2018 Pay It Forward Day!

To Celebrate Pay It Forward Day 2018, Super Coupon Woman (Me) is giving away my E-book “Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time where I shares how I went from a struggling single mom to becoming known as Super Coupon Woman. I Started giving back as a way to say thank you to all those that helped me through difficult times starting a pay it forward mission that grew beyond anything I could of imagined, giving back over $150k to her community and still going strong. Learn how to coupon, save money, and start your own pay it forward mission with this inspirational book.

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Join Super Coupon Woman in Low Spend January & February

So I made my New Year’s Resolutions and accomplished a lot last year on a personal level after overcoming many obstacles. I got a little off track during the holidays as many of us do,so to get back on track and knock out my remaining debt, I am committing to a low spend January, February, and possibly March also. I really want to quit living paycheck to paycheck and save 3 months worth of bills and slowly work my way up to 6 months or more. There are many forms of saving, each person is different as to what works for them. I think for myself I need to trick myself a little bit. For example, since I am already used to struggling, would if I struggled a little longer but save that money to get ahead in the future. I haven’t been spending any money since December 25th LOL. Here are some of the steps and techniques that I am using to succeed for my low spend months:

I am a server and have started an envelope called 10 a day for me, so each day I put $10.00 a day in there that I am allowed to use on what I want but it has to include any household needs such as food, toiletries, pet supplies etc. I did have a small stockpile built up and used a $50.00 gift card that I bought for Christmas to get a head start on my plan.

I am buying a $25.00 gift card per week to use for Christmas, If I do not use them all or need them, I can use them for myself.

I am doing the 52 week challenge, but putting amounts in daily instead of weekly, I know once the amounts get higher I may only be able to do one or two per week, but this will help me with my savings goals If I am committed to this goal. This works out to 27 per week if you want a set amount to put up each week. Please join me in this challenge weekly or daily to save money easily https://www.facebook.com/52weekschallenge/

I am doing the daily penny challenge which is the same as 52 week challenge but on a daily basis which will add up to 668.00 in a year. I am on day 170 with the change I currently have. It works out to 12.50 per week if you would like a set amount to put up also.

I am putting 5.00 a day up when I work for a vacation I have planned in July, so yes I am just trying to get in the habit of saving any way I can without knowing I am doing it! I am still searching for even more creative ways to save!

You may ask why low spend? Most people do No Spend..Just those words make us feel like we are depriving ourselves of what we want, by doing low spend and being cautious of what we spend and getting a treat here and there will allow me to succeed with this challenge.

I would love to have some support, please comment below and let me know what your savings goals are and any unique tricks that are allowing you to succeed at saving.

Happy Saving!

Super Coupon Woman

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Enter to win a copy of “Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time” Contest ends March 31st!

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Cutting Hunger One Coupon at a Time by Tina M. Klein

Cutting Hunger One Coupon at a Time

by Tina M. Klein

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Super Coupon Woman’s Get Out Of Debt Journey Update!

Bills As Follows:

Rent 1,170.00

Car 357.00

Insurance 320.00 (100 for Hannah that I am paying until august from first loan I made from her)
Misc: 200.00 (prepaid electric, rental insurance, and credit cards)

Total: 1,997.00

Other Debt:

Amazon: Jan $2,000 June $1,500.00

Capital One: January $500 April $400.00

Capital One: January $500 April $400.00

Target: Jan $800 June: 500.00

Victoria Secret: Jan 750.00 June $400.00

Kohls: Jan $300.00 Paid April 22,2017 🙂

Mom: Jan $400.00 May… Paid:)

Payday loan: January 1,050.00 Paid March 3rd 🙂

Finger Hut Jan $180 May New Debt (Furniture) $1,200.00

Hannah: January 3,225.00 for Deposits, Pet Fee, and Rent, and balance due from first loan
As Of June 1st: 1,225.00

I will be paying all of the rent for the next 8 months starting in March to pay Hannah Back…then she will be paying 500 for rent and insurance, so if I can make it through 8 months…I will be able to breathe again.

Feb Total: 9,690.00
May New Total:5,525.00
Debt Paid: 4,165.00
3 Debts Paid in Full so far 🙂

Valentine’s Special: Super Coupon Woman’s Kindle E-Book .99

Super Coupon Woman is offering the Kindle Version of Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time .99 through Valentine’s Day! If you want to learn how to save money, learn to coupon, and read a great Pay It Forward Story that will inspire you to give back in your own community then don’t miss out on this deal!

Two More Days to Get “Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time” FREE!

Good News to everyone that loves Super Coupon Woman! Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time is Free for 5 days! Snag this deal while you can. If you want to learn how to coupon, save money, and read an inspiring pay it forward story also, this is the book for you! All I ask is that you leave a review and share this post so others can know what an awesome book it is! Amazon even has a free reader app for those that don’t own a kindle! Click below and start your journey to saving money today 🙂

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Take The 52 Week Savings Challenge With Super Coupon Woman to Save in 2017!!!

Do you ever say..I wish I could save money but it’s so hard! Want and easy way to save money? Join the 52 Week Savings Challenge and deposit 1,380.00 into your savings at the end of the year. So Easy…1st week 1.00 2nd week 2.00 3rd week 3.00 etc.

Join Early so you won’t have to catch up…We remind you of the totals and what should be in your envelope every Sunday…So this Sunday there should be 3.00 in there

Finally, Saving Money, A New Year’s Resolution we kept!

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Win a Paperback Copy of Super Coupon Woman’s New Book “Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time”

Enter below to win a free copy of my book that will help you to save money and give you ideas on paying it forward in 2017. Everyone that has read it, says they loved it, and couldn’t put it down which makes me really proud since it took a year longer to write. I am glad I took the extra time to make it turn out better!

 

 

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Super Coupon Woman’s New Year’s Resolutions!

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:

https://www.facebook.com/52weekschallenge/

Try to pay for christmas only using free money from gift cards from couponing, survey sites, etc.

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Super Coupon Woman’s Ups & Downs of 2016!

2016 is coming to a close, and I am really looking forward to new beginnings in 2017. Even though I have made great strides in my Pay It Forward Challenges over the past few years, I have also endured quite a few financial struggles along the way.

The last really good year I remember having was in 2012. Some of the things I have had to overcome include job loss, lots of car issues which included car being totaled, replacing totaled car with a lemon which led to me having to get a new car with car payments to feel safer. (I hate car payments).

This year alone we endured two Wylie hail storms which caused over $8,000 in car damage and at least $30,000 in house repairs which has yet to be fixed since we rent. In May 2016 the business that I own with my ex husband (I know what???) burnt down and we lost everything causing a personal loss of $30,000. Total fire loss was over $300,000 which included several other peoples losses such as our landlord, nephew, and the business next store. Going through these struggles has made me a little down and out over the past few months.

When going through personal struggles especially as devastating as these, It’s hard to see the positive things that have happened also. There have been a lot of positive things that have happened throughout the year also. I was able to reach another $30,000 in donations which included helping 100 children with backpacks filled with school supplies, and over 50 children have Christmas this year and brings my total donations to 125,000 to my community and still going. I had a storage building donated to me from Morning Storage in Wylie, and I finished my book “Cutting Hunger One Coupon At A Time” on Amazon Black Friday 2016 which shares my Pay It Forward Mission, and teaches everyone how to coupon and other unique ways of saving money even without couponing. Everyone that has read it said that once they started reading, they couldn’t put it down and told me how good it was which makes me really proud.

Now that I have accomplished my mission and shared my story in a book that will inspire others to Pay It Forward in their communities, I will be slowing down a little this year and focusing on myself this year, as I tend to put more pressure on myself than I should. For example, I only wanted to do around 25 children for Christmas, but ended up doing over 50 because they were begging me and I couldn’t say no when in reality, I wasn’t too far off from their situation. I don’t think at anytime this year, I have had over $100.00 in my bank account.

 

Maybe since I have a Non Profit, people assume that I receive financial donations but since I am somewhat shy and haven’t had time, at this time I do not. I ended up being overly stressed due to a few people telling me they would send me a financial donation and backing out. There were a few other things that happened that was upsetting and left me feeling taken advantage of. This left me looking for ways to continue paying it forward, but relieving the financial struggles and extra stress as it was hard to meet up with people and when I took on more children, I ended up feeling like I let the families down because I got very few Thank you’s when I tried so hard. So through all this paying it forward I have learned a few things, and am happy to say I have came up with a way to continue paying it forward without all the stress.

 

I will be setting up my storage unit as a mini donation store where people can come pick out what they need, and be using very little if any of my own money. I am only allowed to use what others donate to help others or items I get free while couponing as I have spent between $8,000 to $10,000 of my own money since 2014 to help others which I have loved and would not trade this experience for anything, but know that it is now time to focus on myself and build up some savings for a rainy day. Though I am in great health, I did turn 50 this year and need to be prepared in case of an emergency 🙂

 

In 2017, I will regroup and get more organized, hopefully learn some ways to fund raise to get back on track to helping families in my community for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other needs when they arise.