Couponing Made Simple (Christi the Coupon Coach Review)

Christi the Coupon Coach has written a book called Couponing Made Simple with a purpose in mind.  She wanted to help other families learn how to save money by reducing their grocery bills.  As a homeschooling mom of four she knew what a sacrifice it is to spend the time and money on homeschooling and how saving money in other areas could really add up.


So she decided to start saving money by using coupons and decided to share her knowledge with the world through her book.  Her book Couponing Made Simple is available in both a physical form and ebook format.
The paperback version is available for $18.00 currently on sale from it’s normal $20.00 price while the ebook format for kindle is available for $4.99 through Amazon.  The book is 133 pages in length.
The book contains a step by step approach on how to use coupons in your everyday life to save money.  The focus is on buying things you normally use and saving money while doing so.  With the step by step approach it truly is simple and at a level everyone can understand and hopefully utilize.  Initially, this was just something Christi did to help her family save money.  She decided she wanted to share that with others and wrote her book.
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A big thank you to Erin S. of For Him and My Family for writing this introductory post.

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  1. […] If you are looking for a way to start couponing, she does cover very briefly on how to coupon if your family does have some special diets like gluten free, then this book will get you started quickly and simply.  While I wasn’t able to use it like I wanted to, due to store policies and the coupons for items we don’t/can’t use/eat – there was still quite a bit of information to glean and use to save in other areas besides just grocery items.  The book sells for $14.00 for a physical copy or $4.99 for the e-copy.  If you’d like to find out what other homeschool parents had to say about this book visit the Schoolhouse Review Crew blog. […]

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