Ready to save?…On the REST of it…

August 11, 2009 at 11:57 pm Leave a comment

Hi yall! Yes, I live in Oregon but we just moved from Texas where I was an avid couponer but honestly it was pretty easy. Most stores double/triple coupons automatically so coming to Oregon where Albertsons and Safeway only double 3 or 4 coupons in each transaction was kind of culture shock. I’ve been stalking coupon blogs of other awesome deal hunters for a few years and I figured maybe my personal shopping trips could help out those looking for local scenarios while I learn about blogging, because at the moment, I know NOTHING.

Here’s my current issue: my stockpile is full of shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, peanut butter, laundry detergent, soup, pasta sauce, cereal, and all things Pillsbury.  Is it just me or is there others out there that say enough is enough? I’m out of space and I really just want my refrigerator to have greek yogurt, fresh produce, organic milk, and Dave’s Killer Bread in it? How do I save money on the things I use every day that don’t have a coupon every weekend in the Smart Source or Red Plum? I’d like to shop at Whole Foods or New Seasons without spending $135 for one bag of groceries (which is a true story by the way, I actually saw a woman spend that much for ONE bag of groceries).

So if you feel like adding one more to your blog roll (I hope I used that right, I’m so totally a newbie), I’d sure appreciate it, and I’ll do my best to keep you informed and entertained!

Welcome to Super Savers NW!

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