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I’ve had so many people ask me about how I coupon…how I make it work for me…and how to do it while still feeding my family a healthy, well balanced diet. I’ve taken requests to take people shopping… I started a blog!! It doesn’t seem to be enough. At long last…I will be hosting my very first coupon class next week! Although I do not have the location solidified yet… I will start the sign up and let everyone know the locale soon.
Here are the details!
When: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 7 -9pm
How Much: $35 via PayPal before to reserve your spot
There will be 10 spots available for this class. I don’t want it to get too big so that everyone gets a chance to ask questions and get the information they are looking for.
What you will learn from this class:
You will receive printed materials to take with you that outline what is covered in the class. I highly suggest if you have a laptop that you bring it along with you. This will make it much easier to understand and apply some of what I intend to show you. After the class has concluded I will continue to be available via email or my blog to support you in your shopping adventures.
Because this is my FIRST class…I am running a special. If you are a TwitterFriend of mine AND you subscribe to my BlogFeed…you will get this class for $25.
In addition… I will be donating $10 from each registration fee to my “5 Plus 10″ Challenge benefiting the Lawrence Food Pantries.
If you would like to sign up for this class please fill out this form and you will be entered into my spreadsheet. You will receive confirmation from me via email and a PayPal request for the class fee. All of your information will be kept private, it will be entered into my spreadsheet and not visible to anyone else. I will not use your email address for anything other than correspondence regarding the class you are registering for.
I have been clipping coupons, shopping deals and blogging it for over a year now. I have reduced my family’s grocery/supply budget from a whopping $900/mo to $300/mo. We currently have enough food storage on hand to hold us over for at least a month if for some reason our budget was restricted. In addition to blogging about my frugal ways I am co-founder of the Wii Mommies, a virtual fitness support blog and forum. I am a contributing writer at MomSpark and a member of the Momeo 21.