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Say no to dumpster diving for coupons and extreme couponing
New eBook from the woman responsible for the popular blog, November Sunflower shows people how to shop without the extreme couponing being shown on television.
Staci Gerardi, the woman behind November Sunflower: Frugal Blooms on Long Island found it frustrating to see shows like Extreme Couponing. “I found out that crazy women were offering classes to people that glorified hoarding behavior,” said Gerardi. “A regular person with a family, a job and a life, doesn’t have time to be extreme with her saving.” Recognizing that moms are looking to save money, but not be consumed in the process, Ms. Gerardi decided to do something about it.
Finding Your Frugal Way, is the antidote for those who want to be cured of the fear, anxiety and nightmares that “extreme” savers have thrust upon them. It’s how one extremely busy Mom figured out how to save money without losing herself in the maze of couponing for groceries. There’s more places than the grocery store to save money! Finding Your Frugal Way teaches SIMPLE ways to cut costs in a way that won’t strike fear into your heart that you’ll have to become a full-time coupon cutting, spreadsheet organizing, hoarding nightmare.
http://NovemberSunflower.com is a Frugal Living blog that helps its readers navigate their way through a frugal lifestyle. Staci Gerardi started blogging after friends and family asked her to share her tips, hints, tricks and great finds when she was at celebrations and gatherings. Her family was able to purchase a house on Long Island with just one salary -not too bad since Long Island has one of the highest costs of living in the country! It’s Staci’s goal to never pay full-price for anything!
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About November Sunflower: A blog that provides information to those who wish to spend less, save more and earn cash while doing so. The creator of November Sunflower has written Finding Your Frugal Way due to the high demand her readers have for more ways to save money without going "extreme couponing".