Learn how professional Super Couponers Justin and Tessa McNeal have saved thousands of dollars off of their grocery bill! Now in this step-by-step guide they explain exactly how they shop for extreme savings, and teach you all of the tips and tricks that they know about Super Couponing. Save your family potentially hundreds of dollars off the cost of your grocery bill each month with the information in this book. This book will completely demystify the process of extreme couponing and really help anyone that wants to do it. This book will completely demystify the process of extreme couponing and really help anyone that wants to do it. Inside the book, the authors teach you how to coupon the easy way, where to shop for maximum savings, how to obtain coupons, how to organize coupons, how to understand couponing terminology, what stores allow coupons, and much much more. Save your family potentially thousands of dollars each year by following the advice in this book.
Introduction Science does not have to be a scary thing reserved for people who wear white lab coats and work in sterile looking laboratories. Many scientists do not work in a lab. Some wear their favorite jeans, sneakers, and a T-shirt every day. Science does not have to be complicated by math. The basic concepts of science are as important as the math that is usually used to describe what is happening. Science does not have to involve experiments that damage the Earth or aid in making bigger, more powerful guns and bombs. Environmental scientists perform experiments that help the environment. Medical researchers do work that relieves pain and prolongs life. Science can be fun. If it weren't for science, we wouldn't have TVs, arcade games, ovens, TV dinners, microwaveable popcorn, bicycles, VCRs, elevators, escalators, cars, motorcycles, sewing machines, paper, or computers. Science is something that you can do every day of your life-using objects that you find in your house, in your yard, or at a store. When I was a youngster, I always wanted to know what made things work. I liked to do experiments. There were not many books that explained scientific principles using normal, everyday objects. Later on, as an adult, I wanted to write a few books that would help students perform experiments and have fun, while learning science at home. Sometimes it's a real drag to sit and listen to a teacher explain things. It can be much more fun-and more revealing-to perform these experiments and observations yourself. This book is intended to help you learn about science by performing experiments and making observations with items that you can find in almost any housewares store or housewares department of a large department store. You do not have to buy any of the items described in this book-you can examine them to see how they work while browsing in the store. But if you decide to do this, be sure to handle the merchandise carefully. Do not break or destroy the items or their packaging. To write this book, I went to a number of housewares stores and found many items that utilize scientific principles. Some of these items are so simple that you might not realize that there is a scientific basis to them. After you read this book, you might want to take some friends through one of these stores and ask them if they know why certain things work. Scattered throughout this book you will see a safety symbol. Ask an adult to help you whenever you see this symbol. The symbol indicates that the experiment is a little bit dangerous or difficult. I'd hate to see you get discouraged or hurt while you're learning about science in a housewares store!
'Confessions of a Couponer: Real Ways to Save' explores the reality of couponing while detailing how you can save thousands of dollars at retailers like Target, Meijer, and CVS. Cara Harrington, avid couponer and writer for MLRP Media Group, shares the step-by-step process of saving money on everything from groceries to vacations. Readers will also learn about Black Friday sales tactics, the downside of shopping at membership-only retail warehouse clubs, when to buy items at their cheapest, and how to save money without clipping coupons.
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