Often we use too much of some cleanser - thinking that's how much we need. Examples include dish soap, shampoo, shaving cream (you get the picture).
Try using half as much, if that works, try halving it again. Ultimately you'll find just the right amount to do the job but not be wasteful!
I use my computer to get reward credits by logging a walk, a blood pressure reading, a blood sugar reading, and a weigh in. I use this site to get maximum savings with the shortest amount of research.
Field Agent is an app (Android and iPhone) that lets you earn cash by visiting retailers and performing certain tasks. A common task is an item price check with a photo. Another task is an audit/scavenger hunt (you have to find a certain type of product and how many are in stock). Pay is usually $3 and you have 2 hours once you accept a task. The app uses your zip code rather than GPS to find work near you. There are some "helpful tips" videos online.
After 5 days, I found 2 jobs within 3 miles. Jobs go fast and notifications are not pushed automatically to your phone.
Bottom Line: If you shop at big box retailers and enjoy taking photos, this is a good income stream.
What money you might be saving, you are wasting two-fold in the amount of time it takes you to properly shop with coupons. It's downright complicated. You have to subscribe to the newspapers, clip, sort, and store the coupons, find the store's deals that week, figure out what coupons can work with the deals, go shopping (often times having to visit multiple stores), and then, additionally, plan out and shop for the things your coupons don't work for (but you still need).
Coupons are meant to bring down the price of name-brand items. But, have you noticed that name-brand items are typically more expensive to begin with? One of my favorite frugal living secrets is that store-brand items are usually made by the name-brand factories.
Most coupons are for pantry items. It's next to never that you'll find a coupon for fresh produce, dairy, or meat ... which is typically the stuff that we go through the fastest, and costs us the most.
Just because something is a good deal -- whether you use it regularly or not -- doesn't mean you have to buy a three-year supply of it.
Stores across the nation have tightened up on their coupon policies.
And most couponers realize their addiction and stop!