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Are You Too Busy To Use Coupons?

August 31, 2017 • dubyadmin

39157_story__couponsTime is money, and no one else knows this more than individuals on a hectic schedule. When you have too much to do and very little time to do it, fitting additional tasks into your schedule will often prove impossible. So while you may be aware that couponing can help you save on your weekly shopping, the idea of browsing different sources in search of coupons can be quite daunting. What you may not know is that even with a little time, you can do enough to impact your finances positively. And this is what couponing is all about.

Plan Ahead

Most people think that in order to save money when shopping, one has to clip every single coupon they come across. Not only would this create conflict in your busy schedule, but spending too much time trying to save money won’t really put you ahead. What you want to do instead is create a simple budget that you can easily work with, even when all you have is a few minutes each week. With such a plan, you’ll be saving money while shopping without sacrificing too much of your time.

To help you focus on hunting down meaningful savings, always:

  • Buy items that you actually want, and try to avoid impulse purchases as much as you can
  • Buy in bulk when you find some goods on sale, but only if the math works out for you. This should help you take advantage of stack-able coupons and limited-time deals.
  • Avoid falling for deals that sound too good to be true

Take Advantage of Technology

Many stores now have digital coupons available online. To outline matched coupons and store sales, all you need to do is use a website that specializes in the area, like the Vapor4Life Coupons website. At such a site, you can figure out which coupons you’ll need, make a shopping list, and even obtain your coupons from your smartphone. There are also other budgeting apps you could use to check your budget and make whatever adjustments you deem necessary.

Ultimately, choosing printable coupons over newspaper inserts means you won’t be spending too much time clipping, sorting and filing them. It gets even better when you have a portable budget — you can easily slip couponing into other tasks, making it work for your busy schedule. That said, don’t be tempted to hunt down deals from too many stores; sticking with a couple of outlets within your neighborhood would be your best approach.

Get Working

Before heading out to do your shopping, first ensure you’ve covered a few crucial rules of the couponing game. First, you must know each coupon’s fine print, store policies, and the rights you have as a shopper. If you do your research properly, you’ll be able to understand the policies laid down by your most-visited stores. As a result, you’ll be able to collect more coupons with time, reaping more rewards with minimal stress.

In addition, visiting forums like Reviews Best will help you understand the intricate language of coupons. This will come in handy whenever you find yourself at odds with store employees. Still, it’s crucial that you always be polite when dealing with managers, even when you believe one of your coupons has been refused incorrectly.


Accumulating coupons for products you frequently use is a great way to score savings without using too much of your valuable time. With this technique, it will be possible to take advantage of deals when your already hectic schedule gets busier. It also helps you save more time by eliminating the need to visit the store for just one or two items, thanks to the backup supplies you’ll be able to keep.

Don’t Overlook The Smaller Savings

It’s easy to see the little pockets of time in your day is not long enough to do anything meaningful. But such moments are all you need to realize significant savings on your finances, especially if you’ve made your couponing simple and portable. You might, for instance, use such breaks to hunt down coupons, as opposed to surfing social media sites. With time, the new habit will become more natural, and your success will only grow.

Many people think about using coupons to save while shopping, but the lack of enough time often proves a challenge. And to be honest, it really does take a bit of time to hunt down and organize coupons. This, however, doesn’t mean that only those with too much time on their hands can reap the savings that coupons offer. There are some clever ways to make couponing fit into your schedule, no matter how busy it is.

Look After Your Body

December 24, 2016 • dubyadmin

Instead of a resolution, make a promise this New Year. Vow to look after your body, not because it’s January 1st and everyone is choosing some new routine for 2017, but because you will feel good. Think carefully about the goals you don’t seem to meet and why.

Typical Goalsnew-years-resolution-list

Almost every resolution begins with starting a diet and workout program or giving up cigarettes and chocolate. Definitely, ditch the cigarettes. Chocolate isn’t so bad, as long as the attitude is a positive one, not addictive. How about exercise, is that a chore? Diets certainly are. They sound good with their promises of weight loss and firm, flat stomachs, but any form of self-deprivation is sure to fall on its face eventually.

Better Goals

This year, decide to set objectives that are manageable. They should show your body respect and lead to better health. One’s goals should not involve self-deprivation and torture. Stop trying to please others and do something good for yourself.

Food Fads

separating-the-food-trends-from-the-food-fads-e1449656803414Let’s start with food. Everyone needs to eat, but eating well is a challenge for many people. They either eat too much or the wrong things clutter their plate if they ever sit down and eat from a plate at all. Under-eating (dieting) is just another way of hurting your body, so that’s not the answer. Anabolic cooking, a trendy way to eat at the moment, is also a great answer for people who want to lose fat but gain muscle.

Anabolic Cooking

Along with the Atkin’s Diet and Paleo cooking, this is a way of getting more protein into your day. Anabolic cooking doesn’t completely do away with grains, but consumers are shown how to get most of their nutrients from lean protein, vegetables, and fruit. The plate is always full and colorful. One benefit is that you won’t feel hungry. Another is that, when paired with exercise, this type of menu makes it much easier to build muscle and promote fat loss.

Even if one doesn’t follow a “diet,” the idea is simple. Avoid simple carbs and artificial or processed ingredients. Instead, each meal should make protein the centerpiece. Avocado, chicken, salmon, and nuts are all excellent examples. Eat dessert, but avoid unnatural sugars and keep the protein count high. Indulge occasionally to prevent binging.

Dreaded Word: Exercise

You knew we would get to the much-feared topic of exercise when discussing a change of lifestyle and body shape. Hearing that exercise is essential and you have to do it only makes most people want to turn and run the other way. It’s like saying “you must go to the dentist”; “must-dos” are unappealing. Instead, look at exercise from a different angle.

Firstly, anything that gets a person out of breath is exercise. A regular routine should involve daily exercise for periods of 20 minutes or more at a time. Ideally, there is a warm-up to start with and a cool-down at the end. One shouldn’t simply pick up the weights and start lifting or tie on a pair of shoes and sprint out the door.

Are these rigors really necessary? No, you can get out of breath by gardening, cleaning, or playing with children. Many people are thin and say they were just made that way but watching their daily routines reveals they are active. Exercise is built into their daily routines. If you already do these things and aren’t losing weight, here are some possibilities.

You could be eating too much. That’s what most people find. Simple math reveals the average person eats more calories than he or she expends during a day or that they even out so a person can’t lose weight. Those calories are also poorly chosen and contain too many refined carbs. Constant hunger is holding them back from weight loss success as a result of the carbs they are eating.

Each body is different too. It might take a different sort of exercise to burn fat from your trouble areas compared with a friend whose fatty spots are somewhere else. The internet and sports shops are loaded with trouble area workouts available for streaming or via DVD. Investigate further if you find that working out at the gym for an hour a day isn’t shifting flab from a trouble spot. You could get more from short workouts that are precisely designed for shifting fat.

You might also have to accept that your body is made uniquely. A six-pack isn’t on the horizon, but your body is still beautiful. Focus on a healthy attitude where you choose to be fit in order to keep your heart, lungs, and brain working at optimal levels.

Hobbies for Health

Weight starts melting away and you discover you love exercises along the lines of group fitness, water-based sports, or martial arts. It isn’t practical to work out all the time, though, and sickness or injury can scuttle your plans too. Have you got any hobbies? These will keep bored hands away from the fridge and, depending on the hobby, could help to promote friendships. Loneliness has a horrible effect on plans to lose weight or stay motivated. Get out and be with people. Discover a hidden talent or interest that provides enjoyment. Being good at it doesn’t matter as long as doing it makes you happy. Join a choir and start singing. Holding a tune is all that matters; men and women with confident voices can tackle the solos.

If you select an individual activity like knitting, find a knitting club and get involved. Women (and sometimes men) get together and chat while they knit and even help each other learn new techniques and styles.


Often, retirees seem to be the fittest, happiest people in town. Their secret seems to be that they keep busy with activities they didn’t find time for when they worked. They take up hobbies or pursue them with renewed vigor. Seniors start skiing and join walking clubs; take yoga classes together and hang out socially. They also give back to their communities. Volunteer work will often be energetic, like working in a thrift store warehouse or looking after babies. Giving back also brings happiness, a key part of overall well-being.

Let’s Do This!

June 9, 2016 • dubyadmin

woman-591576_1920We’ve finally settled on the idea for the site, and look forward to making it happen – all with your input and help, of course!

Actually, we really couldn’t do any of this without you guys, so let’s keep the momentum going, and get moving on loading up the site. We’re psyched to be here, and hope you are too!