With a growing family, a rising cost in prices and a $200 a month budget for groceries and other household supplies, Tonya DeRose knew she had to change the way she shopped and how she spent her money.
The mother of two took a direct approach to the problem, she learned about couponing.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
“Two years ago, I became a stay at-home mom after having our daughter,” DeRose explained. “We couldn’t afford daycare, so I had to make my own money, that’s where coupons came into place.”