I confess I have become something of a coupon fanatic. It’s fun to save a few bucks here and there. I am a member of Groupon (aff link) and I mentioned Moolala (aff link) to y’all a couple of months ago. They have finally reached a good sized membership and have started their coupon deals as well.
The trick is to only buy coupons for those things you would normally buy or for activities you would normally do (please don’t buy stuff you don’t need, ’cause then I’d feel guilty). It helps your budget and can help you be a bit more intentional about blessing your husband. I recently snagged a lovely deal at Barnes and Nobles. My husband and I are readers and generally have a hefty book budget, so we added a jaunt to B&N on our errand day. It saved us bucks on something we would normally buy anyway and gave us good couple time (I bought ScreamFree Parenting (which I totally recommend, though you have to read the whole book to get the whole perspective) and The Love Dare.) (aff links)
Adventure is worthwhile in itself. Amelia Earhart
Be generous! Lori <><