Monday, March 3, 2014

Shopping Planner for New Moms Review (Free Coupon Book!) #ShopperIncite

*Disclosure: I received the Shopper Incite Shopping Planner, and will receive an amazon.com gift card, in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own.
 

I'm not a 'new' mom anymore, but I still appreciate this Shopping Planner from Shopper Incite!  This little book contains coupons/promo codes for some great products that I used to get when my kiddos were little, so I know 'new' moms will be sure to like them as well.

Small enough to fit in your purse.
 Lansinoh lanolin lotion and disposable nursing pads were a MUST when I was nursing!
 As toddlers, the kids LOVED those Gerber Puffs!
Besides the coupons, there are promo codes for percentages off from places like Zulily and Crane Humidifiers.

I also LOVE the Menu planner/shopping list section!  There are 11 pages, so 11 weeks of planning!  This is actually how I plan my weeks meals already, but using a dry-erase method... :-)
Below each of the menu planner are some great tips and recipes!  I can't wait to try the 'Homemade Baked Fries' recipe using things like parmesian cheese and garlic salt...sounds yummy!

Be sure to sign up for the FREE coupon book/Shopping Planner and check out all the greatness in it for yourself!  What's even better is the more people who sign up to receive it means the more coupons they'll be able to provide in the future!  Just fill out the form below:

2 comments:

mail4rosey said...

This does look like a handy planner! Looks like a lot of thought went into making it.

I just saw blueberry zucchini bread on your sidebar, yum. I'm headed over to pin it!!

adson stone said...

As a frugal mom of 4 with over 20 years of experience shopping on a budget, I have tested just about every level of grocery coupon use that a person can do; from all, to some, to none, and back again. Coupon use will vary depending on people's circumstances. I have known many people who refuse to use coupons because they feel they just don't have time. As a working mom myself, who barely has time to shop for groceries, let alone clip grocery coupons each week, I truly do understand. Yet, not using a grocery coupon on an item that you're going to purchase anyways is just like throwing money away. Yes, it does take a little time each week to clip the coupons and take them to the store, but just like earning money takes time, so does saving money!
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