I took a couponing class about a year ago because I really wanted to learn how to save money. I came home with all my coupons and I was ready to go. It was overwhelming and after a week, I gave up.I had the motivation and the tools.Where did I go wrong? I tried to coupon for every product at every store. After almost a year, I decided to give it another try with some changes in my strategy.• First, I picked items that I use on a regular basis. For example, shampoo, toilet paper, and paper towels.• I picked one store and learn how to coupon at that store. Every store has different policies and sales.• I started with small transactions. I did not try to clear the shelves and create a stockpile overnight. It took a few weeks to start a stockpile.I started off small and now 3 months later, I have enough laundry detergent, shampoo, toilet paper, paper towels, toothpaste and tissues to last me a year. I only spend about $20/week. With a little time and patience, you can do the same. I encourage those that want to learn give it a try. Yes, it’s time consuming but it’s worth it.I am not an expert, but I will share my tips with you on a monthly basis to help you save money. These are all just small tricks that worked for me. Hopefully, they will help you too! See you next month!