Everyone has at least heard of the fancy trick known as price matching at Wal-Mart, but there are some people who are too nervous to do it, so they just don’t. There are also some people who try to take advantage of the system and…Read More
A few years ago if some one was talking about a coupon, it was probably a “grandma” who was saving an extra dollar on food for her cat. (Sorry to be so stereotypical!) Now though, if there is mention of coupons, the words could be…Read More
There’s been a lot of heated discussion about the latest “steal of a deal” going on in the world of price matching. Dollar General currently has a deal for $9.50 for a package of Pampers diapers, any size, any count. The image included with this…Read More
Many people have been speaking about all of their “free” toothbrushes they’ve been getting lately because of the awesome high-value $2/1 Reach toothbrush multipack, but some of those purchases, while free, were also FRAUD. The number one definition for the term fraud in the dictionary…Read More
No, I didn’t just put some random letters as the title of my post, those letters mean something. NCP stands for the National Consumer Panel. What is it? NCP is a program that requires you to scan your store purchases each week, then you transmit…Read More
I get asked a LOT about toilet paper at my classes, more times than I can count. Trying to explain how to calculate toilet paper though; it’s a daunting task. I’m not saying I understand the process, I totally get it. I know how to…Read More
One of the most popular questions I get asked at my classes is… How do I categorize my coupons? Honestly, I put them into different categories based on what is easiest for me to find. When I first started couponing, I didn’t want to have…Read More
I have had some new followers since I made this post and I think this is just very beneficial information. You don’t necessarily have to sign up for coupons.com in order to get better deals, but there is a positive about creating an account. By…Read More
Our household consists of four children: a 10-year-old boy, two 6 1/2-year-old girls and a 19 month old little boy. I almost assumed that our 10-year-old had decided he was too old for the hunts, but all of my kids are pretty smart, they never…Read More
A company decided to post an ad for a job with the title “Director of Operations”.
Although it turned out to be a prank, no one knew until the end.
There was a pretty intense list of requirements for the position:
• Standing up almost all the time
• Constantly exerting yourself
• Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week
• Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary
• No vacations
• The work load goes up on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and other holidays
• No time to sleep
• Salary = $0
Although the ad received attention from 2.7 million, only 24 people inquired. They interviewed via webcam, and their real-time reactions were captured on video.
Make sure to watch the video until the end. It will definitely hit home.