Stories like this one always fill me with mixed emotions. On the one hand, I wish I had so much discipline. On the other hand, I am really ok with not living quite such a sedate life. What do you think? Share your comments below.
This is the final part in my interview with Teri, the founder and CEO of The Grocery Game and TeriToday.com. As I mentioned earlier, I’ve developed a coupon organization system based on the use of The Grocery Game and the social networking that goes on with other coupon clippers on blogs and message boards, as well […]
This is the 6th question in my interview with Teri Gault, the founder and CEO of The Grocery Game and TeriToday.com. What do you do with all of your expired coupons, or coupons you know you absolutely won’t use? I used to send them to the Military Overseas Coupon Program all the time. Now, I use […]
This is the 4th question in my interview with Teri, the founder and CEO of The Grocery Game and TeriToday.com. If you could share one tip with my readers (aside from using The Grocery Game, of course) for shopping, what would it be? The one tip I would share is to definitely ALWAYS use coupons and […]
This is the 3rd question from my interview with Teri Gault, the founder and CEO of The Grocery Game and TeriToday.com. I’ve seen several news articles recently about a significant increase in shoppers opting for store brands or generics. How do you see this impacting the availability of good coupons and deals for name brand items? […]
As I mentioned previously, I got to sit down and have a fabulous telephone interview with Teri Gault, the founder and CEO of The Grocery Game. Because she was such a wealth of information, I really can’t dilute the interview down to just a few little quotes. And so… we start…. I did a Google […]
I got the opportunity last night to interview Teri Gault, the founder of The Grocery Game, the system that has changed my entire way of thinking about coupons, saving money, and shopping. I don’t tend to be a skittish person, especially when it comes to talking to strangers, but last night was different for me. […]