My Coupon Binder, The V-log

September 23, 2008 at 10:50 am 3 comments

As to the flowery pants…yeah, ignore them, it was a housecleaning day!  For those of you long distance who have yet to be inspired to have had a good laugh with my southern drawl…this should be an especially rare treat. I’m not sure I complete any sentence either, but it’s all about mind flow…either you can zone in with me, or you are pretty much lost.  Best of luck to you!

I looked up the binders.  They are availabe on sale right now (9-23-08) on the website at for only $4.99 in several styles and colors...though if you are going to be a coupon mom…I’m personally all for the hip pink and leapord look.  LOL!   I personally don’t know if I could swing it without that little added extra oomph.  🙂 I can’t tell if they still have the mesh outer pocket, which I’m dependent on…I’d like to see it up close and personal.  Yes, I am a bit bitter that I did not get the matching pencil case.


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  • 1. Paris  |  September 23, 2008 at 11:19 am

    inspiring! I need to get on the ball! thanks for sharing!

  • 2. bellissimanh  |  September 23, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    I loved this! Loved the coupon book, loved the accent… ok… didn’t love the pants, but hey… to each her own, right? 🙂 I’m sure they look lovely with the T-shirt!

    Thanks for sharing your binder… I wish I had more time, and more desire to be more organized. No, that’s not right. The desire is there, the energy to DO something about it is not. *sighs* Who knows… maybe that cute little binder will keep calling my name. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!


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