Our Goal for 2012

The Fabulessly Frugal goal for 2012 is to help you attain “Fabulous Living on Less” by taking control of your expenses! How are we going to reach that goal? We have several plans of action in place!


We want you to know that you have control over your expenses! With coupons you can decide what you pay at the grocery store. If you have not taken the time to learn how to coupon… DO. IT. NOW.  With our Coupon Class on DVD.


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Use coupon code TAKECONTROL to save $27 and get our coupon class on DVD for only $10! Yup that is the steepest discount we offer. You do not have to buy our DVD to learn to coupon. We offer plenty of free coupon instruction, but if you want the jump start to get started and you are a visual learner you will want to start with the Coupon Class on DVD.

#2 Set a New Grocery Budget Goal:

This year we are holding a weekly grocery budget challenge. All you have to do is set a goal and you could win a $20 Amazon gift card! We are challenging you to set a grocery goal, be accountable for it by reporting on Fabulessly Frugal and try to save more on your groceries! You can join the grocery challenge each week.

#3 Set a Budget and Track Your Expenses:

The quickest way to financial control is to HAVE A PLAN! When you set a budget it becomes your road map to financial control. You must not stop there though. Balance your account each month to see where your money went and how you are doing on your budget. My dad designed this free budget tool that you can use to set a budget, balance your checking account and analyze your progress. You can download this Free Fabulessly Frugal Budget Tool. I made this tutorial video to show you how easy it is to use.

4. Make a Money Saving Effort Each Day

Monday-Friday we are bringing you simple tips to help you save money. You can make tiny adjustments to your everyday routine that overtime can save you loads of money! Look for our daily money saving tips!

#5 All the Best Deals:

We will continue to work hard to bring you all of the best couponing tips, online deals, freebies, frugal living ideas, frugal recipes, grocery store deals and more!


  • Mandi

    Thanks so much! I have been looking for a budget tool for a few weeks now. I use envelopes and budget most of the money to the penny but I wanted it laid out like this.

  • Lulu

    Tried several times to use the promo code and says it is expire! Just got the email a little while ago!

  • Kim

    Thank you SO much for posting this! I have searched many, many places for exactly this kind of a tool and it was right here! Every other software program has most of what this has, but this tool has EVERYTHING I was looking for! One question I do have is if it’s difficult to add additional categories without messing up the formulas. I’m having trouble getting my categories down to 19. Ideally, I’d love to have 25 categories. Do you know if it’s even possible? Thanks again! I think you said your dad created this – I’m really impressed! I’d pay money for this program!

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