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This reminds me that there are many good ides, but not time to do everything I think of.

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"Couponing, like any other project, needs to be a regular part of your routine"

One routine that works for me is to take a bag to the charity thrift store every month (Salvation Army here). I don't spend time deciding if I have enough to make a drop off worthwhile, I just plan to pick up what I have and take it away.

I loved this comment (prevention rather than cure) from someone who can only put glass into the trash where she lives
" I try not to buy things in glass containers rather than add it to the landfill."
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