Yesterday, my friend and I went to a couponing workshop held by Jenny from Southern Savers. I've been following Southern Savers for almost a year now, and I still learned a few things. Jenny really knows how to save a buck and she makes it easy for others to save too. All you have to do is go to her website. I don't think I'll ever get down to what she spends on groceries each week, but that's because I am picky about what I buy for us to eat. I don't buy just whatever is on sale (including a lot of unhealthy options) and I don't plan my meals around the weekly sales. I usually make one big trip a month to Walmart and Sam's to buy meat and other things I don't see on sale at the grocery stores or have a coupon for. And then each week, I supplement my pantry with items from Publix and Bilo depending on their weekly ads. I also usually hit Walmart weekly to replenish milk and produce. I have one very close to my house, so that's why I choose Walmart. After the workshop yesterday, I have decided to try and save the most money I can in February and keep really good track of it. I've been saving over the last year, but I haven't really kept track of each penny spent on what, so I'm going to try that out next month. So I'll let you know how it goes! Southern Savers definitely saves me money each time I go shopping! If you haven't checked out her site, you should.