SS? B1G1? RP? WYB? Nope, these letters aren't the newest slang for the latest round of hot boy bands (anyone remember BSB and NKOTB?). They do represent, however, just a sample of the types of abbreviations associated with the world of super-couponing.

If you've recently dived into the art of maximizing savings by combining coupons with sales, you've probably checked out some awesome websites devoted to this subject.

I love living in this age of the internet where, at the click of a button, there is a vast array of info on just about any topic. Everything is at your fingertips 24/7/365, and super-couponing is no exception. In my quest to combine coupons with sales for savings on household products, I've come across several websites that are virtual bevies of awesome couponing information. In short, utilizing these websites has greatly helped my efforts, so I'm giving a shout out to them today…and passing them on to you!

Couponing to Disney

As you know, I've been trying my hand at super-couponing, combining sales with coupons, in an effort to stretch my family's budget. I have made no secret of my attempts to be super-thrifty, and as a result, I have received many questions from friends and family regarding all aspects of my forays into the couponing world. Here I've put together my answers to some of the most frequently asked couponing questions.

Q: Why bother? There are no coupons for what I buy; I won't save any money by clipping coupons. Couponing would therefore only be a waste of my time.

Whether you've watched the newest reality show dedicated solely to the topic of extreme couponing or not, there's no doubt couponing is a hot topic (as well as a hot button). I have to admit, I am fascinated by those multiple carts full of products worth hundreds of dollars and the extreme couponers who nab the stuff for next to nothing.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I'm starting to "super-coupon." This idea of combining coupons plus sales to buy items at a much lower cost isn't new and isn't rocket science (thank goodness!), but it does take a little getting used to, especially if you've been a casual or occasional coupon user like myself. We've already discussed exactly what super couponing is, so now we'll take a look at where you can get those neat little squares of savings.

Recently, as some of you might recall, my "Savings to the Extreme" post mentioned an "extreme couponer." To refresh your memory, this man clipped coupons like some of us breathe air. The documentary-type show followed him to a grocery store where he stocked up on all kinds of products at really low prices, like 80 bottles of hand soap for just over a quarter each.