Thank you for visiting Frugal in Virginia!
My name is Tiffany and I run this blog! My goal is to help others save money and live a frugal life.
People ask how long I have been a couponer for and I say “All of my life!”
My mother had started training me when I was in pre-school and it had helped me when I went to VCU and still continues to help as I pay those dreaded student loans back!
I started Frugal in Virginia back in 2009 (Previously my blog was named “Young and Frugal in Virginia”) as a way to share my money saving tips with my friends and family. Back in 2010 I was asked by Channel 6 news to do a segment about couponing and the rest is history! I now have over 4,300 Facebook Fans, 1200 Twitter followers and friends that I have made from this blog.
If you are new to this site, check out the following posts to get you started:
I also post store deals, online deals, coupons, frugal tips and so much more!
I also teach coupon classes! If you are interested in learning how to save on your grocery bill-I have been teaching classes for 6 years. I have taught one-on-one and have done classes with up to 350 people! Please use the contact form below to get in contact with me and read my post about my coupon classes.
I welcome any questions and comments you may have! If you have a specific question about any particular post, please post it in the comments below the post.
I also do reviews! I have worked with companies such as ALDI, Martin’s, Kahiki, Purex and several other brands. I would love to work with you!
If you have any other questions or comments that you would like to ask me directly, or if there is something specific you would like to see me write about, you can reach me via email at YoungandFrugalinVA(at)Gmail(dot)com
For media inquiries, advertising information, or to book me to speak at your next event, please fill out the form below. I look forward to hearing from you!
Thank you so much!
As Seen On:
“Five Things you Should Never Pay For” 2011 NBC12 News
“Couponing for Cash and Country” April 8, 2012 Chesterfield Observer
“Forget coupons! Here’s how to snag free products without the hassle” May 8, 2015 WRIC News
“Young and Frugal in Virginia’s Father’s Day Gift Ideas” June 14, 2015 WRIC 8 News
“Ways to Save this Holiday” December 6, 2015 WRIC 8 News
“Coupons 101” January 6, 2016 WRIC 8 News
“Good Morning Richmond Interview with Tiffany Cutts” March 6, 2016 WRIC 8 News
“Three Ways to Save on School Supplies” August 30, 2016 WRIC 8 News
“Learn How to Save More Money with Free Couponing Class” January 6, 2017 NBC12 News
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