Coupons are back in fashion. You can thank the recession for that. But the vast majority of coupons are still recycled without ever being used. So, if you're still coupon-challenged, consider this tidbit from Brett Arends in the Wall Street Journal:
Average saving per coupon: Just $1.44, according to the Inmar report.
Let's assume you spend a minute per coupon.
Saving $1.44 for a minute's effort is the equivalent of saving $14.40 for 10 minutes'.
Brett Arends also points out that it's tax-free money, and that the average salary for American workers right now is about $20 an hour. In other words, get clipping!