Do you have your coupon book or filing system set up now? I did add Baby: Diapers, Formula, and Wipes to my categories. You could also do one for Misc. for thermometers, baby toys, furniture, etc.. Also, under Personal Care: Feminine: you could add Carefree, Playtex, Stayfree, etc. Its your book, do what you want.
Now to answer Kami’s question about “How do you get Up Rewards?” Your next step in this couponing journey, if you haven’t done it already, is to go to all of the stores where you shop and register for a rewards or key card if they are offered. They are called key cards because they fit on your key chain. You might want to get another key chain just for them. These cards are scanned before each transaction to give you discounts (think Kroger card), or to download points or rewards. Some store websites allow you to download coupons directly to them to use during transactions.
When you look in each store flyer, such as Walgreens, Rite Aid, and CVS, products for which you can receive Plenti Points, Extra Bucks, Balance Reward Points, or Register Rewards are listed. When you buy these products, you receive rewards or points back. These rewards or points can be used to purchase other products in that particular store, or with Plenti Points, several other stores. So, if you combine your coupons with items on sale that have rewards or points, you can begin to get items very inexpensively.
More on individual store rewards next time. Otherwise, I will go on all night!