About Kelly

Kelly Wilson is an author, comedian and obsessed money saver trying to maintain sanity through laughter. She is the author of Live Cheap & Free, Don’t Punch People in the Junk, and Caskets From Costco. Kelly Wilson currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon. Read more about her at www.wilsonwrites.com.

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New Game: Laundry Russian Roulette

Remember how my kids are disgusting? Well, I made a new thrilling game out of the laundry habits of Oldest and Youngest. First important fact: both boys enjoy torturing Husband and me by putting their clean clothes in with their dirty clothes. I think they like to see this one vein pop out in Husband’s […]

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Don’t Forget Coupon Codes

If you’re like me, then you’re going to avoid the mall like the plague and do the majority of your holiday shopping online. Here’s an important reminder: ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS search for online coupon codes for specific stores! There are a ton of coupon codes out there, I’ve been seeing them everywhere. How do you […]

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Red Lobster: Free Appetizer Or Dessert

Enjoy a Free Dessert or Appetizer at Red Lobster when you dine in and purchase TWO adult dinner Entrees. Valid through 12/21/14. Maximum value $12.99. Excludes create your own appetizer combination or seaside sampler or dessert trio sampler. Cannot be combined with any other coupon offers. One coupon per customer, per visit. ~Kelly

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Free Redbox One Night Rental

Get a unique coupon which is good for a 1-night DVD rental, 30-cent Blu-ray rental, or 80-cent video game rental – just text ALAMPE to 727272! One coupon per phone number. Coupon code expires in 1 week! ~Kelly

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Why We Chose Not to Adopt

I ask a lot of questions and rarely get answers that approach anything called simple or easy. Our adoption journey is no different. This year has been one of the more turbulent in recent memory (and that’s saying something considering my life’s trajectory). I started off the year by publishing my favorite piece of writing […]

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