Kate Gosselin, mom to eight children (nine, if you count the big baby she divorced), is rocking some hair extensions and a new gig as a coupon blogger.
The reality star alum, who's Jon and Kate Plus 8 (Kate Plus 8 after the divorce) kept us glued to the edge of our seats as we watched a family dissolve before our very eyes, has taken a position at CouponCabin.com as a contributing blogger.
Gosselin will contribute a weekly blog on couponing tips and ways to make the family dollar stretch, starting November 22nd.
"No matter what your financial situation is, there's no reason not to use
coupons. It's like free money in your pocket!" said Gosselin. "I'm thrilled to
lend my expertise to CouponCabin.com, where you can easily find the best deals
on practically everything."
We can't wait to read her blog to find the latest ways to take 20 bucks and turn it into $500 worth of overly processed sodium laden canned goods and frozen pizzas.
Honestly, if this woman can feed eight kids on a blogger's salary she's a genius in a tight pink sweater. Because we need to look under our couch cushions for spare change to order a pizza.
While you we wait for her first blog post, feel free to relive one of our favorite Kate moments. While camping with Sarah Palin in Alaska, Kate melts down "Why would you pretend to be homeless?", Kate asks. "There are no paper towels, no hand sanitizer". Maybe if she had some coupons......
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