In 2005, Sarah Roe's son was diagnosed with a number of life-threatening food allergies. Fed up with the rising costs of medications and the difficulty in finding safe yet affordable food for her son, Sarah turned to couponing. She found quickly that she had a knack for it, and just a couple years later she was teaching couponing classes in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Over the years her business, Money Saving Queen, LLC, has grown and she's made numerous appearances on television and the radio. Per her website, "Sarah encourages families to live a frugal life but to also enjoy life and be encouraged even in the worst of circumstances." The single mother didn't let financial hardships bring her down. Rather, she thrived in the face of adversity.
In this video, Sarah guides the viewer through a tutorial for making homemade baby wipes. It only requires paper towels - quality paper towels, Sarah insists - as well as water and baby oil. Check it out below and follow along if you're interested. This is a great tip for those of you at home who frequently use baby wipes and are trying to save a few extra bucks. What did you think of the video? Would you try this at home? Let us know in the comments section and make sure to share this with your friends and family!