f you’ve ever seen TLC’s “Extreme Couponing,” you might conclude that coupons are for crazy people. You don’t need a five-year supply of toilet paper, and you especially don’t want to devote 40 hours a week to planning your grocery shopping. How about 15 minutes per shopping trip and $150 in savings? That’s what Stephanie Nelson, publisher of Coupon Mom, did recently, combining coupons, store sales and deals offered by her store’s loyalty card. The proliferation of websites that match coupons with store sales has made saving money with coupons easier than ever. Those same sites offer video tutorials, links to store’s coupon policies, printable coupons and, most important, matchups of coupons to items on sale at most major store chains. For some truly practical tips on cou0poning, read the full story on our sister site, Living on the Cheap.