Lisa Reynolds, RedPlums Mom-saver-in-chief and host of Viva la Value, is a busy working mom of two young boys who lives and breathes the value lifestyle she talks about during her radio show. Lisas advice? Never buy anything thats not on sale and dont go to the store without your coupons. She gets her love of deal hunting from her mother who she describes as helpful Heloise and from her grandmother who lived through the Great Depression and mailed her coupons for many years. When shes not at work, you can find Lisa cheering for her sons at a flag football game, hosting dinner gatherings with friends and family (using coupons to purchase the dinner of course!), taking chess lessons with her oldest son, and actively participating in her church community. She is also an avid cook with a philosophy of keeping it simple less than five ingredients or meals in less than 30 minutes. She lives with her husband, Robert, and two sons, Robert and Ryan in Northville, Michigan.She is an accomplished marketing executive who received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communications from the University of Virginia and her Master of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Rochesters William E. Simon Graduate School of Business. Lisa is frequently quoted in newspaper, magazine and blog articles, and has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, Forbes, Family Circle, 24/7 Moms Blog and more.Some of her top savings tips:Recycle: Organize a book or movie swap within your circle of friends. You may have grown tired of the item, but to someone else, its brand new. Online coupon codes: Always check online for coupon codes before you shop for clothes or dine out at your favorite restaurant -- you'd be suprised by the great deals you can find to save money on meals, fashion or to get free shipping for online purchases.
Viva La Value - March 201321/03/2013 Duração: 29min
Viva la Value, featuring Lisa Reynolds, RedPlum's Mom Saver-in-Chief, will host its March show from 3-4 p.m. ET Thursday, March 21. Kate Arcieri, Editorial Director at save.com/redplum.com, will also join Lisa on the show with special guest, Sandy Fernandez, a freelance writer covering family, parenting, Latino culture, lifestyle and personal finance - who contributes to many top tier consumer outlets such as Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, Time,Yahoo! Shine, Cosmo and Marie Claire. This month’s show will focus on spring cleaning your finances.
Viva La Value - February 201314/02/2013 Duração: 33min
Join us in February as we talk with Eleanore Wells, contributor to GalTime and Huffington Post and Dana Dratch, who covers personal finance and lifestyle issues for several award-winning news sites, including Bankrate.com and CreditCards.com, as we talk love for less, Valentine's gift and date ideas that work all year!
Viva La Value - January 201314/01/2013 Duração: 48min
Join us in January as we talk with Marcia Brixley, author of The Money Therapist: A Woman's Guide to Creating a Healthy Financial Life. Marcia is also a Forbes blogger and President of Money Wise Women Educational Services. Get more information on Marcia at www.moneywisewomen.net.
Viva La Value - December 201206/12/2012 Duração: 39min
Join us in December as we get ready for the holidays with Kathy Murdock, freelance writer for Everyday Family who covers thrifty parenting/living and fitness; Aly Walansky, a freelance writer who holds several posts including beauty and fashion editor for MyGloss.com, senior editor for LovingYou.com, style columnist for SheKnows.com and a contributor to publications ranging from Huffington Post to StyleUnited to New Beauty Magazine; and Emily Evert, blogger at Emily Reviews, who writes on anything from books to clothing to toys.
Viva La Value - October 201217/10/2012 Duração: 47min
Join us in October as we discuss real people, real savings with Richard Barrington, senior financial analyst at MoneyRate.com and personal finance contributor at the Huffington Post. Richard is a frequently interviewed source on personal finance topics for major publications, including USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, MarketWatch, and National Public Radio's Marketplace.