Spring Break is just around the corner; a week spent with children home from school looking for ways to have fun and be creative. As a parent you want their time spent at home to be quality family time. Plan fun frugal activities ahead of time so that when those adorable faces are staring at you begging for something to do you have a game plan.
Most investors don’t enter the market for pure fun. Whether you’re investing for your children’s college fund or a new set of golf clubs write out your goals. If you are constantly reminded of why you are investing it will help keep your thoughts focused on your goals. It is good to set monthly and yearly goals. A goal I try to set for myself is to earn over 10% a year, which is considered to be the average return of stock investing.
Remove extra furniture that makes the space feel crowded. This is especially important in warm weather. Fewer furnishings make your rooms feel cooler.
Shoppers can stop by Psychobaby to enjoy hot chocolate and cookies, and every in-store purchase receives a free tote bag containing $5 in Crazy Cash, with one special tote also containing a $100 surprise Gift Card.
You never know what will happen in this Halloween board games. Will you be rewarded for winning a pumpkin carving contes? Or perhaps penalized by having to be “Fright Fees”. Be sure to watch out for Baths in your Belfry in this fun and exciting Halloween board game, Boo-opoly. This is a Pancake flipping that everyone will enjoy playing.
Libraries are always holding events for children of all ages. Some have story time on certain days for your younger child and learning centers for your older ones. So ask your local library for a calendar of their upcoming events.
As we rush around in our normal frenetic pace it is worthwhile to keep in mind that in the future your children will be adults looking back on their life. What kind of childhood memories do you want to help create for them? I love this quote by Charles Swindoll “Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.” Let these memories be so special that your children will want to share them with their children.