Is saving money hard to do? Well, yes it certainly can be when you're not motivated. One great way to achieve a goal is to have a visual reminder of the goal which can serve as a daily motivator. Today, we're going to look at some great ideas for money savings jars that may very well be the push you need to stash money away for that weekend getaway or whatever your heart desires. Unsure about what to save to for using a money savings jar? . . .
Easter crafts are just plain fun to do AND fun to display. I loved doing them with my son when he was younger. It wasn't that long ago and I still have some of his finest projects that I refuse to recycle. I came across some beautiful Easter craft projects for toddlers that were just way too cute to pass up. I really don't think it matters if your child is still a toddler. Work on these awesome projects with your toddler, elementary age child, . . .
We’ve finally come up with a way for our pre-teen (12 year old) to consistently earn money for his expenses while simultaneously taking some of the pressure off his parents to make every single event a lesson in personal finance. We’ve gone from automatically opening our wallets to pay for movies, skating, middle school sporting events and dances (yes, school dances) and sweet treats to making the phrase “It’s easier to spend someone else’s . . .
Summer’s almost here and you’re committed to making more great memories with your family but you’re also committed to paying off financial debt. Don’t fret. Your family can still have a great summer. While searching for ways to fill our summer calendar we found loads of free and inexpensive ways to enjoy ourselves. Get out your planners people! Summer Movie Days Cinemark and Regal Cinema offer discount movie days. If history is any . . .