Inexpensive recreation activities are easier to find than you might think.
Recreation doesn’t have to be expensive to be fun! How much are you willing to pay for fun and entertainment?
Where we live there seems to be an endless list of things we do, and most of them cost quite a bit. There often seems to be an attitude that if you’re going to have fun, you’ve got to spend money, and the more money you spend, the more fun you’ll have.
We want to challenge that notion. You can have fun, lots of fun with inexpensive recreation. And lots of laughter … Read more »
Saving Money on watching movies & TV, is something every family and household can do. This awesome page has lots of ideas for you to try today!
Swap Your Movies!
PaperbackSwap.com is a great way to get rid of books you no longer want or DVDs etc. Just list your books, etc. on their website. Then wrap and pay for shipping of your book or DVD to a person who requests it. You will then receive a credit for each book or DVD that you ship. Then you can request a book or DVD you want. You … Read more »
This Family Recreation Savings Ideas Page contains a growing number of money-saving ideas for cutting costs when you look for local fun in your area, go to garage sales or host a party!
1. Garage Sale Entertainment?
You never know what someone wants to dispose of. Just recently I took just a short time and went to about ten garage sales, driving less than eight miles (gasoline is expensive, you know). My main purchases were;
A brass floor lamp in perfect condition (the shade was in the original wrapper) for two dollars;
A window shade with a small fringe and a 10-year guarantee (in original wrapper) for … Read more »
This Kids Play Savings Page contains a growing number of money saving ideas for cutting costs when you recreate with kids! Tips such as story time at the library, mom’s club memberships, sandbox/park toys, & summer activities!
Kids Play Savings with Story Time
We love to take advantage of story time at the library, bookstores, and even some children’s stores. They’re always free and they do a wonderful job with the kids. Chick-fil-a has a story and craft time that includes a free kids meal with adult food purchase. Another place for less expensive but still great quality classes is … Read more »
This Restaurant Hacks Page contains a growing number of money saving ideas for cutting costs when you eat out or bring food home!
We love eating meals at home, but once in a while a meal out at a restaurant is a wonderful treat. And what makes it even more special is when you can get the same meal for a discounted price. This page if full of tips and hacks on how to get discounted food at restaurants.
Please, if you do get something for free or discounted, remember to be generous in the tipping of your server.
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