Still, paying over a $100 for cable but not finding anything you want to watch? Have all the streaming services but only use maybe 2 consistently? There are better ways to utilize your money and make sure you are still not missing your weekly sitcom.
Ahh…the kids are finally back to school or are now settling into their remote learning routines. Maybe you now have the hang of juggling parenting while working from home or have figured out your work schedule to align best for your hectic family schedule.
We have all had the best of intentions for the following Halloween. We all want that unique costume for next year or have plans to make our children the best homemade costume ever. Other times the costume you wanted is sold out or is so complicated piecing it together seems impossible.
Do you want to pay for that much-needed vacation when this is all over?
As a budget-conscious family who often feels the stress of everyday life including the effects of this pandemic, we, along with many people are awaiting our first opportunity to go on vacation.
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Enjoy the small moments, and take lots of pictures.
Parenting can be tough and sometimes it takes reflection on both the kids and parents to appreciate the good and bad times.
Taking lots of pictures of your memories will help to remember the good, especially when times are rough.
Slow down a schedule is nice, but if it’s burning your kids out both of you will pay for it later.
Bring snacks, drinks, and entertainment, especially for long car rides.
Be excited but have a real expectation, Disney Sounds amazing until you are waiting in line for an hour to ride Dumbo.
Listen to what your kids want to do, Set guidelines but let them enjoy themselves and have fun, pushing your children past what they can handle can cause issues.
Try to enjoy yourself, take in the moments, you will not get them back later.
Take advantage of free, or discounted goods and services, there are way more then you could think.