Five Ways to Have Fun for Free

By: Jessica Azar As I mentioned in Saving Money and Having Fun, Too! Our family is trying very hard to cut out wasteful, mindless spending because, although it’s seriously fun, we are not meeting our savings goals when we have the means to be putting a serious dent in them. In attempting to do this, I’m seeking every possible way I can to find fun things for the Herd to do that don’t cost much money or (even better) any money at all. It’s requiring more effort on my part, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing… It keeps me more engaging with them and less time mindlessly playing on social media (which I love and isn’t ALWAYS just playing, but still… They deserve more of my divided attention). So here are my latest attempts to provide fun on a budget… I present Five Ways to Have Fun for Free. 1) Bubbles What kid doesn’t like Bubbles? I decided to go to Target at buy each of the kids a Bubble Wand (they were $.99 each), a toddler bubble bucket with wands for LLL to make it easier fir her and less messy ($5) and a huge jug of bubble…

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