While graduation parties are a milestone for celebrating your child’s years of hard work, they can also get really expensive. Since you’ll soon be venturing into the territory of expensive college living and tuition, here are some ways to celebrate the end of high school without going broke.
If you’re anything like me, the onset of warm weather has you dreaming of elaborate outdoor entertaining. If you have lofty aspirations to entertain in the coming months – but are overwhelmed by lack of time, budget constraints, or you need some neat and attainable ideas – Real Simple has some great tips for easy outdoor entertaining.
With more senior citizens living long and healthy lives, many prefer to stay in their own homes versus joining a retirement community. However, close to 1 million folks over age 65 are treated for injuries related to their home every year. Here are some home safety tips and modifications for seniors that can help keep them safe inside and outside their home.
A really great way to eat healthier, and even save some money, is to pack a healthy lunch every day for work, school, or any other time you might be on the go. Eating out can lead to poorer food choices, high expenses, and expanding waistlines. Here are some ideas for easy, healthy lunches for kids and adults that won’t break the bank.
With the summer travel season just kicking off, your family may decide to take a few road trips. While road trips can be a lot of fun, they can also be stressful if you’re locked in a car with young children for hours on end. With all the fancy portable gadgets out there, you can certainly keep them occupied for a long time with games, apps, and movies for your tablet, phone or in-car DVD player.
There are a number of Americans who have mastered the art of cutting and using coupons. Here is a video from an NBC network affiliate uncovering the “five secret places to find coupons” to help you stretch your hard earned money further.
Many kids in America look forward to the month of June, as it symbolizes the start of summer and the end of the academic school year. Here are my top five summer activities for children, taken from Frugal Dad’s article, “14 Cheap Summer Activities for Kids.”
You have may have heard some stuff in the news recently about sunscreen. I don’t know about you, but I burn really easily, so I was pretty concerned. Maybe I’m pale, but hey, that’s a way better look for me than fire-engine-red and peeling!
If you’re planning some summer travel with the kids, why not consider visiting Michigan? I want to share some of my favorite places that are within driving distance of our home base here in Detroit.
Ah, high school graduation season. If you’re really looking to wow your grad with something extra special, check out these ideas for their dorms that are guaranteed to have them more excited than the last day of school.