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Have you ever tried a no spend weekend with yourself or the family?
I don't know about you, but I feel like we need this from time to time. We spend so much on ourselves -- and our children in particular -- that we all should take a break from spending.
So, here are a few ways to have fun, but make it a no spend weekend! This can help all of us stick to the budget -- especially if it's toward the end of the month and we're about to be in the red!
Enjoy this post, bookmark it, refer to it often, and let us know what you do for your no spend weekend.
Found from Mama Bear Martin
Found from Adrienne J.
Found from Yaz @ The Wallet Moth
Found from The Budget Mom
Found from Allan @ The Practical Saver
Found from Centsibly Rich
Ready For Your No Spend Weekend?
I know it's crazy to think about not spending a dime over the weekend. Yeah, it's hard. How easy is it to just whip out the credit card and go to town at the drive-thru?
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