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I have a confession to make: I’m actually not great at doing crafts with my kids. It’s not that I don’t love crafting or that I don’t realize the benefits of crafting for kids…But there’s a slew of other reasons craft-making (including sponge painting for kids) usually gets pushed to the bottom of my list. I’m not good at coming up with fun ideas…I don’t have time to buy the supplies…I don’t want to clean up yet another mess… However, when inspiration strikes—i.e. my kids come up with a craft on their own with stuff we have at home, or we receive a kit with a preprepped craft all ready to go—we are all over that like, well, a toddler on a tube of glitter glue. One of my closest friends is the exact opposite of me in this regard. In her home, every day is craft day. She even…

With the holidays coming up it’s nice to set aside some extra cash for activities or gift giving. This post from Ava Adams helps us do just that with awesome ways to save money on a tight budget this fall. Read on for her money saving tips to not only save money, but also celebrate Halloween and Christmas without breaking the bank. As we transition from the summer to the fall, it’s a great time to save money. With back-to-school and the holidays around the corner, you may feel like you’re spending more than you’re saving. The good news is, you can still have fun during the fall months without blowing through your budget. We’ve put together a list of ways to save money on a tight budget through all of the fall events and holidays. Read on and get ready to start saving money. 1. Savings on Back to…