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This trendy, soft long sleeve striped tee is now reduced by 70% and is selling for only $7.49. The shirt comes in 3 colors and there are still plenty of sizes left. The shirt is made out of 60% cotton and 40% modal for super soft and relaxed look.
According to the National Retail Federation, the average family with school-age children will spend an average of $230.85 on fall sweaters, denim and other chic pieces of attire. Wondering how you can spend less? Here are 6 tips that will save you some cash:
1. Take Inventory - Before you ever head out shopping, the first thing to do is evaluate your children's current clothing and consider what you have and what you need. Check what still fits and if you have any hand me down clothing from other children. This will cut down on the number of items on your to-buy list. You can then allocate your clothing budget across the remaining items you need to purchase.
Kids grow out of their clothes way too fast! And buying new clothes
for your kids all the time can be quite expensive and unrealistic.
By being a little creative and strategic, you can save money while
keeping your children clothed. Here are 10 ways that you can save
money on summer clothes for your kids:
1. Alter winter clothing to create summer clothes for your
kids. Turn jeans that are getting a little short into
cutoffs or capris. Pair a dress that is getting too short with
leggings and the dress becomes a baby doll top. Remove the fleece
lining from winter pants and wear them through the summer.
Pregnancy is a time of high emotions, and can often result in emotional, physical, and financial stress. Today we're going to discuss four ways you can save costs and stress by pre-planning while you are pregnant.
1. Shop the Sales Now. While there are certain things you can't buy until you know the sex of your child, there are a lot of things that can be purchased in advance. While my husband and I are preparing to adopt our second child, we have shopped the sales for diapers during the last three years, and currently have a stockpile of diapers to last throughout our child's entire diapering experience. I purchased these diapers by following the deals at sites like Diaper & Baby Coupons and many more.
One of my favorite times to buy is when CVS has diapers for $9.99 a pack, and you get $10 in Extra Care Bucks to spend in the store when you spend $30 on diapers. This means I've paid a net price of less than $7 for each pack of Jumbo diapers that would have been much more expensive at the grocery store. Also, once you do know the sex of your child, then you can really shop the sales for gender specific items.
I am the worst when it comes to buying my children's Halloween costumes on time. I usually wait until the day before, leaving me with almost no choices, damaged goods or a costume that's so risque that it makes me cringe to know that some people might be buying it for their child.
This year, I've decided to make some changes that will not only put me in control but also save me some money. Like anything in life, planning ahead makes all the difference in finding what you want for less or even nothing.
Summer is here, but sometimes the weather isn't always so nice. You can keep the kids occupied on rainy
days with all the free printables available. Kids will love coloring their favorite characters! There
is even a printable from Disney where you can place your child into the story.
Chuck E. Cheese has a printable rewards calendar you can use for summer chores.
Fisher Price has printable greeting cards for kids to color. You have a lot
to choose from: Cars 2, My Little Pony, Kung Fu Panda, Ratatouille, Yo Gabba Gabba and more.
Make sure you have plenty of ink and paper so you can start printing!
"Sunny day. Sweepin the clouds away. On my way to where the air is sweet. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street."
Growing up, Sesame Street was my 'hood. Every morning, I would sit in front of the TV with my bowl of cereal and wait for Big Bird, Elmo and Cookie Monster to entertain me. While I was being entertained little did I know I was also learning all sorts of lessons on life.
Every positive message and life lesson was conveyed in a fun way for a five year-old me to comprehend. With those lessons, I took away the message to always have respect for others, which was one of the biggest things that I learned and continually use in my life (it's so important to know that what you learn at a young age, you carry on throughout your life).
Now that I am a mom, it's exciting to watch Sesame Street with my kids, when I occasionally catch it on PBS (I get to share a piece of my childhood with them--there was no Nickelodeon back then). The closest my kids get to Sesame Street is the annoying Tickle Me Elmo doll, my best friend bought a couple years back (I've already attempted to throw him away a few dozen times and have been unsuccessful).
Now Sesame Street and PNC Bank have teamed up to teach children about spending, sharing and saving money in a fun way with the For Me, For You, For Later initiative.