This time of year many of us are working on saving money and getting on track with our budgets by taking a no spend challenge. Whether you are working on a no spend weekend or a no spend month it
Celebrate the beginning of a new school year with a fun game of Back to School BINGO and snacks! Get the free printable by clicking the button below! Learn more here.
If you’re still looking for safe, fun things for your kid to do and your kiddo is climbing the walls, maybe a virtual field trip is in order. Even if you’re not ready to take in-person trips, you can still take in
The clues from this escape room for kids can be found at home or are fairly inexpensive and easy to get your hands on. If there is a clue that doesn’t work for you, don’t worry about leaving it out. Just
Here is a giant list of indoor activities and projects for kids! Nearly all are free or super-cheap, can be easily set-up (a few are more complicated) and many, depending on the age of your child, do not necessarily require
With leaves falling all around us this time of year and kids needing something to do while social distancing, why not make something with leaves? Check out these eco-friendly art projects made with autumn leaves by clicking the link below!
Heading out for a day hike is a delightful way to explore nature with friends and family, or even by yourself. Whether you want to go deep into the mountains or stay closer to home, the places to go are numerous;
Millions of Americans are currently under stay-at-home orders and many have postponed or entirely canceled their vacation plans for the current year. In the meantime, local staycations seem to be most people’s only option, unless you have a second vacation home
Picture the perfect summer and you might envision barbecues with friends, pool parties, and sightseeing vacations. There’s always plenty to look forward to about the season of sun. But with the coronavirus pandemic changing the landscape of available—and acceptable—activities, summer 2020
I am a college student at Duquesne University and have, like all other students across the country, switched to online classes for the rest of the semester. I have been using my extra time to stay productive and do all of the things