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NO SPEND Money WEEKEND IDEAS!
AS were Saving 💰Money for Down Payment, or Emergency Fund here are some great ideas to not spend any money and still spend time together!🏠
1. GO to a Park
2. Go Hiking(the leaves are changing its a beautiful time)
3. Go for a bike ride
4. Visit some open house (start to scope out areas you want to live)
5. Visit a art gallery or Museum (free ones)
6. Take a free class (diy) classes offered everywhere Pottery places, Try buy sell trade places post them, and even lowes and home depot will post them.
7.go to a free concert (some parks have them also)
8. Star gazing
11. go to the library
12. camping( backyard is a fun event)
13. visit local markets and flea markets
15. create scavenger hunts
16. fly a kite(its great weather for this!)
17. Movie night at home
18. board games at home
19. do some crafts
20. do a home spa night
These are some Great No spend money ideas.. Some great ways you can spend time as one, or a two or a Family either way it gives you a way to save MONEY and put that money away for later!!
What are you willing to do to be💰 MONEY Ready???
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As always any questions please call
Ann Norton 330-412-9799
Josh Twitchell 330-412-7413
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