Law of Attraction & Money: Spring Break Staycation, Frugal or Free

It’s Spring Break and we’re staying home. We live in a town where people come for vacation. The kids and I made a list of free and frugal things we want to do this week.

$2 movie matinee, Alvin and the Chipmunks Shipwrecked, ($6)

Great Plates, Fort Collins restaurants are offering breakfast and lunch deals for $2.50, ($10.50 breakfast or lunch for 3 ((don’t go to Snooze and expect this price))

School District Student Art Show (free)

Inspiration Park (free)

Thrift store ($12) – 2 pair of shoes

Dollar store ($3.20) – sunglasses and candy necklaces

Roller Skating ($12)

Swimming ($10.50)

Hiking (free)

Garage Sales (?)

Evening walk every night (free)

Puzzle, 1000 pieces, ($6)

Animal Shelter (free)

Law of Attraction and Money shows us that an entire Spring Break Vacation, with something fun to do every day, for under $100 (includes tips, gas and 3 meals).

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16 replies
  1. Dianna says:

    Its really nice to spent a frugal but enjoyably vacation day with your family… Let’s cherish the happiness this coming vacation…

  2. Cindy says:

    Nice plan. I like it. So often i haven’t planned anything and we end up wasting most of the days.

  3. Charmaine says:

    He may have them part of the day and her in the afternoon. I think it has alot to do with your relationship with your ex. If your husband is not willing to give up his visitation there is nothing you can do. You might want to give your child a birthday party before he goes or when he returns he then will have to and thats always fun for them gives him something to look forward to when he gets home.

  4. Kevin Nash says:

    Nice post. I liked how you sorted out the whole expenditure. But I would still love it to be free..:)



  5. Lacey12 says:

    Spring break is the most awaited part for the whole family, this is the special moment where you can cherish different happiness…

  6. Maryam says:

    Yes! yes!yes! spending spring happiness frugal but worth it is really great, true happiness is not how expensive it was… Simple but happy is total great…

  7. nicole says:

    Spring break is a moment for the whole family, thanks for the great tips you share with us to spent this moment without spending to much money…

  8. Duane says:

    There’s nothing can be more great with spring vacation, it’s a family moment which is truly the best…

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