As the temperature drops, the air turns crisp and cool, and the world around you transitions from summer green to the vibrant hues of yellow, red and orange of fall, so does the list of seasonal activities that you and your family can enjoy.
Here are our Top Five favorite fall activities for kids, each at a cost that’s as cool as the weather:
If you went trick-or-treating as a child or do so today, you’ll likely remember the exterior decorations of a house that stands out above the rest. Hauntingly memorable Halloween décor puts it on the trick-or-treat map of all of the neighborhood kids, who, each year, can’t wait to see how the house will be decorated this year. In some towns, a benevolent resident with deep pockets may even go a giant step further, putting on a spectacular Halloween sound-and-light show at a frightful cost, attracting visitors from miles around.
If you’re thinking of turning your own house’s exterior into one that out-spooks the rest, but at a ghost-friendly cost, try these three fun and easy do-it-yourself haunted house recipes that mainly call for typical household ingredients:
Stay-at-home parenthood can be rewarding: You get to spend every day with your children without struggling to achieve an elusive home-life balance, and chances are that you’ll be front-row and center for every school function, dance recital and T-ball practice.
Although the life of a stay-at-home parent can certainly be gratifying, it also can lack the monetary reward of a traditional 9-to-5 job on which many families rely.
If you’re a stay-at-home parent, consider these four ways to earn money and contribute to household income without ever stepping outside of your front door:
Teaching teenagers how to manage their finances when they become adults is one of the most important lessons that a parent can impart.
Here are four basic lessons on money-management for teens that parents should plan to teach their teenagers early on:
Retirement can mean different things to different people, but one aspect remains constant: having some kind of retirement savings in order to pay your living expenses if you will no longer receive a paycheck or other income.
Determining how much to save for retirement can be tricky and will vary from person to person. You can use the following steps as a guide to figure out how much to save at each stage of your life.