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August 28, 2018

I don't want to say it, but the school year is just around the corner (and may already be here for some of you). I remember when I was around nine-years old, my elementary school had a zero waste lunch competition. You would gain and lose points based on the way your lunch was packaged, and the teachers would remove all the garbage and recycling...

June 12, 2018

We did this post for Mother's Day, so it only seems fair to do the same for Father's Day. Now obviously I am not a father, but I am married to one! So I did some research and asked my husband, co-workers, and the internet for some no-spend Father's Day ideas. And without further ado, 5 no-spend Father's Day ideas. 



May 11, 2018

This Sunday is Mother's Day, and if you haven't bought a present yet you might be panicking. Take a deep breath. It will be okay. If you find yourself in this bind or on a tight budget, here are a few "gifts" that won't cost you anything but may mean more than that box of chocolates you were considering.

If the mom in your life sta...

April 24, 2018

It looks like spring may finally be arriving for Canadians!

So we thought it would be great to list a few family friendly spring activities that are budget friendly and kid-friendly. We hope you enjoy! 

Sunny Day Activities


Ride your bicycle! This can be done even with little ones in tow (as long as they are older than 1 year).  My family...

March 27, 2018

If you celebrate Easter, you have probably dyed eggs at some point. Growing up, we usually used wax crayons, food colouring, or paint to decorate our eggs. It was a lot of fun and I have a lot of fond memories. However, now that I've grown older I like more subdued tones and I really like knowing where ingredients come from. So here are two ways...

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