I've written before (admittedly a long time ago, hello to any readers still following my blog and apologies for the massive absence!) about the importance of holidays to my family and I, so when we returned from a wonderful pre-Christmas break at Ribby Hall, we decided to see whether we could finance a return trip … Continue reading My No Buy Year 2020
As you'll know if you're a regular reader of A Frugal Month, you'll know that we love our holidays and our family time together. We're currently 12 weeks away from the end of the year and still have two family holidays to look forward to! However, this does mean that we need to put aside … Continue reading Fiscal Fasting
Here at A Frugal Month, we love finding ways to spend time together as a family on a budget - see my posts about using Tesco vouchers to pay for English Heritage membership and our purse-friendly holidays to Butlins for examples! There's nothing better than arriving for a day out or a weekend away knowing … Continue reading Geronimo Festival returns!
I was reading an article this morning about the original lyrics to Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - featured in the film Meet Me in St Louis which was released in 1944, the film studios thought the original lyrics of "Have yourself a merry little Christmas, it may be your last, next year we … Continue reading Look to the future