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!
We've noticed since Master FM started school that our lives have become over-scheduled and, as a result, we're all feeling stressed and like there just aren't enough hours in the day. We've been trying to carve out some free time for us all where we can just be together as a family and get back to nature; … Continue reading English Heritage
Mr. Robot. Breaking Bad. Game of Thrones. As people become more aware of their finances and, for many, staying in becomes the new going out, so TV is becoming the new film. Episodes of television shows are becoming more groundbreaking, more cinematic, more thought provoking than many films, especially when the multiplex schedules are crammed for … Continue reading Watch TV for free
So today I had a very frugal lunchbreak and it got me thinking about all the different things there are to do in a big city that don't cost a thing. Here are my top 5 free things you could do in Manchester, I'd love to hear your suggestions for other cities in the comments! … Continue reading Frugal lunchbreaks
S, on a ride around with Redcoats Wes and Shannon Ah, Butlins. With your redcoats and green dinosaurs, you are a stalwart of the British holiday season. We had our first visit to Butlins last September when S was 2 and a half, paid for entirely with Clubcard Vouchers - and it was so fantastic … Continue reading A budget-friendly holiday at Butlins!