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Summer Holiday Ideas with Frugal and Fun

Are you dreading the summer holidays?  There really is no need.  Myself, Cass from Frugal Family and Becky from Baby Budgeting have put together a fantastic (if I do say so myself) e book to help you through the holidays and have a frugal but fun time.


Our book is filled with ideas for frugal and fun ideas to make sure you get the most out of this year’s Summer Holidays without having to spend a fortune.


The book contains over 150 pages of ideas and activities to help you make sure that this year’s Summer Holidays are frugal and fun.  There’s a planning week filled with things for you to do in advance of the holidays to get yourself prepared and the rest of the ideas are split into different themed weeks, with each week having five indoor activities, five outdoor activities and five recipes for you to cook with you children.
Themes include:
  • The Olympics
  • The Great Outdoors
  • Around the World
  • Heroes and Heroines
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Colours
So that is one indoor activity, one outdoor activity and one recipe for every single weekday of the holidays.  There is no way you can possibly run out of ideas with this at your fingertips and you need never hear ‘I’m Bored’ again as these are guaranteed boredom busting (but not budget busting) ideas!


Just in case you do need a little extra inspiration, we’ll also have extra ideas on the Frugal and Fun website throughout the Summer and we’ll be re-tweeting posts about activities and ideas that we think might be useful for you.
If you want to buy our ebook, you can click on the link and it will be delivered to your e mail box in no time at all.  It truly will be the best £4 you spend this summer.

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  1. what a great idea, I'm sure you'll get lots of people looking for ideas.

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