Hi there, Mrs. 1500 today, looking for cheap family fun ideas. But first, let’s review last week’s answers.
Addison from Cashville Skyline has a long way to go until retirement, but will start the transition in about 5-10 years from full to part time. She isn’t sure she will go full-retired, but having the option is always nice…
My Dividend Pipeline says “…Ideally my dividend/high yield bond income will cover my basic necessities (when he starts to transition in 2017)”
Even Steven Money plans to test the waters for 6-12 months while he is still working, taking his salary and spending none of it, while living off his rental income and other sources. This is an excellent idea, because he will have income to fall back on, should his experiment fail.
Asset-Grinder reminds us “…to really lockdown (our) expenses and budget leading into it so there will be no big surprises…” Well said.
And now for this week’s question, What is your idea of cheap family fun? We recently went camping with two other families, and had a great time. We spent money on the actual campsite, but the rest of our expenses for the weekend were the same as if we had just stayed home. We visited a state park, where admission was free, we swam in the pool at the camp, and the kids had so much fun.
Our town hosts a weekly concert, and we love to ride bikes. What do you do for cheap family fun?
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