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Because we are most likely our child's only source of income, giving them money for nothing creates an "entitlement attitude." When they earn their allowance, however, they will appreciate it and put a value on it.
As we all know, the experience of taking kids from point A to point B runs the gamut from uneventful (read: bliss) to miserable. Knowing the ins and outs of your travel options will speed you toward a sane trip.
There are so many options hotels, motels, inns, cottages, cabins, condominiums, resorts, time-shares, campgrounds it can be hard to know where to start.
Over the past five years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of grocery coupon offers available from printable coupon websites. There were only a handful of printable grocery coupons available on...
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Great deals at major hotels usually turn up off-season or at the last minute, but here's another tactic families can try: work with a hotel consolidator (also called a hotel broker or discounter).