Weekly Wrap-Up #11- Happy Easter!

basket of dyed eggs for easterHappy Easter, frugal friends!

Even if it has no religious meaning for you, getting sweet treats from the bunny is reason enough to celebrate, right?  I think so 🙂

Since it’s a holiday, I’ll keep this post short and sweet.  We’re getting ready to head over to my aunt and uncle’s house to enjoy a kiddie egg hunt and some good eats.

For those of you with kids, how much do you spend on an Easter basket?  I managed to keep things very budget-friendly and picked up some little activities and books from the dollar store and the dollar bins at Target.  The whole thing came in at less than $15.  Not sure if that’s about average?  We still have candy leftover from Halloween, so one chocolate bunny was more than enough to round things out!

Alexa rank update: Progress continues, now sitting at 125,152

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Have a great holiday!

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Lauren May is a freelance writer and full-time mom living her best life on a budget.

11 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up #11- Happy Easter!

  1. We still have a little bit of candy leftover from Halloween as well. I think we spent maybe $5 or $6 at Target on a little bit of candy for the kids so they could have an Easter Egg hunt. Of course, my kids were more interested in the eggs with money in them. 🙂

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