Happy Valentine’s Day!
I hope your day is filled with lots of good things. Here we are battling lots of snow. Yesterday, I paid a group of kids $15 to shovel the walk, and it was not very frugal. They did a very poor job. So, I was very resigned to having to shovel the rest of the snow today.
Wow, as I was writing this, my very great neighbor knocked on the door. He offered to move my car so he could use his snow blower on the street. He already did our walk and the sidewalks on the whole block! Now that is a great Valentine surprise! Very frugal, too. As soon as he is done, I’ll offer him some home made hot chocolate!
In the spirit of sharing here on Valentine’s Day. I thought I would give you a chance to read any of the frugal Valentines blogs that you might have missed. Nicole has put together a lot of great frugal Valentine date ideas, and it isn’t too late to use on of them. Or, add your own thoughts to the blog about conversation hearts.
Enjoy the day!
There are plenty of ways to decorate and celebrate your Valentine’s day without breaking the bank. There is no need to spend a fortune at the card store. The key is to getting creative and using whatever you have on hand.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I thought it would be a nice touch to add some romantic ideas for that special day. These are mostly ways to show your partner that you love them. However, keeping with my constant frugality, I have only included ten extremely inexpensive or cheap ideas.
Here are five more really creative and romantic ideas for your sweetheart. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I thought I would share some great Frugal Valentine’s Day ideas. These are mostly just some ways to show your partner that you love them creatively and inexpensively.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Often dubbed the most romantic day in the year, Valentine’s Day is a time for love. Remember, just because you aren’t married, or do not have a boyfriend or girlfriend, does not necessarily mean that you can not have a Valentine and celebrate this special day.
Finding new and innovative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day, can be fun and romantic. Most “date ideas” that I share can be done with children and friends too, rather than just a romantic partner, and this one is no different. This is a fun and creative way to spend some time on Valentine’s Day.
Whenever Valentines Day approaches, so do those cute little conversation hearts. You know the ones. The brightly colored necco candy with the quirky sayings such as “Sweet Talk” and “Love Me.”
Well, I think frugality should be honored on these conversation hearts. More and more people are adopting a frugal lifestyle, so why not reflect that fact? So, here are some of my picks for new conversation heart suggestions.