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I have a question for you today, and I really want you to take the time to think about it and answer honestly. It is a question with the power […]
The school year has ended for most children across the nation, and while the kids are overjoyed about their newfound freedom, many parents are not so overjoyed. The thought of […]
The school year has ended for most children across the nation, and while the kids are overjoyed about their newfound freedom, many parents are not so overjoyed. The thought of summer may be exciting for a little while, but soon they will hear the two little words every parent dreads: "I’m booorrrrred!!!"
Some parents will set their kids in front of the TV or video games for a summer full of mind-numbing screen time. Other parents will dig deep into their wallets (or simply swipe the credit cards) to send their kids to camps and workshops and amusement parks and all different kinds of summer activities.
But summer fun does not have to break the bank! In fact, with a little imagination and planning, you can have the most enjoyable and affordable summer ever!
Saving up for your dream vacation just got easier…
Imagine a lovely afternoon in the beautiful Italian countryside, or an action-packed day of snowboarding in the French Alps, or stepping out onto the beach in Bora Bora. Sure, you’ve dreamed of going to these places, but it takes money to get there. What if the money for your dream vacation was actually right in front of you right now? Click here to discover where that cash is hiding!
Today I want to give you a few ideas to get you started on the right track. The options truly are endless!
Are you catching what I’m saying?? There are tons of ways to make this summer fun and adventurous without spending tons of money! I would love to know what your summer plans are. How do you plan to make this a fun, memorable, and affordable summer? Leave your comments for me below!
It would be a great idea to talk with your family about this as well. Get their ideas. Find out what your kids would like to do during their break. (You may be surprised by what their idea of fun is!) Pass this letter around to your friends, co-workers, and people in your community as well! There’s always room for more ideas for inexpensive summer fun! You can forward this letter, or post this link on Facebook and Twitter!
And one more thing… I’d love to have you join me tonight for the Monday Night Strategy Call. I spend an hour every Monday night giving you strategies to help you move forward in your business, career, relationships, and finances. Check the sidebar for details, and I’ll ‘see’ you tonight at 9 pm ET/8 pm CT!
In great faith,
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