Having fun, showing love and enjoying the silly season doesn’t have to cost the earth if you let yourself think outside the box. Here are some creative ways how you can save cash this Christmas and still have a blast with the people you love.
This Christmas, 90 wonderful years since the LEGO® Group began developing a world of play, there's a LEGO gift that will delight and inspire creativity and play no matter where your child's interests and passions lie. We asked Amy and her ninja and LEGO-loving kids to review a new LEGO set. Read their review below.
The LEGO® Group has been inspiring creativity since 1932. This Christmas, 90 wonderful years of play later, LEGO playsets are still the perfect gifts that enable you to hand over the key to an exciting Christmas to your child. We asked some parents and their very excited children to review some of this Christmas's top LEGO and LEGO® DUPLO® sets.
Budgeting, eating healthily and being thankful for what we have, all seems to get forgotten when Christmas rolls around! If you're concerned about your kids being 'spoilt' this Christmas, read our tips to focus on what's really important.
It's a simple little rhyme that helps to get your gift giving into perspective! Whether you stick to the whole thing or just take some of it for inspiration, we've got some great ideas for the kids' Christmas presents.
Stocking stuffers for kids don't have to be expensive but they should be fun, and include some that are delicious. Check out some of our family favourite stocking stuffers including ideas for crafty and curious kids and they are all around $10 or less!
If Christmas isn't about food, then what is? Making food for others is one of the joys of Christmas, and food gifts please almost everybody, are inexpensive and fun to make. From your boss to your children's teacher, who couldn't love a batch of homemade biscuits?