Every year since my kids have been young, we’ve used a DIY Advent calendar to celebrate the Christmas season and every year, it’s one of the things they look forward to the most! These Advent calendar fillers for 6-year old boys are a great way to take A LOT of the stress out of the process because one of the hardest things is finding enough items or activities to fill each day of the calendar.
One of the coolest parts of using a DIY Advent calendar is that you can decide what goes into each compartment…so it doesn’t even have to be gifts! It can be fun activities, Christmas crafts, holiday excursions, or nice things you can do for people throughout the month.
Your DIY Advent calendar is going to be a ton of fun…for your 6-year old boy AND you!
Looking for a good distraction to get you through the day, week or month? These feel-good documentaries will all do the trick!
They’re full of inspiration, happy stories and even some great advice to help you reset your mind if you find yourself falling into a rut.
Most are on Netflix, Amazon Prime or HBO, so there’s bound to be a few (if not all) that you can start to watch immediately.
Fill up your queue and enjoy!
Starting a summer journal with your kids is a really amazing activity to do with them and it can be so, so easy!
One of the things that makes this summer activity extra important is that it’s a great way to spend quality time with your kids, whether you’ve been with them all day or not.
Getting them into the habit of journaling is also really important because it’s such a great stress reliever and important skill to bring into adulthood…so why not start them young?
It will also be so much fun and provide great memories to look back on!
So DO IT THIS YEAR! Get your kids a notebook and use one of these easy journal ideas to make it a daily endeavor:
Paying off the mortgage takes a looooong time, so being smart and patient is critical, which is why mortgage automation tricks are so important. Once you’ve made the decision and set things up, your debt will slowly start to go down on it’s own, while you can focus your effort on new ways to make money or cut costs.
Luckily, there are 3 mortgage automation tricks that anyone can do that will take YEARS off of your mortgage. There’s truly no reason to not be implementing these!
2 is such a fun year and these Easter basket ideas for 2-year old girls will make Easter morning SO MUCH FUN!
You can opt for educational toys, arts and crafts, outdoor toys, and of course – adorable toddler accessories.
This is one of the best holidays because you can introduce them to so many fun spring and summer activities.
I hope these toddler Easter basket ideas are exactly what you’re looking for. Good luck with your Easter basket shopping and have a great holiday with your 2-year old!
Of all the inspirational books out there, it is these personal finance books that have the ability to completely change your life. They reveal timeless and powerful principles, yet for some reason these concepts are kept from most of us as we go through school!
Which just makes it even more important to make sure you read as many personal finance books as you can. They will not only help you build wealth, but they’ll completely change the way you think, feel, and act…and for the better! Your life will literally be better after reading these. Your only regret will be that you didn’t start them sooner.
So get ready to fill your Amazon cart and library checklist. These are the best personal finance books out there and ones that every single person should read.
Finding fun ideas for stocking stuffers for 6-year old boys is no easy task! Some years are just harder than others and while this year is full of fun new toys and games, it’s a little harder to find small and inexpensive things that can fit into a stocking that they’ll still really love.
But once you dig around, you’ll find that there ARE some really fun stocking stuffer ideas out there that your little boy (and you!) will absolutely love.
I hope this helps you wrap up your shopping! This is such a fun age, so enjoy as much of it as you can!
Have a great holiday this year. Merry Christmas!