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- October 3, 2007 at 8:48 pm #253657
I might be a little late here, but thought I would throw my thoughts
I used to go to Shari’s after work and just have a piece of pie and an
ice tea while visiting with co workers. A few times when there were 5
of us there, we bought a whole pie, and drinks, and split the cost up
at the end. I like Shari’s because it has a good variety of desserts
and other foods, and if you each do your own checks, you can limit your
own spending to your budget while others do the same.
If there are three of you, you could eat dinner a little early, and hit
a pizza place to have a small snack type meal. Maybe buy a medium 3
topping pizza (most places that is under $15) to split while hanging
You could all get trial memberships at a gym (only if you are able to
cancel before paying regular prices) and go there…. lol…. i know
that one sounds fun doesn’t it?
you could pack some drinks and put on your walking shoes. find a track
that is public accessible (at a school maybe), or maybe a park if there
are any walking trails, window shopping at the mall would even work.
you could even make a weekly or bi weekly event of all meeting up with
the kids to walk. it would be nice to have some adult conversation, and
it would be great for your body 🙂
i hope you have or had lots of fun!
— in Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “pseuzanne”
> Two of my friends and I (all moms of toddlers) are planning a Girls
> Night Out in a couple weeks. This is a rare occurence for us. I’m
> trying to come up with something to do that won’t cost much money, as
> we’re all on tight budgets. It would be very relaxing to go out to
> dinner and have an uninterrupted meal and adult conversation…but
> can get pricey. Any ideas? We don’t want to stay out TOO late,
> the munchkins wake us up early in the morning.
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