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Choose just one or two ac­tiv­i­ties and ex­cel in t them. An­drea says that while you should sho al­low your kids to ex­plore their i in­ter­ests, talk to them about com­mit com­mit­ting to just one or two ac­tiv­i­ties, when whe they’re older.

(based on cut­ting down one ac­tiv­ity in each three-month term) t De­ter­mine if your kids re­ally need tu­ition. T Turn to tu­ition ($20-$30 an hour) only if they’re fail­ing a sub­ject, rather than if they’re just weak in it. An­drea adds

Yearly sav­ingssav­ings: $1,200

that some­times, kids don’t do well in school be­cause they’re not in­ter­ested in a sub­ject – not be­cause they can’t do it.

Yearly sav­ings: $1,040

(based on stop­ping tu­ition for one sub­ject)

Limit spend­ing on toys, clothes and treats. Ad­mit it: it’s the mum­myguilt talk­ing. If you have two kids, that could work out to least $300 a month. Treat your kids ev­ery other month in­stead.

Yearly sav­ings: $1,800

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