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Giovanna says, "get creative and make things, rummage through your cupboards and see what you can create". It could be anything from homemade colouring books, to sensory toys.
Giovanna says, "Get organised. At the start of your week before you do your food shop, write a meal plan for the week. Write down what you need to buy and stick to that list". It will cut down the cost of your shop, and any potential food waste.
Giovanna says, "There are some amazing ways of having second hand clothes, charity shops, shops online where you can get bundles of clothes, and don't forget you can sell your items and use that money to buy clothes your child can wear".
Use Your Local Library
Giovanna says, "Take your child to the library, find out the books they really like and then you can buy the ones they enjoy, that are actuall your childs favourite".