The Giant List of Free Things to Do for Fun

Pin now for later: The giant list of more than 100 free things to do for fun.It’s true: the best things in life are free.

Sometimes though, it can be hard to think of free things to DO when you’re working on getting out of debt.

To help with that, here’s a giant list of free things to do to keep you occupied and perk you up while you’re paying off debt. (Because we can all use some fun in our lives.)

Pick a few and enjoy!
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It’s the Great Thanksgiving Charity Giveaway (Plus Your Chance to Win $125 for Yourself)

Thanksgiving giveaway -- runs through November 27, 2014Thanksgiving is for feeling grateful and for giving, and with this giveaway you have the chance to do both!

Here’s the deal: 10 bloggers (including myself) teamed up to give you the chance to win $125 via PayPal for yourself and to direct a $125+ donation to charity. (If you win, not only will you get a money for yourself, you’ll get to choose which of these charities receives the donation: Big Brothers Big Sisters, the SPCA, Tabitha, Red Cross, or World Wild Life.)

Just use the Rafflecopter widget at the end of this post to enter! (You can also use the tweet daily option for more entries.)
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Want to Win an iPad Mini? Enter this Giveaway for Your Chance

I’ve teamed up with a bunch of other bloggers to give away a new iPad Mini 16GB (plus $50 via PayPal toward a case) to one winner. And it’s just in time for the upcoming holidays — wouldn’t that make an awesome gift? Or you could keep it for yourself and use the Pay Off Debt for iPad app on it :)

Plus, we’ll be giving away $100 in cash via PayPal (split among 4 winners.) The total value of this giveaway is approximately $510, including taxes.

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Why Save Small Amounts of Money?

Getting 50 cents off here or $3 off there may not seem like a big deal, but over time small savings can add up to large amounts — if the discounts are on things you buy regularly anyway. (You’re not really “saving” anything if you didn’t intend to buy the item before you discovered the discount.)

What’s this have to do with getting out of debt?

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