Downgrade everything you can. I used to have a fancy phone, the big cable package, the cool car, the trendy clothes, and the like. You know what? it was expensive. And hard to keep up. Now I have a super basic phone, basic TV we hardly watch ( DVDs are much better, no commercials) and a basic, reliable sedan. My clothes are simple and well fitting. I cook most food from scratch and even make my own bread. IN the summer I want to grow my own veggies. I threw out all the annoying battery operated toys my kids had and replaced them with wooden blocks, animals, and BRIO train tracks, trikes, a rocking horse and books. Christmas was simplified by only getting 3 gifts per child ( but good ones) and making homemade cookies for family and friends. I sort of had to downgrade after I got divorced, but it really hasn't been bad. it's improved my sensabilities for what is important. Look into what you can cut out. Do you NEED an Iphone 5 ( or whatever the new one is?) Must you have a Kindle when the library is still free? Are frozen dinners really worth it, when a crock pot meal is so much better? Can you bike instead of drive? Instead of dropping $100 on a pair of jeans, could you buy some second hand or trade with a friend?
A set of Brio toy train tracks and trains. This set of twenty-eight interlocking wooden tracks includes several curves, inclines, splitters, a bridge, a train station, and more. This set also includes three wooden trains that link magnetically.
BRIO railway tracks are made with sturdy beech wood, ensuring that they’ll last for many, many, many hours of play for your little engineer. The BRIO Wooden Train Track Lifting Bridge set is compatible with the rest of the BRIO Wooden Railway system, so add it in and get ready to roll! For ages 3 and up.
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