So you’ve already sent out invites the to your friends, family members, and co-workers. Now you’re at the point where you’re wondering: “How am I going to pull this off on a budget?”. myMoneyPower is all about saving and generating money, and it is designed to be as light as possible on your checkbook. Here are some ideas and resources to help you host a myMoneyPower Party and save even more money in the process.
Here’s a short checklist:
This veggie pizza recipe is my favorite for entertaining large parties. I have quite of few friends who are vegetarians and they love this pizza. As soon as I serve the pizza it seems to disappear in minutes!
Over the years of throwing parties, I have found that my Pico de Gallo recipe is liked by everyone and best of all it is quick, easy, and cheap. It serves 6-8 people.
Interested in hosting a MyMoney Power party, but not sure who to invite?
Mix It Up!
You don’t have to whip out the old chips and salsa next time you have a get together. I found some easy recipes that cost less than $5 or $10. Both your guests and your bank account will love these finger foods.
This is a tasty and economical appetizer for any occasion. There are several variations and you can add toppings of your choice. Each sheet pan serves about 6 people and each plate will serve 3.
With the holiday frenzy finally off your back, you find that the New Year is right around the corner. If you are planning to host a New Year’s party this year be sure to keep a budget in mind. Here are some quick and easy tips that will enable you to throw a great New Year’s party without emptying your wallet.
Halloween is right around the corner and you don’t have to break the bank to throw a really good party. Follow these tips and you could have your monster bash for as little as $20.