Christmas is no different. While I want to give my children the best Christmas I possibly can, I don’t want to break the bank. Our boys also have their birthdays in December, so it’s an expensive month for us. I have found that following the tips below helps me stay within my means.
There are a lot of reasons that sensible people want to step off of the materialistic rocket ride that is the standard North American Christmas.
- They may be tired of spending the entire following year working overtime because they are deep in debt for having produced a spectacular Christmas morning that was the stuff of storybooks.
- Maybe they dont want to create children who are never satisfied and always want more, who always yearn for that next edition of the iGadget of the year.
- Perhaps they have suffered their own personal economic collapse and just cant afford it this year. They might just want a sense of peace and contentment that you can never buy from a store.
- They might just want a sense of peace and contentment that you can never buy from a store.
When I was a little girl, I remember reading Little House in the Big Woods
Christmas is a time of joy and family and celebration. It?s also a time when many households haemorrhage money. Instead of subscribing to the modern notion that the Christmas spirit can be bought, try taking a deep breath and getting back to basics this year to save money and keep the stress of financial worries from ruining this special season.
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