In today’s tough times, Thanksgiving will be a tough time for many families. In fact, the recession has taken its toll, and that’s not all.
One of the toughest things for many families is the cost of Christmas. People are going without things, and without the excitement of a Christmas party (for some folks the Christmas party still means gift hunting!). Also, what is it about the holidays that can get couples so entangled in debt and conflict? This blog will help answer that question for you.
With each holiday season, the media feeds their ever-changing trends to our brains, often ignoring the very real changes that take place in our economic system, making our Christmas preparations that much harder. The media often ignores these trends, and most importantly, doesn’t report them at all. To avoid this, we suggest that you not only avoid the media, but the holiday season as well. To do that we encourage you to:Be a more mindful consumer.
The holiday season has been a tough year for many families but you shouldnt have to suffer because of it. Not only will you suffer this holiday season, our blog is here to help you save big bucks, even as the recession increases. Use these tips to plan and buy your holiday. Old blog: Thanksgiving is one of the most loved holidays throughout history, and one of a few annual holidays that can really add up.
It doesn’t get any better than Thanksgiving, and that includes gifts. And while gifts can never replace the joy of the holidays, they can make life easier for busy single folks and families. Thats because of the gift economy, the gift economy makes Christmas that much more bearable.
For those people that complain that their holiday season is tough, just realize that it never used to be that way. In fact, that was the way back in the day. Back around 1982, Christmas shopping was a time of giving. People went to the neighborhood and purchased all the goods necessary to furnish their holiday home, and the store took just a fraction of the money spent. Since then, in response to the recession, there has been a change in the way people buy gifts.
There are many reasons an individual may be faced with the need for money right at the time of holidays. So, if you are having a difficult time, it may be to do with cash needs. Whether you are running out of cash in your checking account or you find yourself in need of credit, our posts might help you understand the challenges and ways to overcome them. Old blog What can be done to alleviate financial issues and help you save?1. Have fun.