Can’t believe I said that, huh?
Actually, now is a great time to think about Christmas (and all the fall holidays). There is a lot of work and spending to do. Why not spread the workload and spending over the next few months and make your holidays easier?
Do your planning while you have the time and energy. Make a gift list (keep a notebook in your purse or use Evernote) and watch for specials. Groupon (aff link) and Moolala (aff link) offer some nice discounts (as do many online companies).
A little work and planning now can make the holiday season run more smoothly and put less of a dent in your budget.
Being frugal does not mean being cheap! It means being economical and avoiding waste. Catherine Pulsifer
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