Every year, the things your loved ones want seem to get more expensive. At the same time, we’re all cautious about spending, given the state of the economy.
The holidays bring out the best in us, and our want to please the ones we love—especially children. You want them to be the happiest on Christmas morning when they open their presents and see what they have been asking for since October. So, here are some additional saving tips that are easy to do and remember, so you can afford to give your loved ones the gifts of their dreams this holiday season!
- At the grocery store buy the store brand (most likely one of the well branded companies makes the store brand, so excellent quality for less!)
- Replace that cup of coffee you buy in the morning with either a coffee in the break room, or water
- When going to a store, have a list and stick to it. Set a time limit. This will help you avoid meandering and buying impulse items
For more tips like these go to 101 ways to save money. They have tips for holidays, day to day, and how to handle expensive purchases.
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The 12 Days of Scrubs Christmas will soon be over. Have you taken advantage of our deals to stuff the stockings of your colleagues? Start your day off right and hum along if you do not know the words…
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