100 Days of Christmas Savings: Day 100, Consider What is Really Important

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100daysimportantI think this is my biggest tip, Consider What is Really Important.

We often get so wrapped up in gifts, holiday parties, business and “tradition” that we may let those things kind of take over our lives. Retailers push for Christmas to start very early so we will buy more and by the time we actually get to Christmas we are overspent and exhausted.

Now that Christmas is tomorrow, sit down and take stock of your season. Did you love everything you did? Did it bring you joy or mostly stress. Did you spend too much on gifts (for things people don’t really need)?

Everyone is different, so there is no one size fits all when it comes to What is Really Important to individual families. Some need it to be very simple, others can go all out and not bat an eye.

But in the end, it is not gifts and craziness that make the season, it’s love. When thinking about next year’s Christmas, keep that in mind.

It might help both you sanity AND your pocketbook!

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