There’s a quote that says that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. This happens to many busy households who do not create a budget for the holidays, resulting in heavy debt in the upcoming New Year. The New Year is an opportunity for a fresh start, so starting off with a mountain debt is not a good thing.
Getting ready for the holidays is busy enough without having to worry about money, so that’s why I am writing a series of articles on Holiday Planning on a Budget. Each article will provide tips on how to have a budget friendly holiday, so that you can focus on what truly matters during the busy holiday season. To receive all of my blog updates, subscribe in the “subscribe to my blog updates” box in the sidebar, and feel free to share your own holiday budget tips!
“Holiday Planning on a Budget” articles will be listed here as they are published:
#1 – Holiday Planning on a Budget #1 – Holiday Budget Planning Tips for Busy Moms
#2 – Holiday Planning on a Budget #2 – 5 Steps for Creating a Holiday Budget
#3 – Holiday Planning on a Budget #3: Holiday Decorating Ideas for Busy Moms on a Budget
#4 Holiday Planning on a Budget #4 – More Tips and Ideas for Saving Money this Christmas Holiday Season
#5 Holiday Planning on a Budget #5 – 3 Tips for Saving Money While Shopping Online