SixWaysNottoOverindulgeinaPost-ThanksgivingSpendingSpree

Posted on November 21, 2006, in Uncategorized, with 0 Comments

Holiday sales aren't all bad. With these six steps in mind, you can stuff your stockings -- without adding fat to your consumer debt.

  1. Make a list.
  2. Reality check. Price each item on your list. Cross-check the total with your holiday budget.
  3. Delegate. Decide who will shop for each recipient.
  4. Be selfless. When it comes to shopping for yourself, put on the blinders.
  5. Train for success. When considering competitive "Black Friday" shopping, success is in the sales: The best deal wins.
  6. STOP. The gift budget should be a "not to exceed" figure.

SixWaysNottoOverindulgeinaPost-ThanksgivingSpendingSpree

Posted on November 21, 2006, in Uncategorized, with 0 Comments

Holiday sales aren't all bad. With these six steps in mind, you can stuff your stockings -- without adding fat to your consumer debt.

  1. Make a list.
  2. Reality check. Price each item on your list. Cross-check the total with your holiday budget.
  3. Delegate. Decide who will shop for each recipient.
  4. Be selfless. When it comes to shopping for yourself, put on the blinders.
  5. Train for success. When considering competitive "Black Friday" shopping, success is in the sales: The best deal wins.
  6. STOP. The gift budget should be a "not to exceed" figure.

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