Frugal Thanksgiving Tips
Hosting Thanksgiving this weekend? Getting an early start to the holiday season and shopping? Travelling? For most people, the answer to more than one of those questions is yes. Here are some ways to make this holiday weekend less stressful for you.
If you’re anything like 48.7 millions of Americans, you will be traveling at some point this weekend. Holiday travel doesn’t have to be expensive, and it doesn’t have to be stressful. With a pinch of planning and a dash of thoughtfulness, you can make your holiday plans even more intriguing.
Hosting Thanksgiving and need some last meal ideas? Remember the more ingredients in a dish, the more expensive it becomes. Fancy cheeses, bacon, and store bought sauces should be avoided to keep thanksgiving affordable. Check out more meal ideas here.
Are you the kind of shopper who loves store hopping on Black Friday? Or would you rather relax on your couch and shop online on Cyber Monday? Or would you rather not shop at all and plan your finances for the nearby New year? Either way, it’s smart if you take a peek on your finances one more time and see what fixes are needed to face the holiday season and the New Year ahead. American Consumer Credit Counseling has plenty of resources to help you with your budgets that you can consider using.
Holidays come and go. However, life goes on and you will have your bills to pay and your family to feed and daily chores to do. More importantly, you may be working your way towards credit card debt relief. Therefore, it’s best that you look at any holiday like any other day and splurge responsibly.
Tell us how you spend your holidays and what you did to stay frugal!