Have you started to save money for Christmas yet?
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Mrs. Budgets @MrandMrsBudgets says
I’m always on the hunt for new ways to save!
Jess @ Best Credit Cards Canada says
I love this idea – I have always hated the crunch before Christmas (both time crunch an money crunch)! So my Husband and I started including Christmas in our monthly budget. We set an overall budget and then divide it by 12 months to determine how much we need to save each month. So, really we start saving for Christmas in January. We have found this takes a lot of the stress out of the holidays