Love is priceless, but expressing it... that can cost you a pretty penny, especially on Valentine’s Day. Digging yourself into debt to buy your significant other flowers, jewelry, sports tickets or some other pricey gift doesn’t do either of you any good in the long run. Good news: You don’t have to spend a fortune […]
While food takes center stage on Thanksgiving, it's likely you want to give your place that warm, autumnal feel, too. But with meal expenses already piling up, how can you have Thanksgiving decor without over-extending your budget?
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Decking the halls is one of the most enjoyable experiences of the holiday season, but it can also be stressful if you’re decorating for Christmas on a budget. You could easily spend hundreds of dollars on pre-lit faux evergreen trees and trimmings, hand-blown glass ornaments, and lawn inflatables of monumental proportions — if you had the money.
With all of the traveling, gift buying and party planning that goes on during this time of year, it can be hard to stick to your budget. But with a few simple tricks, you can easily scale down your holiday entertaining without sacrificing the joy of spending time with friends and family.