You might have experienced it before. The holiday season rolls around. You go overboard with your gift list. You take advantage of one too many sales. Everyone invites you to events or a holiday gift exchange.
You decide to take the kids out to the local winter festival. Come January, you’re in over your head and either extremely broke or faced with an overwhelming amount of credit card debt.
Most of us are knocking out the items on our holiday shopping lists or either procrastinating and waiting until the last minute. Either way, if you didn’t do any Black Friday shopping or found some good deals but didn’t finish up your list, you’re probably saving the difficult people for last.
That’s not a bad strategy, but you have to get gifts for the impossible people on...
Now that the holiday season is here, it’s the perfect time to get back establish more flexible ways to earn extra money. Your spending will most likely increase over these next few weeks so it’s important to make sure you can afford the impulse and avoid getting into debt.
Earning extra money through a seasonal job is a good idea if you are worried about stretching your budget for the holidays.
Celebrating your child’s birthday can be a fun and exciting experience but it could also cost quite a bit of money depending on how you choose to celebrate.
Children’s’ birthday parties can cost hundreds of dollars especially if you have to rent space out or have a large guest list. We all want our kids to have a great time on their birthday with family and friends but at what cost?