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Christmas Spending – Weekly Round-Up

Christmastime is often the season when personal finances are wrecked. Some people just throw commonsense out the winder because, well, it’s Christmas after all. Doing this is not only careless; it can also give you a year-long burden. This doesn’t necessarily mean though that you should stop holiday spending altogether. There are many ways to celebrate Christmas frugally. We have compiled a list of blog posts below that will help you spend the holidays wisely:

The blog My Super Charged Life featured a post titled “Stop Procrastinating and Start Kicking Butt”. For all the procrastinators out there, this post is very motivational. Start moving after you read these tips. If you have large, complicated tasks to do, don’t be intimidated. Instead, break it down into smaller tasks to avoid mental block. Multitasking is another mistake people make. Try to focus on one thing at a time until it’s finished. These tips are very timely especially during the busy holiday season.

Dana @ The Observer wrote an interesting blog post titled “Christmas Spending Woes”. Basically, she talked about how frenzied the season can become with all the shopping, cooking, and catching up that needs to be down. Meanwhile, the bigger economic impact of the holidays is also briefly looked into as she discussed a poll that revealed Americans intends to spend $638 on the average which is the same as last year.

The Shanghai Family Finance blog provided a lot of frugal tips in the post “Control Your Christmas Spending”. The post is quite helpful because it outlined a lot of practical guides. For instance, it said that you need to make a list, know your spending limit, and don’t use your credit card when shopping for gifts and other items. Every tip provided makes good financial sense especially with the tough economic conditions today.

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