With only one week until Christmas - some may not have finished their shopping while others may have done it a good while ago. I usually start my Christmas shopping in late October but if I could; I would do my shopping in January of the following year where all the "goodies" are on sale. One year I waited until the week of Christmas and that was a terrible mistake as all the best things were already picked over.
How do you generally do your shopping?
An eye open all year long, but the majority in November. It inevitably spreads to Dec., but by this time we're done unless something special catches our eye in the store.
by Candace Bacon 8 years ago
How far are you into your Christmas shopping? I've just started. I do mine online. I've been browsing and now I'm ready to buy.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
Although it is much safer to shop online; there is that interaction not only with sales personnel but with other shoppers when it is done within brick and mortar. People seem friendlier and more willing to assist during the holiday season. However, you don’t have to spend money for gas, dress...
by Marissa 5 years ago
What are your best Christmas shopping tips?
by joleenruffin 7 years ago
Have you finished all your Christmas shopping or are you a last minute gift hunter?
by Crazdwriter 8 years ago
So who all has their Christmas shopping done?I just finished it today..no wait I still have one more to get. Just remembered I have to get something for my grandma lolBut ALMOST done nowWhat about all of you? Got your shopping done? Almost done?
by Cheryl Simonds 17 months ago
When do you officially begin your Christmas Shopping? And when are you usually done?I like to go to clearance sales in January to get all the Christmas items on clearance. I also buy Christmas gifts starting in January. By October I am usually done. How about you?
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