What is the most important Christmas shopping advice to people?
The yuletide season is near and shopping spree is to be expected. What is your most important shopping tip for the Christmas shopping rush?
I cannot say enough how much I love lists and how much they've helped keep organized, especially around Christmas.
I think it's a good idea to make a list of all the things you know you'll need for the Christmas season, and the earlier you do it, the better. You can make multiple lists too of course - shopping, cooking, groceries, decorations to buy etc.
But all in all, the more organized you are for the season, the easier and less hectic it will be.
Be safe and don't spend yourself into debt. Remember, Christmas lasts only one day. Debt, however, lasts a whole lot longer!
Study who you are buying gifts for and give them a gift that they will truly like.
by Marissa5 years ago
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by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2 years ago
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by Nichol marie2 years ago
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by Swope5 years ago
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