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Good morning, thriftaholics. I honestly cannot believe that it is December already. Where did this year go? It seems like I was just plotting out our goals for 2014! Craziness. Anyway, I am pretty happy with how our year went both financially and personally. We did really awesome when it came to creating a zero-sum budget […]
Over the years, I’ve really started to enjoy Christmas and the holiday season in general. This is mainly due to the fact that we now have kids and I get to experience it all through their eyes. My four-year-old still believes in Santa Claus, after all. And this year, she’s already asking if she’s been good enough to […]
The following article is a guest post by Christopher from This That and the MBA. If you are interested in submitting a guest post, please see our guest posting guidelines. For many the Christmas season is a depressing time of the year. Add that to the fact that Christmas season shopping can be a significant […]
A few days ago, I went Christmas shopping for my wife Holly. For those of you who have been reading us for a while, you may recall that neither of us particularly likes shopping in the first place. I’d rather stick a needle in my eye than go shopping for a normal person, yet Holly presents […]
The holidays are approaching and I’m slowly getting cheaper as the days tick by. This is mainly because I have spent most of my Christmas spending budget, and I still have a few people to buy for. (Gasp!) I’m still not sure how I am going to swing the gifts for the few additional family members that are […]
Today, we have teamed up with several different bloggers to share some of our favorite childhood Christmas memories. To enjoy more of these articles, please see the group’s main page at Tackling Our Debt. Happy Holidays! Christmas Through the Eyes of a Child Christmas was always a huge holiday in our […]
Well, it’s that time of year again. Winter is coming. That means it’s time to buy your children, family, and friends stuff that they don’t really want or need….all in the name of Christmas. I have never understood how a beautiful religious holiday turned into the giant push for mass consumerism. Still, I plan on participating to a […]