The holiday season is a source of stress for many of us. Did you know the rate of deadly heart attacks increase during the holidays? That’s strange, but I guess it’s understandable. Spending time with parents and the in-laws are stressful. However, let’s try to keep calm and not to have a heart attack over it. Money is also a source of stress around the holidays. We’re expected to cook a big Thanksgiving meal and overspend on Black Friday/Cyber Monday. Christmas is right around the corner and we’ll have to buy gifts for all the kids and other family members. New Year isn’t as big a deal, but it could hit your wallet as well if you are keen to go out and celebrate. Whew, no wonder retailers look forward to the holiday season all year long. Today, I’ll share how to avoid overspending this holiday season and still enjoy it with families and friends.
The Best Things in Life
The first step to avoid overspending this holiday season is to remind yourself what the holidays are really about. Thanksgiving is about coming together with families and friends to give thanks for the preceding year. And what a year we’ve