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Christmas is also the best time for a side hustle.
We have this in my family. I’ve spoken to family members and said “How about you don’t buy me a present and I won’t buy you one?”. “Awesome”. It’s a great way to reduce the number of presents you have to buy. Alternatively, you could just agree to a $10 limit.
Set up a holiday budget and stick to it. Just set some reasonable limits on your expenditure as it’s easy to get swept up trying to have a magical Christmas when it doesn’t matter. I look back with great memories from childhood Christmas’ drinking red cordial with plastic table cloths.
This is similar to Present Cancelling. Reduces the number of presents you have to buy to one. Everyone still has all the fun of opening a present but without the expense. You can get a list of suggestions together as well so you don’t risk buying something someone doesn’t want.
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