Christmas is just around the corner – and it’s 75 degrees outside! (Strange…)
I thought I’d run through a few articles from the Money Blog Network (and my blogroll) about how to have a happy and frugal holiday!
(Looking for a FREE gift for yourself? Checkout the latest episode of the No Credit Needed Podcast – download and listen on your mp3 player, stream directly from the site, or subscribe to the podcast via iTunes – It’s free, it’s me, and this week, it’s all about saving money at the grocery store and being intentional about your choices.)
I’ve written a couple of articles about ‘how to have a debt-free Christmas’ – preparing for a debt-free Christmas and ideas for inexpensive gifts for relatives.
Mighty Bargain Hunter actually wrote two articles, back-to-back, that I wanted to share w/ my readers – bargains that aren’t really bargains and a holiday survival guide.
AllFinancialMatters has ideas for frugal holidays.
Blueprint suggests gifting subscriptions.
Nickel reminds us to ask for discounts.
Consumerism Commentary has holiday travel tips.
FMF has suggests that you get to know the staff at your favorite shopping destination. (I bookmarked this post a few months ago, and I’ve been waiting for a good time to link to it.)
JD was interviewed by by Bruce Barber – not technically about holiday shopping – but really, really cool!
SVB has ideas for being a smarter consumer.
Sun bought a gold coin – and it’s amazing how much the coin has gone up in value.
MoneySmartLife has an eBay selling partner.
3M has a post that I LOVE – Illustrated Cash Flow For Dummies!
Lazy Man is getting organized.
GenX reminds us of the principle of 72.
My Two Dollars encourages the use of a shopping list.
4 thoughts on “Thinking About Christmas And Holiday Shopping – A Stroll Through My Blogroll – New Podcast Episode”
For those wanting a cheap vacation i would suggest the Costa Blanca region of Spain. A fantatsic placae to visit a still very cheap to visit.
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