Previous Post Next Post

Work and Money

Brought to you by

Stress-Free Holiday Budgeting: 7 Ways to Save Starting Today

By Anna Newell Jones |

Holidays are a stressful time of year. Besides having a million get-togethers that inevitably cause chaotic feelings there’s the old gift-giving process that adds to the stress. Not only do you have to decide what to get for each person on your list, you’ve got to figure out how to pay for everything too. To combat the financial stress of the holidays, I do a lot of homemade gifts and re-gifting (don’t tell…).

If you are one of the people that swears to save up cash for holiday spending each year, but still haven’t started it’s not too late to reach your goal. No matter how much money you don’t think you have left over each month, you can still find ways to save a couple of hundred bucks in the bank before the holidays begins.

/
Stress-Free Holiday Budgeting: 7 Ways to Save Starting Today

Financially Stress-Free Holidays? It's Possible... Get Started Today

Click through for 7 ways to save money for stress-free holiday spending...

Image source: MSVG

More on Babble

About Anna Newell Jones

annanewelljones

Anna Newell Jones

Anna Newell Jones is the creator of the personal finance, Spending Fast®, and frugal living blog, And Then We Saved. You might recognize her from SELF magazine, Psychology Today, Good Housekeeping, The Clark Howard Show, Dr. Drew, US News & World Report, MSN Money, The Chicago Tribune, and Yahoo Finance. Read bio and latest posts → Read Anna's latest posts →

« Go back to Work and Money

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Comments, together with personal information accompanying them, may be used on Babble.com and other Babble media platforms. Learn More.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *.

Previous Post Next Post

The Daily Babble