Staying Focused on Your Finances During The Holidays
Are you prepared for the holidays? I’m not talking about home trimmings or festive wreaths. Let’s prepare for the long term financial repercussions of this wonderful time of year. Not before long the ghosts and goblins will be clearanced out of shops and all things harvest and holiday will be on display.
Let’s not be cynical, this is a joyous time of year. Nonetheless, it can turn into a stressful time of year if we are not careful with our spending. There is always heavy pressure from retailers and media to spend, spend, spend! That is why a realistic plan needs to be prepared for the holidays and followed cautiously. With PCS you don’t have to fret, we are your holiday readiness source. PCS will gladly help you prepare and or review your budget for the holidays. It will pay off, literally.
This season try adopting some new traditions. Like spending time and not money. You can do this by opting for DIY options. Your family will be grateful and so will your bank account. Spend time crafting one of a kind gifts and holiday decor that are priceless and not pricy. Keep in mind the memories you will cherish from this holiday season will be those you create, not purchase. If spending does somehow get out of hand, PCS can get you back on track. Were just a call away, (636) 209-4481.
Here are some helpful links for traditions you can adopt durning the holidays:
1.) Spend less during the holidays by making Homemade Holiday Crafts: http://www.coco29.com/easy-fall- crafts-for-kids-to-make/#_a5y_p=5849235
2.) Spend less during the holidays by making your own gifts. Here are 25 Creative Gift ideas For Family and Friends: http://diybuddy.co/diy-homemade- gifts-for- christmas/
3.) Spend less by making your own Homemade Party Trays and Charcuterie Boards: http://www.anunblurredlady.com/2017/06/20-charcuterie- boards-that- are-party-goals.html/
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