The holiday shopping season is well underway with many stores offering sales all month leading up to Black Friday. With the pandemic continuing to impact everyone, many stores are trying to drive online sales and keep people at home as much as possible.
Holiday shopping can be stressful and a major cause of debt if you aren’t smart about how you approach it. Here are 5 easy ways I’ve found to shop this holiday season that will help you stay on track and actually save money.
I’ve easily saved over $5,000 in the past 5 years by using these tips and hopefully, I’ve helped you think a bit more strategically when it comes to holiday shopping and Black Friday this year. It all starts with budgeting, using credit cards smarter, doing research, and finding ways to save a little more each time.
2021 is right around the corner. Right now I’m helping clients create their money goals and plans for next year, but it’s not too late for you.
If you’ve been suffering this year from poor money habits, drowning in debt, not saving or investing enough, and want to gain clarity and confidence over your finances, I’d love to chat.
As a financial coach, I have helped hundreds of people get out of debt, save more, and transform their relationship with money.
I will help you create a system that builds the right money habits to enable you to achieve your financial goals and financial freedom. Everyone’s situation is unique so you’ll get personalized coaching tailored to your specific needs. I guarantee that you’ll leave feeling confident about your financial future and in control of your money!
If you’re interested, please schedule a free consult on my website and we can see if we are a good fit for each other. You can also email me with any questions at email@example.com.