Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Avoid Holiday Debt

This could totally be too late for some of you, but I thought I'd send along some tips on how to avoid holiday debt anyway. If the damage has already been done, hey there's always next year. (But really, how bad is it?) I'm actually A-OK this year. My secret? I didn't buy a damn thing. Hooray for Christmas spirit!

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8 comments:

  1. I didn't buy too much this year, either. But I never let myself buy Christmas presents with credit cards anyway. I set a budget and pay cash for everything. Keeps me from going overboard.

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  2. I barely had any money to buy anything with... I did send people "real" cards snail mail... to show that I was thinking about them this holiday - it didn't seem like much or very satisfying until I sat back and realized I did the best I could.

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  3. HA! I haven't spent one red cent :D

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  4. I just don't spend what I don't have - it is that simple.

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  5. Ha! I totally need to try this next year! =D

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  6. I don't even own a credit card. I have a debit card connected to my bank, but no money, no card access... That way, no debt! I also started making some presents this year, which made buying stuff that bit cheaper, because I made the gifts throughout the year, and had at least one less thing to buy for each person.

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