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Nov 25, 2019 in 

The holiday season is just around the corner.

Book a session with an Online Life Coach and learn how to save during this period.

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According to research from the National Retail Federation, Americans are spending more during the holidays than ever before. In fact, one-third of the U.S. population is expected to spend more than $1,000 on Christmas gifts alone. That’s not including decorations, meals, parties, and other holiday events! 

Not to fear—here are some holiday saving tips that are perfect for those moments when the Black Friday sales are calling or when you’re tempted to buy just one more strand of lights for your front yard’s winter wonderland.

Reconsider your traditions.

Family traditions don’t have to come to a screeching halt when you’re low on cash for the holidays. Emphasize less expensive holiday activities such as playing outside in the snow, watching a favorite film with a mug of hot chocolate, or getting creative with themed crafts and baking projects. Besides, spending quality time with loved ones is the most important aspect of these traditions, anyway!

Work with a list.

Santa has the right idea! By keeping a list on hand during your holiday shopping trips, you’ll make it easier on yourself to purchase only the necessities and to reduce the chances of grabbing last-minute impulse purchases. Plus, keeping a list will keep you tidy and organized so that no gift is forgotten.

Track your expenses.

It always helps to put things in perspective, especially when the holiday season makes it so easy to buy just a small treat here and another treat there. The truth of the matter is that those frivolous purchases will add up more quickly than you think, and before you know it, your budget is blown. Avoid the stress of overspending by totaling your expenses after each purchase and using the numbers to evaluate further buys.

Book a session with an Online Life Coach.

Many people have found saving success via online life coaching. Life Coaches are trained Experts who will meet online with you at your convenience and can give you the inside scoop about holiday money-saving tips. They can guide you through the process of planning a budget and identifying problem areas in your spending habits when you’re learning how to save money during the holidays.

Ready for the money-saving holidays? Plan ahead and start saving early by contacting an online life coach today and signing up for your first session. The holidays are right around the corner, and those tempting sales won’t wait for anyone. Browse through our list of Online Life Coaches now and book a session!

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