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Holidays and Parties
Advice and ideas on having a frugal Christmas.
31 Total Articles
"Home for the Holidays" Christmas Parade Float Ideas
Christmas is the 'Season of Giving'
Celebrating the Weekend After Christmas
Sending Audio Christmas Greetings
Frugal Christmas Tips
Making Christmas Memories
Enjoying the Holidays
Giving Christmas Gifts to Neighbors
Tips For Mailing Holiday Goodies
Name for Preschool Christmas Musical
Pre-lit Christmas Tree Assembly Instructions
Helping Others at Christmas
Christmas Charities And Gift Advice
Caring for a Christmas Tree
Recycling a Christmas Tree
Reducing Stress at Christmas
The Family Christmas List
Favors for Church Christmas Dinner
What is This Christmas Song?
Alternatives to a Christmas Tree
Painting Artificial Christmas Tree White
Give Love Instead of Presents This Year
Delegate Christmas Responsibilities
How Can Santa Come If I Have No Money?
Christmas Card Tree
Small Items to Send to Troops
The Best Christmas Movies and TV Specials
The Reason For The Season
Twelve Days of Christ Ideas for a Boy
Congratulate Yourself After The Holidays
A Holiday Recipe
"Twas the Day After Christmas"
Twas the day after Christmas when all through the mall, not a shopper was stirring, they had all hit the wall. The stockings were empty, the trees were all bare, in hopes that the Visa bill, wouldn't be there.
Fun and Frugal Family Holiday Activities
This holiday it won't take money to create great family memories. There are so many family activities that can be done for less. So, forget about the expensive Martha Stewart decorations and the Rockettes on Broadway. Instead, pull together some real family memories.
After Christmas Eco-Savings
You spent months calculating and saving on the perfect Christmas gifts. Now, it's time to save a little after Christmas. Other than the usual after Christmas sales, think about environmental savings.
My Son's Christmas Memories
A couple of years ago, when the latest recession hit, I asked my then 21 year old son, who was home for Christmas, what his favourite Christmas gifts were when he was a child.
How To Afford Your Child's Wish List
I have two boys that look forward to that magical Christmas season. They understand all about receiving and opening gifts, maybe too well. The wish list gets longer and more expensive every year.
Eight Ways To Have A Greener Christmas
Here are some great tips on having a planet friendly Christmas. You can reduce your carbon footprint a lot by using just one of these ideas. We also need to think about changing our habits. Going green can save you a lot of money.
Dealing With Christmas Stress
I'm struggling to find a way to cancel Christmas. I'm going on 75 and already dreading the holidays. I do all the work, cooking, cleaning, and decorating. I live with my adult son and right after Thanksgiving he asks me when the tree is going up. He want to bring back childhood memories, but doesn't want to help.
Christmas Photo Clothing Ideas for Siblings
I need ideas for clothing for a Christmas photo for my brothers, aged 11 and 9 months. Any ideas?
Buying Your First Christmas Tree and Decorations
Can someone give me advice on how to buy a Christmas tree, ornaments, lights?
When Do You Stop Giving Christmas Gifts to Adult Nieces and Nephews?
At what point is it reasonable to stop giving Christmas gifts to adult nephews and nieces? When they marry? Have children of their own? Turn 25?
Need Ideas for an Advent Calendar
Any ideas on how to make a homemade advent calender? I want to make one my daughter can keep for a couple of years. I am open to it being made out of about anything cloth, wood, etc.
I'm looking for your best advice for having a stress free holiday. It can be cooking, party planning, traveling, or gift giving. This information is for a magazine article and I will quote you. Thanks.
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