THE HOLIDAY season doesn’t always have to be about buying, spending & gifts. There are LOTS of ways to have a good time without breaking the bank. AND ways to give meaningful gifts to your loved ones without crying over your credit card balance. SO I’m sharing 12 ways to save this holiday season so you can make the season bright AND keep some of that bread in your wallet.
IF you’re anything like me, maybe you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping just yet. I started festive December off right last weekend at Lily Mack Farm, a local Christmas tree farm in Dracut, MA with a festive shop overflowing with wreaths, gifts, love, decor & more. OR MAYBE you haven’t finished your Hanukkah shopping yet (better get to it). Instead of heading to the mall, why not a trip to your favorite local shop? Support small business & shop local this season.
Merry Christmas, happy holidays, and I hope you had a lovely hanukah. Last night in true festive fashion, I threw on these green velvet joggers that I found at T J Maxx. They’re so comfy & wearing velvet pants gives me serious 90’s vibes. It was a wonderful Christmas Eve seeing family & it’s a white Christmas here in New England this morning.
I have one more post this year on don’t give a jam & then bring on 2018! I hope you all loved blogmas as much as I did.
Hope you’re all having a wonderful day and a very merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas Eve, hope it’s a lovely one. That’s me on santa’s lap & I’m wishing that sweater still fit me, so festive! Every year at this party the adults picked one guy from our family to dress up as santa & give out gifts. I remember trying to figure out who had left the party & guessing who was dressed as santa. Since it’s Christmas Eve I thought it’d be fun to share some throwbacks from Christmas Eves of the past.