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Happy holidays everyone! Yes, it is that most wonderful time of the year when you plan your finances around gifts, food, holiday essentials, and all of that, and if you are in Nigeria, or anywhere in the world for that matter, you will definitely be in a position of tight finances as you spend during this season and wait impatiently for your next salary at the end of January.
Well, you need to know that you don’t have to spend so much on the holidays then stay broke while you wait to get paid. There is always a better way to do these things, and that goes for shopping for the holidays, whether it is for gifts or for the home.
What to get for who is always a big question in this season. (It is also a big question on birthdays, anniversaries, and special moments like Valentine’s, but let’s not think about that now). How expensive does the gift have to be? Must you get that thing they like the most, no matter how expensive it is? Do you even have to get a gift at all, especially when they will just get you candles and soap?
Well, this season is the season of giving, of sharing. The nice thing to do would be to get a gift but do so within whatever room your finances have given you. So,
Shopping during the holidays is a very tricky business. We have Black Friday. We have Cyber Monday. We have ridiculous Christmas discounts that are too tantalizing to ignore. And we forget that after all is said and done, there is still life after this season. So, when shopping (be it online or at the brick-and-mortar store):
Spend wisely these holidays and enjoy a stress-free January.
Disclaimer: The information in this article is not intended to encourage any lifestyle changes without careful consideration and consultation with a qualified professional. This article is for reference purposes only, is generic in nature, is not intended as individual advice and is not financial or legal advice.