The Holiday’s will try to consume you this year, don’t let them! Hopoffthis.Com has the perfect game plan to make it through, Halloween, Thanksgiving and the most expensive but joyful of them all, Christmas.
First things first, Halloween is currently 10 days away. Don’t have a costume yet? No worries, The recycle method has worked for years. Take a costume from about two years ago and switch up the make-up or a minor piece like the shoes or the head piece, works like a charm to save a few dollars. You can also find some cool costumes at Halloween Meijer’s, yes I said it, Meijer’s. They have a large selection of Halloween costumes for children and adults ranging from about $25- $60 dollars. You can find everything from a cool batman costume to a sexy maid, pretty cool huh? Don’t forget you can still check the Spirit Halloween stores along with Party City. Both of these locations will have a wide range of Halloween costumes to fit any party attendance.
Now we move into Thanksgiving, which brings so many things to focus on, but the main is shopping and food. We always skip over the joys of thanksgiving because we are looking forward to Black Friday and racing to the finish line to get gifts for Christmas. We can really prepare for Thanksgiving by making sure you don’t over spend for the big turkey day. Make sure you speak with family and friends to find out who’s cooking what, may take some dishes out of your kitchen and you don’t have to make them. Look for deals on meat and dressing. The grocery stories will be filled with wild shoppers looking for the last can of Cranberry sauce so make sure you start your pricing and shopping early, you don’t want to get trapped in a world wind a couple of days before to lack of preparation. If you’re getting a ham from Honey Baked make sure you use the store locator and call before you go, make sure they have everything you need before you make the trip. The cool thing about the Honey Baked Ham website is, if you sign up for their news letter your get 10% off your first purchase. You can also shop online for your thanksgiving feast, How cool is that? Once you get your turkey day set, the next big day is Black Friday. This is the day we wait for, plan for and most importantly prep for. You have to have a serious game plan when shopping on Black Friday. Make sure you have the day off and if you don’t, make sure you check online to see if you can catch a Cyber Monday which usually occurs right after Black Friday. Having a shopping limit is important when looking for deals on Black Friday, this is the best way to try to get your Christmas shopping out the way. If you can get your list together and get what you need the top half of Thanksgiving will be filled with calm gift wrapping and warm hot chocolate instead of insane worrying about gifts and long lines.
Last but not least, Christmas will be a day of family, friends food and love. Of course we love the gifts but giving to others is always the heart warming part. If you took the tips to prepare you should successfully bought a tree the day after thanksgiving and your shopping should be all set by Black Friday. Make sure you start to think about your new year resolutions right after as well. The new year always brings great new goals and habits, try making a vision board prior to the ball drop to make sure you stay focused.
I hope you enjoy these survival tips for the holiday’s, never be unprepared in the holiday department again, it’s not worth it.
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