November 23, 2012
Just like Christmas, Black Friday starts earlier and earlier each year. Initially, this day started to help business get out of the red. Black Friday promises deals and shopping steals. Yet, lots of holiday sales and opportunities have already happened. Cyber Monday has been added to assist us living online. Items such as $3 smoothie blenders, $100 flat screen televisions, tablets and kids toys are getting free shipping even thought the supply is not equal to the demand. This year many merchants (hello, Walmart) have offered and "pushed" the layaway option. Coming out of any month in debt is not conducive to a healthy lifestyle, but the odds are against her with so many options to pay later.
I've found that many deals are being purchased by her for herself. She's gifting some and treating herself for a few reasons: she's caught up in the spirit of giving, the deal is too good to pass up, and she normally doesn't take this much time to shop for her needs. There are many signs and deals luring her to cheap designer goodies and items of worth. What does she really need? To know where the deals are, to find, buy and wrap them without going into debt. Whether she's toting along shopping bags, or a large credit bill, this holiday season is not without her own shopping highs and strains. Provide her with a musical massage today. Really, her shoulders could use it.
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