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Take an Autumn Break without Blowing your Christmas Budget

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Going on holiday in the autumn, in the run-up to Christmas no less, you must think we’re mad. We’re an average-income family and with two kids to buy presents for at Christmas, the holiday season is easily the most expensive time of the year for us. And while we’ve never been ones for spending unnecessary amounts of money, we don’t believe in missing out on having fun in the autumn just because Christmas is coming up. Read More »Take an Autumn Break without Blowing your Christmas Budget