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Now that it’s December and we have got all of the Autumn birthday celebrations out of the way I can finally start to concentrate on Christmas preparations. This year we have a full house again with 14 guests! I have been desperately trying to get our house into some sort of order before the big day, it’s taking much longer than I anticipated. I’ve been selling off anything that we no longer want or use to make a bit of extra cash and make some extra room.
Thrifty Christmas Tree
I have already started decorating the house with all of our Christmas bits and pieces. The new tree has gone up and actually fits in the space that I intended it too which was a concern and now a relief. I was sent the tree last year for a Thrifty Christmas Trees review post but I received it in January so haven’t had a chance to have a look at it properly until now. The tree was from a company called Christmas Tree World and they hold a massive tree sale in January so if you think you may need a new tree for next year do have a look on their site in the new year.
Thrifty Christmas Shopping
I’m being very smart with our buying this year by making the most out of loyalty cards and discount & cashback sites. Wherever possible I have been using my Kidstart account to purchase goods online which all adds ups. One of my aims for next year is to remember to use Kidstart every time we shop throughout the entire year and then see how much we made at the end.
Thrifty Christmas Blogging
I have also been taking full advantage of blogging opportunities to get gifts for people like these personalised stocking stuffers. It used to annoy me that family members never showed an interest in my blog but actually it now works in my favour as they don’t see the posts before I give the gifts to them, which is great!
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