Making Gratitude The Main Course

If you’re stressing out about all the cash you’ll have to spend on Black Friday, Cyber Monday and over the next few weeks for holiday gifts, take a deep breath and relax.

Many shoppers approach their family gift-buying in a way that they can be sure their family has the best, most extravagant gifts in the neighborhood.

The holidays are not a time to show your neighbors how much new stuff you can buy, or to try to show up your neighbors by showing off.

Instead, make Gratitude the main course of your Thanksgiving Day.

Being grateful for what we have will protect us from wasting time and money trying to keep up with the Joneses.

And will carry through to the New Year, enabling you to manage your money in a way that makes it easy to save, to pay off debt, and still have the things you can’t do without.

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