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Keep Frugal And Festive This Holiday Season

If you are like me, the holiday season means one thing. Essentially, that you’ll be spending a lot more than you intended. You don’t mean to, but things get out of hand. Buying gifts, for instance, can be a minefield of bills that you never saw coming. I know he’d love that, ooh but I’m sure he’d love that as well. Then there’s the tree, decorations, and even energy bills. Just think about how much it costs to light up your home like one massive Christmas tree. If you are struggling underneath the weight of festive bills, I’ve got some tips that should help.

Deals Are Delightful

There are plenty of deals on during the holiday season. There are some special prezzies that I want to see people open on Christmas day. But anything that’s not particularly important you can pick up in the New Year’s sales. This is when prices plummet, and you can pick up everything that you wanted to buy at Christmas at a much lower price. It’s absolutely fantastic, and I’m sure you’ll love the weight this takes off your bank balance.

Price Check

If you are buying gifts during the Christmas season, make sure you’re running price checks. You need to do everything you can to get the best deal on all your expensive gifts. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that all the places will be selling at the same price. They won’t be.

Save On Energy

Finally, there are lots of ways you can cut your energy bill down this season. For instance, you can get LED bulbs for your lights. These use less energy and are cheaper to light. But if you want to make a big change, you should consider getting solar panels. They are incredibly valuable for cutting back on energy costs. The infographic below shows exactly how they work.

Infographic produced by Semper Solaris


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