A Budget For Every Occasion

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The holidays are coming up fast! Are you financially prepared? If not, don’t despair; there’s still time! If you’re feeling overwhelmed with everything that needs to be done, and how to pay for it, here are some ideas designed to give you peace of mind.

1. Make a To-Do List!

Just get a sheet of paper, or a notes app on your phone and start writing or typing away! Jot down everything that’s in your head, anything that’s causing you stress because it’s one more thing you’ve got to accomplish! If you need more organization, add deadlines for each and prioritize the list – whatever it takes to stop you from going over it again and again in your head!

2. Create your holiday budget!

Now that you know what needs to be done, it’s time to figure out what it’s going to cost. Whether you’re planning for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas, these budgets are proof that budgeting isn’t restrictive, but rather part of your planning process – to make sure you’ve got what you need, and give you time to go get it, if you don’t! Download the budget planners below to help you get started!

Halloween Budget Planner
Thanksgiving Budget Planner
Christmas Budget Planner

Now you know what needs to be done and how much it will cost, but if you’re not sure where the money’s coming from, you’re still going to be stressed. That’s why now is the perfect time to create your personal budget…one you can use all year long!

Once you’ve created your personal budget, you’ll know how much you can save for Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas!

Get started on your budget today with my 10-day Budget Challenge and 5-Step Budgeting Process! And if you’re looking for ways to save check out my blog post “10 Surprising Ways to Save Money!”

Happy Budgeting!

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