Christmas on a budget

All of my favorite resources for staying on budget this holiday season!

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FREE Printable Family Holiday Budget Planner

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12 page Budget Planner includes:

  • Cover Page

  • Overview Holiday Budget

  • Savings Plan

  • Gift Budget

  • Card List

  • Charity Budget

  • Travel Budget

  • Decorating Budget

  • Food Budget

  • Activities Budget

  • November Calendar

  • December Calendar

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Spending money while you’re on a debt-free journey or just simply living on a budget can be a touchy subject! And it seems that the Holiday Seasons only amplify the anti-shopping talk all over social media.

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