It's that time of year again when most people start to think about Christmas shopping. Usually beginning with a mental list of who you have to buy for and what your budget is. Or if you like to throw caution to the wind, you will solely think of who you have to buy for and what you'd like to get them. If you don't want to regret the December retail therapy, it makes sense to think through budget too.
To keep costs under control some families set limits when it comes to present giving. In our family only the children get presents. This means that the adults save a fortune on buying each other gifts, which let's face it, people don't always want or value. They do say that the real joy of Christmas is in the giving and I believe this to be true when it comes to presents for kiddies when you see the joy on their faces with the opening of new toys or treats. It must be said though that for a number of younger children the joy is very often just in the act of opening the presentsRead More »from The Best Christmas Presents Don't Have to Cost a Fortune