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Thursday, October 28, 2010

How to Have a Frugal Christmas

Every family needs to rethink their Christmas Celebrations. There is no need to sacrifice fun, fellowship, family and church time that we love about Christmas Holidays.

Think outside the box. Scour papers, community and church bulletin boards for all the Christmas activities for you and your family. Go to tree lightnings, craft how-to's, and community events. Do things as a family to concentrate on family time, NOT just receiving gifts.

Do something for a charity or your church. Ring a bell for Salvation Army, Collect money for a Christmas Light Display that is donated to charity, collect canned goods and staples for Community Services league. Serve at a homeless soup kitchen. Get away from the TV and do something as a family.

Read more: How to Have a Frugal Christmas | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4598884_have-frugal-christmas.html#ixzz13gLXxjsZ



Do something for a charity or your church. Ring a bell for Salvation Army, Collect money for a Christmas Light Display that is donated to charity, collect canned goods and staples for Community Services league. Serve at a homeless soup kitchen. Get away from the TV and do something as a family.
More resources:


http://www.ehow.com/how_2094820_dollar-christmas-party.html

http://www.ehow.com/how_2097748_not-go-debt-christmas.html

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