If you’re like me you want to know how to Dept-Proof Your Christmas. Imagine with me that you look back and your Christmas was the best yet. You think about the past few weeks leading up to it and smile. It really was how you imagined it could be and you feel joy and peace at knowing that you had the Christmas you intentionally planned for. Sounds great doesn’t it?
I love that Mary Hunt has written a book full of practical ideas as well as the inspiration we need to get ourselves in the mindset of a debt-free Christmas. Her book, titled Debt-Proof Your Christmas, is amazingly thorough on the subject of celebrating the holidays without breaking the bank. She shares inspiration for having the right mindsets and developing a plan for your Christmas spending. Mary doesn’t beat you up with past failure but rather encourages you that it’s never too late to start on a path towards a debt-free Christmas.
“You can decide right now that Christmas for you and your family will not be dictated by the retail industry, which has it’s sight set on your wallet and your wealth.”
Dept-Proof Your Christmas covers everything from budgeting, how to find great deals, homemade gifts, and holiday traditions to all kinds of creative gift ideas and even a section on holiday entertaining. This book is sure to help you find ways to cut back, be more creative and give more intentionally thought out gifts. I believe you will find it to be a very helpful book whether you are going into Christmas not sure how to make it all work or you are already on top of the budgeting and planning.
What are some of the ways you plan for a debt-free Christmas?
Available September 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
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