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The Ultimate Guide Of Economical Christmas Drinks (Recipes) : The Grocery Game Challenge 2017 #2 Dec 11-17

DELICIOUS CHRISTMAS DRINKS FOR EVERYONE   Serving economical Christmas drinks during the holidays doesn’t mean they have to be non-alcoholic. You can offer an array of fancy frugal beverages to your guests by keeping it simple or jazzing them up with a shot of alcohol. Of course non-alcohol will always be cheaper than buying booze but if you want to offer drinks with a splash of buzz I have our top Christmas drinks picks for you. Recently I’ve had readers of this blog ask me if they should include Christmas drinks in their holiday budget planning and the answer is, yes. If it is money coming from your bank account you always include it in your budget. One problem that could arise is that hosting a Christmas party might be a last-minute arrangement. This means when you set your Christmas budget for the year you may or may not have considered hosting expenses. This is one of those cases of not being able to budget for all projected expenses. Related: The Ultimate Guide For Christmas Desserts When creating your yearly budget if you plan to factor in projected expenses for the what-if’s it could save you in the long run. […]

Extraordinary Co-workers Christmas Adopt A Family Story: The Saturday Weekend Review #244

IT’S AMAZING HOW THIS GROUP OF CO-WORKERS CAME TOGETHER TO ADOPT A FAMILY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON.   I’ve always wanted to learn more about the Christmas Adopt a Family program in Canada and when a Canadian Budget Binder fan mentioned that her company participates, I wanted to learn more. So far, I’ve learned that there are a multitude of Adopt a Family Christmas programs in just about every community across Canada. That’s amazing! There’s nothing and I mean nothing that feels better than giving during the holidays or any time of year. Mrs. CBB and I often reflect on how fortunate we are and often donate time or money to services in our community to help those in need. In Toronto alone there are over 5000 homeless people living on the streets hoping to get into a warm shelter this holiday season. On top of this there are families that are struggling to put food on the table and individuals that have no money or limited resources to get them on their feet. During the holiday season it’s terrible to be alone with no family or Christmas dinner and cheer to participate in. Some parents may feel sorrow because priorities […]

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