Christmas on a Budget

Christmas on a Budget

The holiday season can be a stressful season when you are trying to stay on a budget. Kids In The House interviewed parenting experts writer Shiva Rose and author Tsh Oxenreider to help parents plan and prepare for Christmas on a budget.

Shiva Rose encourages parents to put together homemade decorations in order to save on money. Her family cuts out snowflakes every year and puts lights behind them to create a beautiful winter ambiance in their home.

Tsh Oxenreider says budgeting for Christmas is a yearlong preparation.

“We take the total amount that we want to spend, divide it by 12, and save that amount of money every month,” Oxenreider says.

These experts agree that budgeting for the holidays is possible as long as you have a plan. It is also something you do as a family especially with your kids. Keeping them as a part of the process with help them have realistic expectations as to what to expect.

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