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Financial Management Part 2: Christmas: A gift of love

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It's not the end of the world if you are not be prepared for Christmas. The sooner you accept this fact, the sooner you can start planning on what can be given for Christmas. Make your list and check it twice, because what you create will also be nice.
It's not the end of the world if you are not be prepared for Christmas. The sooner you accept this fact, the sooner you can start planning on what can be given for Christmas. Make your list and check it twice, because what you create will also be nice.

Have you ever considered a labor of love gift? How many friends would like a CD you may have made yourself? How many friends like your cakes, cookies and pies? Do you have a new dessert that you haven't shared with others? A labor of love gift takes time to make. You make a decision about what to make for that special someone. You significantly reduce the cost but will spend twice the time. You can introduce the concept to your children.

Christmas gifts do not have to be purchased from the store. You can learn how to package and wrap your special items so they will be presented with professional flare.

Set aside the time to create your gifts. You are teaching your children skills such as planning, time management, creativity, product display and communication. You will be sharing quality time with your children. It may give you an opportunity to talk and discuss other relevant issues that need to be addressed.

When you teach by doing, the lesson learned is better appreciated. Your labor of love will not only make your friends happy, but will teach your family about working together. This represents basic fundamental information you should know. Learn how to actively manage your accounts. All graduating seniors entering the work force need this book.

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