Thrifty Things To Do This Week – Start On Your Stocking Fillers
Week 1 – October 30th, 2017
And, because Christmas is now less than two months away, what better thing to make than fillers for Christmas Stockings? Ah… Christmas Stockings. I love them so much I wrote a whole post about them – click here to read why I think they are an essential for every thrifty family. They are, after all, just the weekly habit of treating yourself taken to a slight extreme.
The cost can add up, though – alarmingly quickly. So why not make some of this year’s fillers yourself? Take a look at 5 Ways To Make DIY Stocking Fillers When You Have No DIY Skills to see how easy it is.
I will be back next week with a fresh thrifty habits planner, a snack recipe that is child’s play to make and some more advice to help you fill your kid’s stockings without emptying your bank account.
Free, Downloadable Thrifty Habits Planner To Keep You On Track
So, you want to get into the habit of spending less without putting in more effort? You need something to remind you what to do and when, so you don’t have to keep thinking about it. The Thrifty Habits Planner is a simple tool to help you do just that. Use it to pencil in which thrifty things you plan to do this week and to pin yourself down to when you plan to do them. If you take control this way at the start of the week, you are far more likely to have stuck to your plan by the end of the week. Sticking your plan up somewhere you will see it every day helps you to stay on track too.
Take time at the end of the week to give yourself a little treat as a reward for your thrifty efforts. Little splurges will actually help you to stay thrifty – read this to find out how.