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Stop your money worries this holiday season with this three-month Christmas savings challenge printable to help you save up for gifts and enjoying yourself with plenty of time.
It may seem a bit too early to be thinking about Christmas right now, but before you know it, Christmas decorations and chocolates will start appearing on the shelves, the same old Christmas songs will be playing on the radio, and that magical holiday feeling will be bubbling up inside you!
A huge part of frugal living is simply being prepared and putting your money to use sensibly.
Christmas Money Saving Chart
This three-month Christmas money saving chart makes it really easy to stick to a savings plan and slowly filter money into a Christmas savings fund so that by the time the holiday season rolls around, you’ve got a nice amount of cash saved away specifically for gifts, decorations, and enjoying the festive season.
Want to start even earlier?
Just follow this Christmas money savings chart from the beginning of any month in the same saving pattern – if you start 6 months ahead of Christmas (July), you could save up to $600 by December!
Other Christmas posts you should check out:
Christmas can be a stressful time of year for many people – what should be a time of year for spending time with your loved ones can easily turn into a mountain of money worries, with many people going into debt in order to buy gifts every single year.
These posts have some useful suggestions for ways to keep costs down while still enjoying the holiday season.
- 20 Christmas Traditions To Try With Your Family This Year
- How To Have A Frugal Christmas Without Losing The Fun!
- How To Make Your Own Christmas Gin Gifts
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