Planning for the Holidays at Home

Updated: Oct 11, 2018


In this episode of the Dreamerʼs Financial Playbook, weʼre getting ready for the holiday season starting at home (we’ll cover the business next week). We’re talking about the four key questions that you should be asking now to prepare your family for the holidays and even digging into the expenses that should be covered in your budgets so we don’t have any credit card bills coming to haunt us in January.


Oh, and to make life easier, we’ve added the core questions and expenses below!


CORE QUESTIONS TO ASK

  • What traditions does your family, friends, employer and religious organizations have?

  • How do those traditions effect my spending?

  • How do those traditions effect my time?

  • How do those traditions effect my business and work?


HOLIDAY SPENDING TO CONSIDER

  • Halloween: Costumes, Candy, Trick-or-Treat Buckets, Decorations, Babysitters, Halloween parties (school, church, company, etc.)

  • Thanksgiving: Travel + hotel costs, Additional food + drinks, Decorations, Thanksgiving celebrations (school, church, company, etc.)

  • Christmas: Gifts, Travel + hotel costs, Additional food + drinks, Decorations, Babysitters, Christmas parties (school, church, company, etc.)

  • New Years Eve: Travel + hotel costs, Additional food + drinks, Babysitters

Tiana B. Clewis


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