Our last item this hour, viewing more items from RedBubble.
One year, the way the snow rounded everything, I had to take some photos! One of them created a design with this snowstar in it's center! I had to snip that out by itself! What do you enjoy about the snow? (no snarky or sarcastic answers)
Snowflake Snow Star Shower Curtain: https://www.redbubble.com/i/shower-curtain/Snowflake-snow-star-by-songdove/72779427.YH6LW
This is the last shopping post today. Come back tomorrow for more shopping ideas in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Tomorrow will feature items from S.M.A.R.T. coaching, FACT Computer Services, Songdove Books, and Spoonflower. Hope to see you back!
For Americans, tomorrow is Thanksgiving. We Canadians already celebrated it back in October. Remember what I said at the end of last week: Friday this week is Black Friday! Rather than make it a mad dash all about materialism and the stress of gift buying, rushing around to stores and going into debt, what if you thought carefully about each person that was at your Thanksgiving Table the day before, and what you could get that would fit into your budget for each person's Christmas gift without touching your credit card? Can you do it? Most places want credit card or paypal or stripe online, but if the money is in your bank account to immediately send to your card for prompt payment, there will be no additional interest to pay on your card in December or January. BUT. . . you'll need to be creative!
With fuel prices going up, shopping from home is the most expedient this year, not to mention the least stressful and you could even make a game of it with your household as you all pull out your laptops in the living room or around the table, and see who can do their shopping without blurting out what they intend to gift wrap for someone else in the room! Appreciation at a lower dollar point is far better than the stress of how you'll pay down unnecessary debt in 2022! Are you game? Will you accept the Challenge?