It's November already, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. While hosting a family dinner or get-together can be fun, it can get pricey. We have a few tips for you to help make sure that your memorable Thanksgiving doesn't break the bank.
Here are some tips for an inexpensive, relaxed, and memorable Thanksgiving Day:
The time to start shopping for Thanksgiving dinner is now. In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving, you'll be seeing sales and coupons for many traditional Thanksgiving foods. Clip those coupons and match them with sales to get the best deals.
Focus on Relationships
Make your focus on Thanksgiving Day about spending time with family and enjoying each other's company. Participate in traditions that build your family and your relationships, yet don't cost you an arm and a leg.
Start Family Traditions
Another Insurance Agent friend of mine has a family Thanksgiving tradition called a Thanksgiving journal that I think is really cool. Each year, everyone who attends Thanksgiving dinner at his house has to write down what they're thankful for in the journal. He says that it's fun to look back and remember the things they were thankful for in years past. Consider starting a family tradition of your own that will make the holidays memorable.
With these suggestions, you can have an inexpensive Thanksgiving that you'll remember fondly for many years to come.