Christmas Tips

Hi Everyone, it’s Claire, and I’m back with some tips to help you during this busy holiday season. Holiday shopping can be stressful, so I’m here to help you manage your time, money, and budget.
My first tip is to make sure you wait until the day before you plan on giving your gift to go shopping. Nothing says “thoughtful and prepared” like a last minute crappy gift. Make sure you leave the price tag on the gift for the full effect.
The second tip I have is to overspend all your money on one person and buy terrible gifts for the rest of your family. If you have a budget that you need to stay under, make sure you spend a large chunk of that money on your sister, and gift the rest of the family stale peppermint bark like the thoughtful family member you are.
The third tip is to make sure you go into your holiday shopping blindly, without any idea of what you might want to buy your family members. Be careful not to pay any attention to their interests or hobbies, and pay no mind to their favorite color or pattern. In fact, your best bet is to go with a fabric or print that they hate.
My final tip is to make sure you carry a negative attitude throughout your holiday gift giving experience. Frown at any employee who kindly greets you at the Nordstrom door, and grumble about how much money you’re wasting on “stupid gifts” for your annoying brother. Gift giving should NOT be fun or happy, so do not be generous. After all, you have nothing to thank your family and friends for.

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