Black Friday is here! While it’s not Friday yet, Black Friday sales have already started. I shopped online for rain boots a few days ago and bought a pair on sale in what the company called a Black Friday sale. It wasn’t even close to Friday yet!
You’re guaranteed at least two things after Thanksgiving dinner: Black Friday sales and lots of leftovers. You can skip the sales, but you may be stuck with the leftovers. That brings to mind the question of what you’re supposed to do with them. Do you want to eat the same Thanksgiving meal for days on end?
This time of year is all about the holidays. There’s no shortage of articles on how to save money on gift shopping and the best gifts to buy every person you know. But since it’s Thanksgiving and in the spirit of frugal living, I wanted to write about something else: gratitude. That’s what Thanksgiving is all about, right?
Every year, the Christmas shopping season creeps up earlier and earlier. Just the other day, I heard that JCPenny will open at 2 PM on Thanksgiving Day and their online sales prices will start four days before that. Kmart will open at 6 AM on Thanksgiving Day and remain until 10 PM that night.Where has Thanksgiving gone?