Thrifty Christmas Thoughts and Ideas

Today, I’m sharing some thrifty Christmas thoughts.


thrifty christmas thoughts


Thrifty Christmas thoughts – a round up

For my 5 frugal things this week I want to direct you to some money-saving Christmas posts I have written that may really help you out idf you are looking to have a Christmas on a budget


Thrifty Christmas thinking

How to save money on the actual day! ways to save money on Christmas day

Plus how to manage your kids expectations


Thrifty Christmas Thoughts – vlogging

Have  a little watch of my how to have a thrifty Christmas vlog 


Thrifty Christmas bumper tips

Have a read of my 15  Thrifty Christmas tips post


Thrifty Christmas Thoughts on  Home

Come and see how to prepare your home for  the festive season on a budget

and lastly if you are totally out of present inspiration  why not make find some free Christmas gift ideas including our easy shortbread recipe or  how to make snowman bath bombs?


thrifty christmas thoughts


I would love you to share your thrifty Christmas thoughts with me in the comments below


Frugal things I have done this week

Me? Well I have saved money this week by keeping it super simple – a coffee with friends instead of lunch, second hand book buying off amazon instead of new,  making do with an old dress rather than buying a new one, putting practical things on my Christmas wish list, watching a few Christmas movies on Netflix and saying no to the pantomime (costs a fortune!) I have been trying to make some savings and struggling a little. I’ve been wondering too… are men better savers than women – what do you think?


The Fabulously Frugal Things I’ve Done This Week Linky rules:

We’d love you to join in with us by sharing what frugal and thrifty things you’ve been up to this week – whether it’s an Instagram picture (#5frugalthings), a blog post or even a video. Just add your link to the linky at the bottom of this post.

You don’t have to share five things you’ve done, anything thrifty or frugal that you’ve been doing is perfect.

We’d like to make this a great little community linky so it would be brilliant if you could comment on a couple of the other blog posts linked up. We’ll make sure that we comment on all posts and if you have a Pinterest friendly image then we’ll Pin your post to one of our boards too.



How to say I can't afforfd that, saying no can save you money

Please let your readers know that you’re linking up with us by adding a little line to the bottom of your post like this one: I’m linking up with Cass Emma and Becky in this week’s Five Fabulously Frugal things I’ve done this week linky.


Over to you for your thrifty Christmas thoughts and ideas

Do you have any ideas or Thrifty Christmas thoughts – if you do please share them with me in the comments below


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