holiday shopping tips
Retail experts tell HuffPost Live how to best navigate the onslaught of holiday sales.
So if you visit a retailer's site and aren't impressed with its current promotion, "wait and watch for something better if
With only four shopping days left until Christmas, many people are preparing to brace the crowds to get those last minute
The damage done by overbuying is usually what lingers and chokes out the joy we may have gotten from buying the items in the first place. Can we be saved from our impulse buying insanity?
Full disclosure: Dr. Orbuch said that the best holiday gift she received from her husband was a handwritten sonnet. Whatever
In response to this time of heavy consumerism, nonprofits proposed Giving Tuesday, which asks people to consider giving to organizations that are addressing critical social issues.
A lot of people these days blame credit cards for the national debt crisis, but really credit cards can be used to save a whole lot of money, especially during extreme shopping situations, like the holidays. If you use a credit card properly, it can even help you make a little extra holiday cash through rewards and perks.
Believe it or not, Christmas Eve is three months away. Consider yourself warned. This year, don't let procrastination invade your holiday. If you start planning and shopping now, it may very well be possible to get through the holidays debt-free.
2. Go Homemade Whether it's baked, knit, or scrapbooked, any gift you make yourself not only feels meaningful to the recipient