With summer winding down, school is on the way--and so are rock-bottom prices on back-to-school needs!
During late summer, office supply stores engage in penny price wars, while discount stores bring racks of school supplies front and center ... and cheap!
Back-to-school loss leaders--products sold below cost to attract sales--are hot and heavy in the supermarkets these days--and even the crafts stores offer a variety of binders, stickers and backpacks at sharply reduced prices.
Have you heard about Christmas pocket planners? Handmade from scrapbooking paper and a simple pocket file folder, these little holiday planners are inexpensive, creative and just plain fun! ~New! 2016 Calendar now updated!
The pocket planner concept is sweeping the scrapbooking and rubber stamping world, but there's always been one thing missing: a set of printable forms for Christmas organizing.
Created in greyscale, forms are printed three-to-the-page. Trimmed after printing, they'll take your Christmas pocket planner to a whole new level.
We've included our site's most popular forms--gift lists, menu planners and shopping lists. Don't miss our calendar/to-do list page: to make it easy to give, we've included calendars for the Autumn season.
Think "Christmas" ... in July? Sure, if you want to make it an all-cash holiday!
Holiday spending can be hard on the pocketbook--and bought on credit, "Christmas Day" can stretch into the new year for weeks or months.
Ease the Christmas cash crunch with creative ways to save money for Christmas! Financial institutions offer dedicated Christmas clubs for the disciplined, but savvy holiday planners have found other ways to accumulate cash for holiday spending.
When making a shopping list, group items according to the layout of your supermarket. Organizing your list to match the store's layout saves time and speeds you out the door. Get started with this free printable: