Friday Night Links Holiday Edition is about family and friends! Retailers may not agree with me since their focus is selling a lot of things! Family and friends are always important in my life, but this time of year it is particularly important. Holidays were the times for vacations and getting together with friends. It still is!
It starts with my wife decorating the house. Chanukah and all the holidays form family traditions. Food is an important part of the traditions. Everything is celebrated through food. We celebrate the holidays and bring the family together. For nearly forty (40) years, we keep a tradition of going to our friend’s home for Christmas Eve for dinner to exchange gifts. As a family, we go to the movies on Christmas Day and have a big dinner. Holidays are great times to come together and enjoy the family and friends. Happy Holidays to all of you.
Family and friends and Friday Night Links should be enjoyed! This makes a good segue to today’s picks for Friday Night Links.
The following articles caught my attention:
Figuring Money Out – Financial Doer or Dreamer
Financially Consumed – Think Out Of The Box And Make More Money
Fiscal Fizzle – The Best Video You Will Watch This Year
Frugal Confessions – Homemade Holiday Gifts That Won’t Collect Dust Part II
Get Rich Slowly – Finding the Perfect Gift
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I read more than five hundred (500) articles a week and I highlight just five (5) in my Friday Night Links. Thank you for joining me and reading Friday Night Links Holiday Edition.
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