Oct 11, 2021
Halloween is fast approaching. For many, that marks the beginning of the end-of-year holidays – Thanksgiving, Christmas and other December celebrations, and New Year’s Eve. Kansas State University family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss (kish) retailers want us to be thinking about the holidays. She says they’re already starting to stock holiday merchandise, so this a really good time to plan ahead, think about how you’d like to celebrate this year and then determine how much your budget can handle.
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