If your motivation is to at least keep up with the Joneses by showering the kids with more toys, electronics, clothing and other stuff than they’ll ever need, it may be time to hit the brakes and re-examine your spending motivations.
If your motivation is to at least keep up with the Joneses by showering the kids with more toys, electronics, clothing and other stuff than they’ll ever need, it may be time to hit the brakes and re-examine your spending motivations. Zbigniew Bzdak TNS
If your motivation is to at least keep up with the Joneses by showering the kids with more toys, electronics, clothing and other stuff than they’ll ever need, it may be time to hit the brakes and re-examine your spending motivations. Zbigniew Bzdak TNS

At gift time, there’s a better way than outspending and outdoing

December 19, 2014 12:00 AM

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