Customer Monitoring

  • Shop your pantry.
  • For a few weeks ahead of Christmas use up all the food in your pantry and save some of that cash for the Christmas grocery bills. Of course, continue to buy the fresh stuff like milk and bread.
  • Talk to your partner, parents, friends and kids to set their expectations ahead of time.
  • Don’t waste money on things that have little value like trinkets and tokens. Instead opt for experiences. They are proven to bring more joy through the lead up and planning, the actual event, and the memories made.
  • Don’t forget that a good nights’ sleep can help you control your purchases. When we are sleep deprived, we are more likely to focus on the positive sides of spending – and we fail to see the negatives. Get some sleep and make better decisions with your money.