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5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by daewoorazer(m): 6:07am On Nov 07
1. Fix a budget:
This is the first step if you don’t want to start the new year with a deficit. This is what is gonna guide you through your expenses and engagements. It’s gonna limit your excesses and discipline your spending culture. The joy of Christmas and New year celebrations can be overwhelming, fix your budget now before you realize your account is on red!

2. Fix a day to host:
One thing we should know is while the general Christmas celebration is slated for 25th, it does not necessarily mean you must wine and dine with family and friends on same. You may choose anytime between the 25th December and 3rd of January. It’s a week long festivity, while actual dates will definitely be rough and super busy, choose a day to invite and share your gifts.

3. Select a theme and design:
It’s the right time to start designing your home. Jingles and adverts are already in the air and on social media. Spice it up by choosing the right color for the design of your rooms. If your room has shown just a design for the past 5 years, do well to throw things around and rearrange it. Let visitors feel the vibe, remember it comes but once in a year.

4. Buy your ‘buyables’ now:
The mistakes a lot of us make is the fact that the best time to shop for festivities is few days to D-day. This isn’t wrong in the actual sense, but all shades of wrong considering the financial implications. What would sell for 5,000NGN right now will sell for probably 7,000NGN in a month’s time. This is the best time to hit the market to buy your Christmas tree, decors, lights, even food (the non-perishable ones).
A quick hint on how to manage the perishable food items like tomatoes and its paraphernalia is finding a close and trustworthy market woman, pay in advance for whatever value you’d wish during Christmas and the New Year. At the end of the day, it wouldn’t matter if NLC strike makes food items costlier, you already made your deal!

5. Choose an outdoor event:
A family man should probably register at a resort center to ease off the year long stress with his family and Children. If your schedule is too tight to avail few days to spend in resort centers, choose a day to visit the cinema with your family. Remember, it comes but once in a year!

Be safe as we anticipate the Christmas and New year! Blessings!

Add yours

Source:
https://naijacomet.com/2018/11/07/5-tips-to-manage-your-christmas-festivities/

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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by CheapDataGuy: 6:49am On Nov 07
FCT shocked??

Coming back to modify
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by cooldipo(m): 6:51am On Nov 07
smiley just be yourself and don't over strategies a lot of functions lined up already.... Attend as many as your can


A lot of people want me to leave on Christmas and new year eve to travel for their function grin

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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by nony43(m): 6:51am On Nov 07
Number 4 is so true, buy your buyables now
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by moscobabs(m): 6:51am On Nov 07
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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by prezee1(m): 6:52am On Nov 07
okay
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Chizzychinny(f): 6:52am On Nov 07
Ok
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by MrRhymes101(m): 6:52am On Nov 07
6. Stop keeping side chicks... Wedding MC
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Dominiquez: 6:53am On Nov 07
If you want to travel with your car start fixing it now cos soon the mechanics will wake up from sleep.

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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by cooldipo(m): 6:54am On Nov 07
Thanks for sharing
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by ihollarmide(m): 6:54am On Nov 07
Issokay
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by sammirano: 6:55am On Nov 07
No 4 though..
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by divinelove(m): 6:56am On Nov 07
grin

What ever u do just remember that the longest and most difficult month of the year is waiting for you in January 2019.

Again 2nd term school fee is also waiting for u plus others.

Again DNT forget it's an election year and anything can happen if Buhari refuses to hand over to Atiku-obi when he will be defeated, so civil war is possible

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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Divay22(f): 7:01am On Nov 07
We that don't have anywhere to go.
We go Kukuma siddon house sad embarassed

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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by hightempo: 7:01am On Nov 07
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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by nathdim: 7:04am On Nov 07
daewoorazer:
1. Fix a budget:
This is the first step if you don’t want to start the new year with a deficit. This is what is gonna guide you through your expenses and engagements. It’s gonna limit your excesses and discipline your spending culture. The joy of Christmas and New year celebrations can be overwhelming, fix your budget now before you realize your account is on red!

2. Fix a day to host:
One thing we should know is while the general Christmas celebration is slated for 25th, it does not necessarily mean you must wine and dine with family and friends on same. You may choose anytime between the 25th December and 3rd of January. It’s a week long festivity, while actual dates will definitely be rough and super busy, choose a day to invite and share your gifts.

3. Select a theme and design:
It’s the right time to start designing your home. Jingles and adverts are already in the air and on social media. Spice it up by choosing the right color for the design of your rooms. If your room has shown just a design for the past 5 years, do well to throw things around and rearrange it. Let visitors feel the vibe, remember it comes but once in a year.

4. Buy your ‘buyables’ now:
The mistakes a lot of us make is the fact that the best time to shop for festivities is few days to D-day. This isn’t wrong in the actual sense, but all shades of wrong considering the financial implications. What would sell for 5,000NGN right now will sell for probably 7,000NGN in a month’s time. This is the best time to hit the market to buy your Christmas tree, decors, lights, even food (the non-perishable ones).
A quick hint on how to manage the perishable food items like tomatoes and its paraphernalia is finding a close and trustworthy market woman, pay in advance for whatever value you’d wish during Christmas and the New Year. At the end of the day, it wouldn’t matter if NLC strike makes food items costlier, you already made your deal!

5. Choose an outdoor event:
A family man should probably register at a resort center to ease off the year long stress with his family and Children. If your schedule is too tight to avail few days to spend in resort centers, choose a day to visit the cinema with your family. Remember, it comes but once in a year!

Be safe as we anticipate the Christmas and New year! Blessings!

Add yours

Source:
https://naijacomet.com/2018/11/07/5-tips-to-manage-your-christmas-festivities/


All your posts make sense
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Kennedy94(m): 7:06am On Nov 07
cool

Get your festive goods from China and ship through us at a cheaper shipping rate.check my siggy
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by encryptjay(m): 7:06am On Nov 07
Na to dey low key fa

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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by lonelydora: 7:10am On Nov 07
I don't miss my Christmas rice
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by dangoteinlaw: 7:12am On Nov 07
Dominiquez:
If you want to travel with your car start fixing it now cos soon the mechanics will wake up from sleep.
fix it now and the wear and tear still continues till Xmas grin there's no other way than to check Ur car 2-3days be4 traveling or at least for me. Unless offcourse maybe u have a second and 3rd ride cool
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by SuperStriker: 7:17am On Nov 07
Thank you. cheesy
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by magnificentbomzy(m): 7:20am On Nov 07
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Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Jaynom(m): 7:28am On Nov 07
Smh. We come dey celebrate Christ's Birthday for am on a Day that's not even his birthday. People go borrow money so they can FEEL AMONG & Keep up appearance Funny thing is you see more of SANTA CLAUS than Jesus.

Let me give you one Christmas tip
(1) Christmas is not necessary. It is not important. DON'T KILL YOURSELF . Shalom!
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Noel1: 7:37am On Nov 07
At least wait for Chriatmas na undecided
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by Adekunleideology(m): 9:00am On Nov 07
Divay22:
We that don't have anywhere to go.
We go Kukuma siddon house sad embarassed


I like your siggy.

wink
Re: 5 Tips To Managing Your Christmas Festivities! by seunadeolu(m): 9:18am On Nov 07
Divay22:
We that don't have anywhere to go.
We go Kukuma siddon house sad embarassed
Come spend am with me grin cool

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