Do you have traditions that you value? Today we discuss traditions of all types and whether they are worth the money. Also, we advise on how to keep the tradition without breaking your bank account. We welcome our regular contributors Paulette Perhach from The Writer Paulette, the one and only Len Penzo from Len Penzo dot Com, and the ever-smiling OG from this very podcast. Whether it’s finding creative alternatives to expensive gifts or rethinking the way you celebrate, we’ll provide tips and strategies for keeping your money traditions alive without going into debt.
At the midway point, Doug will give us some amazing trivia, and we will find out who starts our year-long trivia contest with a bang.
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Our Topic: Money Spending Traditions
How KFC became a Christmas tradition in Japan (CNN)
During our conversation, you’ll hear us mention:
- Decorating for holidays
- Family vacations
- Greeting cards
- Getting together at restaurants
- Holiday expenses
- Landscaping & gardening
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A big thanks to our contributors! You can check out more links for our guests below.
Big thanks to Paulette Perhach for joining us. To learn more about Paulette, visit thatwriterpaulette.com and powerhousewriters.com.
Visit Len Penzo dot Com for the off-beat personal finance blog for responsible people.
For more on OG and his firm’s page, click here.
Doug’s Game Show Trivia
- What year did the poem ‘Be his feirris he wald haue fukkit’ by W. Dunbar, appear?
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Written by: Tina Ichenberg
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