At first you don’t notice it. It’s vague, and it lays in the back of your mind like the name of that song you can’t quite remember. But as the month goes by, it grows larger and larger with each passing day and each purchase you make. By the time Christmas arrives, you can’t enjoy the experience because you’re overwhelmed by what lies ahead.

Regret. It’s that feeling you get when you’ve spent money you didn’t have to buy gifts that others didn’t need. You fell into the age-old trap of believing that the amount you spend on a present measures how much you love the people in your life, and now you’re paying the consequences.

I get it. I’ve been there. Learn from my mistakes instead of repeating them! Check out this podcast—I’ll tell you how to avoid the Christmas shopping hangover. I’ll also give you my Christmas Top 10 list and share stories from people just like you who are winning with money.

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