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Budget friendly tips for hosting a holiday party


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The holiday season is right around the corner, and between parties, family dinners and buying gifts, many people are left feeling stressed– especially those hosting holiday events.

But there are small things you can do to help ease the pressure of hosting, and help your guests enjoy themselves.

  1. Use scent to enhance your home. Scents like fresh cinnamon, pine or ginger will add some extra magic that your guests will love.
  2. Always have an extra gift on hand. You never know when unexpected guests may drop by, so having something neutral and suitable for a variety of recipients will be helpful. These small gifts are a great way to use up any rewards points you may have, such as Walmart Reward Dollars.
  3. Play cheerful festive music to get your guests in the holiday mood.

By following these budget-friendly tips, you can enjoy your holiday party to the fullest.

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The holiday season is right around the corner, and between parties, family dinners and buying gifts, many people are left feeling stressed– especially those hosting holiday events. But there are small things you can do...


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