How to Decline a Pushy Invitation From Black Friday Step One: Write a letter. Be firm and sarcastic. Step Two: Just for sport, go ahead and close a credit card today. I’m gonna. Sharing Is Caring:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Thanks. : )
I know some people live for black friday and the “bargains” that are so good that they can spend more money than they make. I refuse to herded, just like I refuse to capitalize “black friday”.
Love it. I’d close a credit card if I had any to close! YEAH! HOW YA LIKE ME NOW, BLACK FRIDAY!
Also, another one of my fave bloggers is taking it a step further!
What do you think?
Kudos for not having any cards to close, friend! Closing one on Black Friday was bittersweet for me. I doubt this particular monstrosity of a bank receives many of THOSE calls on the busiest shopping day of the year…LOL!
I love zen habits – always innovative and inspiring. During the holidays we focus our energy on our loved ones by showering them with love instead of stuff. It’s the way to go.
A “cheap and creative” holiday post is on the schedule…stay tuned.
Woo hoo! I’m joining this party. Goodbye credit cards! 🙂
I gave up the credit card addiction a couple of years ago, they became bad for my health! lol Now I tell myself if I don’t have the cash in my pocket then I can’t buy, other than our debit cards… It makes life much easier with less sleepless nights 🙂
That’s awesome, Claire! Credit cards are no good. We’ve been recovering from our twenties for some time. Almost have them all paid off…almost. : )