I was just reading an article about the sneaky little ways stores try to get you to spend your hard earned money. You would be amazed at the amount of time and research that goes into "neuromarketing."
All you ever here about is the great savings you can get if you brave the crowds and go shopping on Black Friday, but according to Forbes and Savings.com Black Friday is not the best time to save on line or in the stores.
I was driving home from work on Friday and saw Christmas lights and my friend thought was "ALREADY! Come one!" Then I went to some of the different stores around the area and found Christmas decorations already up all over the place
The hell with the Top 5 New Year's resolutions - no one ends up coming through on those anyway. I might as well give you the ones that I put on the top of the list but end up moving their way down within about 30 days. Just keepin' it real
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