Why would you need to plan for Black Friday?
Well, unless you’re a millionaire, big spending days like Black Friday can be stressful. You’re sitting with your phone open and the deals are rolling in. You know you need one item – but before you can find that you get distracted by a shiny offer. Before you know what’s happening, you’ve ordered a new set of knives and an iphone.
Hmmm. It wasn’t meant to go like this.
But for thousands of people every year, that’s EXACTLY how it goes.
Want to take back control of your spending?
It’s hard to ignore the FOMO (fear of missing out) – that’s why you should download my Black Friday Badass guide.
You’ll follow the prompts to make the best decisions for you and keep track of your spending every step of the way.
There’s even a page to record which deals that you want to grab are limited time – only Black Friday or Cyber Monday for example.
Just get one of these
Can I recommend one small purchase for you? Get yourself a tape dispenser like this one. I know. It’s not a big, expensive item – but Christmas is right around the corner and imagine how much easier all that wrapping is gonna be when you’ve got this bad boy in your corner. That’s right. A lot easier.
It was my favorite purchase last year.
Take the guesswork out of your Black Friday buying this year
Anyway, you’re gonna love this guide or your money back. (It’s free.)
Once you go through it, you’ll be ready to FOMO-proof your spending, keep and eye on the things you really want and buy now for next spring to really get the most out of the bargains that are out there. If you need to buy it anyway, you may as well buy it on Black Friday and save a ton of money.
In short, you’ll buy the stuff you want, resist FOMO and end the weekend with cash still in your back account and a very self-satisfied smile on your face.
Who doesn’t want that?