Monday, 15 February 2010

The Spending Year.

After Christmas (and New Year), spending in the UK might focus on the family holidays (in January). Then in February, as well as any spending for Chinese New Year, we are encouraged to spend on Valentine's Day. After a short break, comes Mothering Sunday and Easter. Things cool off for a few months, since we need to spend out on the previously booked Summer holidays. After school restarts, wait for Halloween, just in time for the run up to Christmas....

Did somebody plan the year with spending opportunities so carefully spaced out?

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