During the past few years, I've found that Black Friday usually only involves major chains. So I've basically narrowed down most of my Black Friday shopping down to Walmart. It's just too much of a pain in the neck for me to spend all day hitting store after store and I've found that I can get most of the goods I'm looking for from there.

Last year I was able to pick up clothes, jewelry, baby gear, toys, music, books, electronics, home items, furniture, health or beauty essentials, movies, video games and sports equipment all from Walmart. Obviously, this diversity in goods brings about many more consumers and the place is pretty packed, but it's worth the time saved from not having to drive out to individual specialty stores. Since they leaked the ads early this year, I've pretty much already planned out which aisles I'll go through and in what order.

I went with my husband in prior years, but I'll probably make the trek without him this year so that my husband won't have to take the day off. My eldest daughter has offered to come with me, but I'd rather have her be at home to watch over the other kids. I'll probably only be gone for a few hours, but I plan on setting my home security alarm from www.Securitychoice.com either way just to be safe.

The article written by Joann Golden


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