disclosure: This post is sponsored by Walmart.

I have spent the weekend shopping.

And in AMAZING news?

For the first time in my life, I am on BUDGET and on time.

Y’all.

This never happens.

Never in the history of ever.

I think it’s all the online shopping and doing a little research and finding really good prices and being a little more organized then normal. And of course. There’s Walmart. If you’ve read this blog for more than a hot minute, you know I’m all about a Walmart find. I decorate my house with them and wear them and now?

I’m wrapping them up and putting them under the Christmas tree.

Here’s my 2020 Christmas budget gift guide.

Tech Gifts

  1. Home Theater Projector
  2. Phone and accessory sanitizer
  3. Wireless LED lamp
  4. Air Pods (with charging station)
  5. ihome mirror with bluetooth audio
  6. White noise sound machine

Gifts for Men

  1. Multi-purpose workbench
  2. 116 piece home repair tool set
  3. Shiatsu pillow massager
  4. Lenovo smart clock
  5. Emergency weather radio
  6. Four-piece plier and adjustable wrench set

Sports and game gifts

  1. Yoga mat
  2. Catan strategy game
  3. Sequence board game
  4. Portable blue tooth speaker
  5. Heads up game
  6. Codenames board game

Gifts for the cook

  1. Bakeware set
  2. Magnolia Table
  3. Cast iron skillet
  4. Measuring cup set
  5. Complete tool and gadget set
  6. KitchenAid Mixer

Just a few things to note for your shopping list:

  1. Walmart has free curbside pickup (not everything on list is available for Curbside pickup – no items over $300)
  2. You can get Same-Day Delivery for a small fee (There is unlimited free delivery for Walmart+ members (New)
  3. There’s free 2-day shipping on your order
  4. Make sure you order by Dec 23rd for curbside pickup or delivery
  5. Be sure and check out the interactive product demos on the website
  6. Walmart also now has a “Gift Finder” Tool that makes it easy to find the perfect gift

Here’s to an organized and easy Christmas season.

Here’s to budgets and staying on them.

Here’s to lists and checking them off.

Here’s to saving all the time and money and having enough left over for hot chocolate and a really good book.

We got this friends.

Truly.

May your shopping days be merry and bright.

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Comments

  1. Image for Nancy Martin Nancy Martin

    I LOVE your blog and you! I live in Oklahoma but coming to McKinney to enjoy your town square and wonderful town. I feel silly asking this as it isn't a design or decorating question, but could you recommend a couple of good places to eat? We don't need fancy, just good, enjoyable food and environment. Any suggestions?

  2. Image for Kellie Z Kellie Z

    If you want the 10.25 inch cast iron skillet to match the 12" listed here, it's only $14.88 today (11/30/20) at Walmart.

  3. Image for Carolyn Carolyn

    Great idea for presents. Although I don't shop or give out presents during the holiday, I do put up a small tree and hang garland and a wreath on the front of my house. Instead I give gifts all throughout the year to family, friends and neighbors. I see a need or even a small want and fill it. It is such a joy to give to others and to let them know they are loved and thought of not on one day, but truly throughout the year. Especially loved the girls ideas for teen gifts. Happy Holidays to you and your family. Many blessings.

  4. Image for Susan Nannemann Susan Nannemann

    Don't you have a couple of college age sons? Wish you would pick their brains for a gift guide. My 21 year old son is so hard to buy for.

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