Tucked in the stocking?

Researchers show we’re spending more money on “doing things” instead of merely “things.”

Getting a haircut, picking up supper, or finishing a DIY project before the holidays might be more important than merely buying more stuff.

I wonder if the shift to buying experiences instead of things will be reflected in the number of presents kids find under the tree…of course, you can always wrap up a coupon for playing laser tag or seeing a children’s theater production.


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