This year has been unlike any other, and we expect this year’s Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Giving Tuesday, and Cyber Monday to be equally as different as the rest of the year. Some companies have started doing sales as early as the first week in November while others are waiting until Thanksgiving Day. If you have been hesitant to participate in Black Friday in years past due to the crowds, chaos, and mania that ensues, then this year is the time to try it out since it is all mostly online. We are here to help you navigate the online deals like a pro.
This holiday season is going to look drastically different from those of previous years and huge family gatherings will most likely need to adapt to the current state of the world. Since the coronavirus is still a threat, we want to make sure you are enjoying the holidays as safely as possible. We have compiled a list of recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) so you can feel more informed about how to stay happy, healthy, and jolly.