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Why You Should Plan 2020 Christmas Gifts During the Global Pandemic

In May, Business Insider reported that the United States Postal Service may be short on cash if the government does not act between now and fall 2020. So far, the government has not lifted a finger to figure our how we can mail our gifts and our votes for the General Election.

D'Vaughn
D'Vaughn

It may be wise to consider your 2020 holiday plans before winter hits you over the head.

Its not just because you want to be first in line for shiny new Playstation 5.  

Here are three main reasons why I think you should start planning and executing your 2020 Thanksgiving and Christmas plans right now:

Shipping is expected to be limited

In May 2020, Business Insider reported that the United States Postal Service may be short on cash if the government does not act between now and fall 2020.  

So far, the government has not lifted a finger to figure our how we can mail our gifts and our votes for the General Election.  What do you think will happen?  Send me an email:  host@centersun21.com

Doing his job
Photo by Maarten van den Heuvel / Unsplash

How do you know you will be able to travel?

The short answer is that you don't know what the future is going to be.  

If you are able to see your family now while everyone is free, then you should take the trip if you need.  

You don't want to miss an opportunity to see your grandma because you didn't think about the effects of the Coronavirus.


Photo by JESHOOTS.COM / Unsplash

Grocery store chains have been interrupted

So, if you have a deep freezer it may be wise to stock up now for your staples this winter (hams, turkey, and beef are likely going to be in short supply).  

Delish said earlier this year, that many people may not have the options they are used to, so keep an open mind.

Empty supermarket shelves due to stockpiling because of Corona Virus.
Photo by Martijn Baudoin / Unsplash

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