I can hardly believe it, friends, but, um, since yesterday was Purim, we all know what that means, right?
Just one more month until Pesach.
(Deep breaths, deep breaths.)
As you unpack your mishloach manot, I encourage you to “unpack” one other package — the hang-ups or concerns you may have over your family’s finances this Pesach.
Based on the volume of emails I’ve gotten from readers over the past few weeks, it seems like the finances of Passover are foremost on many minds.
Maybe you, too, are wondering:
What is a reasonable amount of money to budget for Pesach?
How much does it cost to host a seder at your home?
What is the best way to save on Passover expenses?
How do you cut expenses for Passover without compromising quality (or kashrut)?
Over the next several days, I will be addressing each of these questions in-depth, with the aim of equipping you with the tools you need to plan an affordable Pesach for your family.
If you can’t wait for this series of posts, let me suggest that you get started by looking back on some of the posts I’ve written in years past about Passover budgeting, including:
- April Budget: How Passover Affects Our Budgeting
- My Family’s Frugal Passover Menu
- How to Shop for Passover on a Budget
- On Passover Bondage and Credit Card Debt
Do you have any questions about budgeting for Passover? Please, feel free to contact me – I’d love to help!