Grow: Regifting takes some finesse. Make sure you get it right

Gift-giving is expensive. The average American is expected to spend about $630 on gifts this season—the bulk of a $1,000-plus total holiday budget. To add insult to injury, a lot of times people don’t even like the gifts we spend our hard-earned money on.

According to one 2017 survey, more than half of Americans receive at least one unwanted gift each holiday, a fact that does not make me any more thrilled to buy my great aunt’s Hanukkah present.

Thankfully, there’s a happy medium between spending loads of cash on gifts and being a total Scrooge: regifting. Yes, I mean taking a gift originally given to you and giving it to someone else—while pretending you bought it specifically for them.

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