Enjoy a Stress-Free Cyber Monday

Holiday shopping is all too often a stressful experience, whether you hit the Black Friday sales at the mall, brave the weekend crowds at the local big box store, or wait until the last minute.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Online shopping is comparatively mellow. You can take your time, comparison shop right from your easy chair or office, and get the perfect gifts shipped to you, often for free!

The day that has come to be known as “Cyber Monday” takes place the first Monday after Thanksgiving, and many online retailers offer great deals, not only that day, but throughout the holiday season and right up to the big day.

My favorite place to shop online is probably Amazon, which offers an amazing variety of products, including electronics, clothing, sporting goods, toys and games, and, of course, books.

Personally, I’m intrigued by the new Kindle Devices, which are not only the world’s most popular e-readers, but have evolved into table computers and even gaming devices. I don’t have one yet, but am powerfully tempted (hint-hint for any family members reading this!).

Amazon offers a whole week of savings in honor of Cyber Monday, and the great deals continue right up to Christmas, and well beyond.

Hint: If you want to make it easy for others to shop for you, set up your own wishlist with the products you’d most like to recieve, via Amazon’s Gifting Page, and don’t forget to send the link to your friends and family!

Finally, if you’re really stumped for a gift (or just, as many of us are, lazy), Shop Amazon’s Gift Cards, which can be used anytime, and are available in nearly any amount.

Disclosure: RSI-Relief.com is an Amazon affiliate. When you shop at Amazon, by clicking through one of the links listed here, and make a purchase, we’ll earn a small commission. If you do so, thanks! Amazon sales help to keep this valuable web site online, and encourages fresh content and frequent updates!

Happy holidays!

Randy Rasa

Randy is an engineer/programmer/web designer who has suffered from repetitive strain injury off and on for over a decade.

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