knowledgeable_pigeon and interesting_crab
There were some really brilliant entries this week and some sage advice was given! Our winners really stuck to the brief and kept their advice concise, focused on spending (rather than asking for presents) and aimed at a particular age group. Well done to knowledgeable_pigeon who gave ideas that included budgeting and saving, which were very sensible! We also enjoyed the suggestion for elderly people from ineresting_crab which explained that spending quality time with family is priceless. You can read the winning entries in the orange boxes below.
WEEKLY COMPETITION #15
People sometimes feel pressured at Christmas time to spend lots of money on presents. Shops and adverts can make people feel like they should spend more and more on their loved ones. Occasionally, this results in people making bad decisions about their money and spending more than they can afford.
This week, we'd like you to suggest
Concise Christmas Spending Advice!
Your advice should be
- Aimed at a certain age group: adults or young people
- Communicated clearly (which is the 'storytelling' skill)
- Concise. Keep it short but sweet!
This is the final competition related to the Financial Crisis. Winners will be announced next Friday. Good luck!