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Are You Hitting the Stores for Black Friday This Year?

How this holiday shopping frenzy came to be — and how it will be different this year.

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The Christmas shopping juggernaut is upon us. It kicks off with Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, and the day that is officially considered the first day of the Christmas season in the U.S.




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Rose Bak

Rose Bak

Rose Bak is a freelance writer, author and yoga teacher who lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit or follow @authorrosebak on social media.

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