The biggest shopping days of the year are getting closer. You probably know at least one person who already has their shopping list set for Black Friday. Perhaps you are one of the many around the country who likes to get their holiday shopping done early. However, getting your shopping done on Black Friday can be a bit of a hassle. Think about it. You have to wake up early to arrive with the rest of the shoppers who are trying to do the same thing you are. It’s incredibly lucky to get everything you need at the mall, so the day will most likely include trips to multiple crowded stores. On top of this, there’s everyone’s favorite factor: traffic. Chances are you are not one of the very few odd people who enjoy bumper-to-bumper traffic jams.All of this can be avoided. You can still get your shopping done early and not have to deal with spending an entire day fighting through crowds and sitting in traffic. Take advantage of the deals you’ll find online on Cyber Monday. Seriously, you can get all of the shopping you would have done Friday out of the way early from the comfort of your own home. From a retail standpoint, Cyber Monday is quickly growing to become one of, if not, the biggest shopping days of the year. There’s a reason for this: consumers want to spend more time with their families on Thanksgiving weekend and not have to worry about shopping for Christmas right after finishing a delicious turkey dinner.Just think you can have all of your holiday shopping delivered right to your front door. Even though you (like most of the country) go back to work the Monday after Thanksgiving, chances are you can get a ton of shopping done online during your lunch break. And what you don’t finish during the work day, you can finish at home before you make dinner. Cyber Monday deals will be in abundance this year as retailers expect online shopping numbers to grow. Take advantage of the deals and the convenience of holiday shopping online and consider doing your shopping on Cyber Monday.