The jack-o-lanterns have been replaced by pilgrims, turkeys and cornucopias. That can only mean one thing; the holidays, like it or not, have arrived. And while this season provides all sorts of holiday magic, it also requires fighting parking lots, long lines and scouring empty shelves; or at least it used to. More people than ever before will be shopping from their laptops, tablets and phones this year. In fact, according to Forrester Research, consumers are expected to spend $89 billion online this holiday season, a 13% increase over 2013. This could potentially be a record breaking shopping season.